Emmy flashback video: 10 years ago, ‘The Sopranos’ took its final bow [WATCH]

Can you believe it’s been 10 years since “The Sopranos” took its final bow at the Emmys? In the memorable flashback from the 2007 Emmy ceremony (watch the video above), the entire cast of the HBO mob drama came out on stage following a performance by The Jersey Boys. The titular family, played by James Gandolfini, Edie Falco, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Robert Iler, smiled and waved at the adoring crowd along with more than 20 cast members.

The Emmy moment gives an emotional gut-punch when watched a decade later, knowing that Gandolfiini would pass away due to a heart attack in 2013. But he leaves behind an enduring legacy, as his character of Tony Soprano will no doubt be watched for many generations to come. “The Sopranos” is frequently listed among the best TV shows of all time, including at IMDb where it’s currently #11.

Nowhere was “The Sopranos” more acclaimed than at the Emmy Awards, where it won 21 trophies from a whopping 112 nominations, including Best Drama Series in 2004 and 2007. Despite the show coming on strong with fans and critics in 1999, it infamously didn’t win the top prize until its fifth season. Sound familiar? The same thing happened with current HBO hit “Game of Thrones,” which recently won Best Drama Series for Seasons 5 and 6. (See every Best Drama Series Emmy winner in our photo gallery below.)

Here is the list of all 21 Emmy victories for “The Sopranos.” Note that Gandolfini and Falco each won three trophies apiece as the iconic lead characters, and that the show won Best Drama Writing six different times, an Emmy record that may never be broken.

Season 1 (1999)
Best Drama Actress for Edie Falco as Carmela Soprano
Best Drama Writing for David Chase and James Manos
Best Drama Casting
Best Single-Camera Picture Editing

Season 2 (2000)
Best Drama Actor for James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano

Season 3 (2001)
Best Drama Actor for James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano
Best Drama Actress for Edie Falco as Carmela Soprano
Best Drama Writing for Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green
Best Makeup for a Series

Season 4 (2003)
Best Drama Actor for James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano
Best Drama Actress for Edie Falco as Carmela Soprano
Best Drama Supporting Actor for Joe Pantoliano as Ralph Cifaretto
Best Drama Writing for Mitchell Burgess, David Chase and Robin Green

Season 5 (2004)
Best Drama Series
Best Drama Supporting Actor for Michael Imperioli as Christopher Moltisanti
Best Drama Supporting Actress for Drea de Matteo as Adriana La Cerva
Best Drama Writing for Terence Winter

Season 6, Part 1 (2006)
Best Drama Writing for Terence Winter

Season 6, Part 2 (2007)
Best Drama Series
Best Drama Writing for David Chase
Best Drama Directing for Alan Taylor

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