Time: Sunday, September 9 at 9/8c
Channel: Showtime
Stream Online: Showtime.com, Showtime Anytime or fuboTV (try for free; Showtime add-on package available)

Shameless is back on Showtime at summer's end for Season 9, including the show's landmark 100th episode. The dark dramedy stars Emmy Rossum as Fiona Gallagher and William H. Macy as her father Frank. She's still looking to get ahead in this world, while he's still trying to scheme his way to riches on Chicago's South Side. This time Frank tries helping Mo White (Dan Lauria), a disgraced ex-Congressman who is campaigning for office again. Meanwhile, Debbie (Emma Kenney) is fighting against harassment and for equal pay at work, and Lip (Jeremy Allen White) is trying to help young Xan (Scarlet Spencer), who's been abandoned by her family.

At the end of the previous season, Ian (Cameron Monaghan) had been arrested, and now he's going to face the consequences of his actions at the Gay Jesus movement. Fiona makes what may be her biggest gamble yet, trying to build on her previous successes. Carl (Ethan Cutkosky) has returned to military school, and is thinking about a future which could lead him to West Point. Kevin (Steve Howey) and Veronica (Shanola Hampton) are trying to transform their bar, The Alibi, while continuing to raise the twins. Liam (Christian Isaiah) has to learn some new skills. And Ashley Romans joins the cast this season as Alex, a tough construction worker with a big secret.

You'll get to see the ninth season starting on the ninth day of the ninth month, at nine at night! That's right, Shameless Season 9 is returning to Showtime on Sunday, September 9th, at 9/8c. If you miss it that night, you can use your cable TV login to catch it at Showtime.com or via the Showtime Anytime app. If you don't have cable television, you can subscribe to the fuboTV streaming service, which has over 100 channels available, and a free 7-day trial period. While you're there, you can purchase an add-on package with 9 different Showtime channels.

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