Justin Chatwin, Emmy Rossum
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's Shamelessseason finale. Read at your own risk!]
Amidst all the death on television right now, Shameless did the unexpected by resurrecting a seemingly dead character during Sunday's season finale.
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They're rude. They're crude. And they've got attitude. Dysfunctional families are all the rage on TV, but the Gallaghers of Showtime's Shameless manage to top them all. This libertine clan from the south side of Chicago is always behind on the bills and one step ahead of the law, but somehow — in their fourth season of chaos and calamity — they're still holding it together. Barely. TV Guide Magazine sat down with the stars who play the three eldest Gallagher kids — Emmy Rossum (Fiona), Jeremy Allen White (Lip) and Cameron Monaghan (Ian) — to talk about sex, drugs and...family values....
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Jeffrey Dean Morgan has landed a guest-starring role on Shameless, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The Grey's Anatomy alum will...
When Shameless returns to Showtime on Jan. 12, not only has Fiona (Emmy Rossum) settled in to her full-time sales job, but she's also now dating her boss, Mike. "Life is...
Shameless is saying goodbye to one of its own. During a panel event held at the Television Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Tuesday night, showrunner John Wells confirmed Justin Chatwin will not return as a series regular in Season 4 and did, in fact, die at the end of last season.
Fiona and Steve Jimmy may finally be together, but Shameless' most shameless couple will hit a rough patch this season when they realize that living on the straight and narrow may be too boring.
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But that's the least of Fiona's worries this year, since there may not be a family for Fiona (Emmy Rossum) and Jimmy (Justin Chatwin) to take care of. TVGuide.com hit the set of the Showtime series to grill Rossum on what's in store this season, like why turkey basters are involved. Read below to find out!
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NATALIE: We know that the flashbacks lead to Regina enacting the curse, but coming trips to the past may surprise you. "We're going to show you some things in our world that you didn't even think were an option," executive producer Edward Kitsis says. Will we see flashbacks to other lands — say, Oz? Kitsis remains coy. "[They'll] center on our characters, but in surprising ways."
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ADAM: Like basically everything else on this show, that day is "a little way down the road." Lily, on the other hand, might be considering a career switch...
As the resourceful but hard-partying eldest Gallagher child Fiona on Showtime's Shameless, Emmy Rossum has had to film more than her fair share of sex scenes. So how does she really feel about baring it all in the front of the camera, and subsequently, in front of the world?
"The first time, I had a couple beers," Rossum says on the latest episode of Rove LA, airing Saturday at midnight/11c on TV Guide Network. "But then...
Bradley Whitford has landed a guest-starring gig in Shameless.
The Emmy-winning actor will appear in two episodes of Shameless' third season as...
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Showtime series Shameless, Californication and House of Lies will return to the airwaves on Sunday, Jan. 13, the cable network announced Monday.