Firewall & Iceberg, Episode 298: ‘Hand of God,’ ‘Hannibal’ & ‘The Sopranos’ finale

alan-sepinwall
Senior Television Writer
09.01.15 27 Comments

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Happy Tuesday, boys and girls! I'm on vacation but Dan and I recorded today's Firewall & Iceberg Podcast last week. We talk about a new Amazon series, look at what's the end of Bryan Fuller's “Hannibal” (at least this phase of it), and in our penultimate series finale rewind, we have the pleasure of discussing “Made in America,” the end of “The Sopranos.”

(Note: The “Hannibal” discussion was recorded before I interviewed Fuller, so our take on the very final scene was not informed by what he had to say about it.)

Our final finale for this project: “Goodbye, Farewell and Amen” from “M*A*S*H,” which is on Netflix.

The rundown:

“Hand of God” (00:01:20 – 00:14:55)
Listener Mail – Showrunners (00:15:05 – 00:23:45)
Listener Mail – How “Lost” would do today (00:23:55 – 00:31:15)
Listener Mail – TV about Teens (00:31:15 – 00:35:05)
“Hannibal” finale (00:35:10 – 00:59:55)
“The Sopranos” finale (00:59:55 – 01:23:20)

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