HBO quietly released the first official overview Tuesday for the latest season of "The Sopranos."

"New challenges abound for Tony Soprano as his life grows increasingly complicated," a release announcing the show's sixth season stated.

"Now that he and Carmela are back together, they must face the reality that their kids are no longer children, but not yet grown. And with [New York mob boss] Johnny Sack in prison, the always-tense relations between the New Jersey and New York families are strained even further."

New episodes of the show, last seen in 2004, ended with Tony stumbling away through the snow as cops arrested Johnny Sack.

The new season kicks off March 12.