A high-stakes, dramatic and violent show set in New Jersey ends its season tonight -- and no, it's not The Real Housewives.
Have you been seeking out a show that strikes a balance between The Godfather or The Sopranos and Deadwood? Well, look no further. This well-crafted, high-end HBO drama is for you. Filled with lots of booze, violence, swearing, sex and some politics, this really is what HBO does best. To make it better, it is from Sopranos scribe Terence Winter and producer Martin Scorsese, which is quite the impressive pedigree.
What better way to celebrate the anniversary of the end of prohibition than to watch the season finale of this show about prohibition? Seems totally fitting. And drinking while watching it seems like it can only make it more fun, since this show isn't exactly as consistently riveting as I'd hoped.