BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) - It's one of the last times James Gandolfini performed. But chances are it will never see the light of day. An HBO executive says it's unimaginable the network will air the pilot Gandolfini shot for a show called "Criminal Justice." In the show, an adaptation of a BBC series, the late actor played a low-rent New York City attorney. Gandolfini died of a heart attack last month in Italy. HBO programming chief Michael Lombardo says he can't imagine airing the pilot, knowing Gandolfini won't be doing any other episodes. Lombardo doesn't say what the future of "Criminal Justice" will be - but says it's being restructured as a miniseries. Gandolfini had two other movies - "Animal Rescue" and "Enough Said" - done but unreleased at the time of his death.