Running from 1999 to 2007, The Sopranos is considered by many to be one of the greatest American television dramas ever created.

Not only did it win countless awards, it also ingratiated itself fully into popular culture and became the defining crime series of its generation. Featuring a cast of predominantly Italian-American actors, The Sopranos crackled with authenticity and was regularly praised for its frank portrayal of depression with regards to James Gandolfini's character, Tony Soprano.

As well as this, the show also featured some of the best one-liners and often had a blackly funny streak running through the series. With a prequel movie on the way set in the Newark Riots of the '60s and Alan Taylor returning to direct, the story of the Soprano family may not be over just yet.

So, how well do you remember it all? We've got fifteen questions and made them particularly hard, so let us know your scores!