Prepare to feel old. The Sopranos is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its initial premiere this year. You can’t celebrate such a momentous anniversary of the #1 television show of all time (according to Rolling Stone) with just any old throwback–but you should totally go back and rewatch it because it’s on both Prime Video and HBO GO–which is why TV critics Alan Sepinwall and Matt Zoller Seitz set out to create the kind of book that would really delve into the legacy of the show. The Sopranos Sessions is an almost five-hundred page tome that breaks down every single episode of the show with a collection of recaps, conversations, critical essays and even long-form interviews with the creator David Chase. The renowned authors, both of whom worked for Tony Soprano’s hometown paper the New Jersey Star-Ledger when the show came out, leave no stone unturned in their examination of everything about the show from the artistry to the themes.