It’s season five at Showtime’s “Shameless” and while all the Gallaghers have their romantic ups and downs, Ian Gallagher (Cameron Monaghan) is at a big point in his life when, as we saw at the end of last season, it was revealed that he probably has the same bipolar disorder that his mother has. [And starting […]
Coming up right after the holiday season is what those in ‘the biz’ like to call ‘Awards Season.’ Practically the minute the New Years ball drops, we launch in the People’s Choice Awards (January 7th, CBS) and the Writers Guild Awards (February 14th) are notable award shows but two of the biggest are the Golden Globes […]
Bill Porter, the door-to-door salesman in Portland, Ore., who was portrayed by William H. Macy in an Emmy-winning TV movie, has died at 81.
Sam Rockwell stars in the new indie thriller “A Single Shot,” which is now available with XFINITY On Demand before it comes to theaters.
Money is always a problem for the Gallagher family and in Season 3 of “Shameless,” things are just as fiscally on the edge as ever. As usual, the responsibility for trying to keep the family from becoming homeless falls on Fiona’s (Emmy Rossum) shoulders, so she heads out into the job market. To date, Fiona […]
On “Shameless,” William H. Macy plays the world’s most deadbeat dad. He stars as Frank Gallagher, a boozy, shiftless grifter whose brood of six mix-and-match offspring (do any of them share the same mother?) care for one another and, by necessity, him. The oldest daughter, Fiona (played by Emmy Rossum), is the family’s de facto […]
The trials and tribulations of the Gallagher family will continue when the third season of “Shameless” premieres next January — and XfinityTV.com has a sneak peek at what lies ahead for the brazen clan. Add “Shameless” to Your Queue Series star William H. Macy, who plays raging alcoholic Frank Gallagher, joked with XfinityTV.com at a […]
Here’s an assignment for the screenwriters behind “Shameless” and its eye-popping stories: Discuss what the heck you’ve wrought, and how.
Showtime has renewed its entire current Sunday night slate. Newcomer “House of Lies” will be back for a second season; “Shameless” will return for a third; and Hank Moody’s indiscretions will continue to be chronicled in the sixth season of “Californication.”
“Shameless” has plumbed the depths of suicide, alcoholism, drug addiction, and a slew of other dark topics. Now the Showtime series is going darker with a storyline about euthanasia.