By Katie Atkinson
July 01, 2013 at 05:56 PM EDT
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In honor of the late James Gandolfini, HBO announced plans Monday to offer every season of The Sopranos on HBO On Demand for one month each, starting with season 1 in July and season 2 in August. HBO will also replay Alive Day Memories: Home From Iraq, the 2007 documentary executive-produced by Gandolfini, on the Fourth of July.

Gandolfini, who died June 19 of a heart attack at age 51, was laid to rest last week at a Manhattan funeral attended by Alec Baldwin, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and nearly every actor who appeared on The Sopranos over its six-season run. Sopranos creator David Chase delivered a eulogy at the service.

“Your talent is that you can take in the immensity of humankind and the universe and shine it back out to the rest of us like a huge, bright light,” Chase said. “And I believe that only a pure soul, like a child, could do that really well. And that was you.”

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