Emmy Rossum and William H. Macy
Shameless, House of Lies and Calfornication have all been picked up for new seasons, Showtime announced Wednesday.
"These three shows are clearly resonating with audiences as evidenced by their steady growth on Sunday nights," said David Nevins, Showtime's president of entertainment. "We are extremely pleased with the creative work being done by the casts, producers and writers — and I so appreciate that each of these series has such a clear and distinctive voice."
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Shameless, in its second season, is Showtime's No. 2 rated show (Dexter holds the No.1 spot). William H. Macy stars in the drama as a working-class father of a Chicago family. Emmy Rossum plays his daughter who keeps the home together while Macy's character is out gallivanting and drinking.
House of Lies, starring Don Cheadle, debuted on Jan. 8 as the network's second highest-rated freshman premiere. The dark comedy follows Cheadle's character, Marty Kaan, a management consultant who will stop at nothing to get business deals done.
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Californication, renewed for a sixth season, stars David Duchovny as Hank Moody, a self-involved novelist who struggles to raise his teenage daughter, while trying win back his ex-girlfriend (and the mother of his child).
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