Apr 07, 2013 09:00 PMTV Network - Showtime
Why is it so good to watch people do bad? Does it make us a bad person to enjoy this sort of thing? We think that if this were a reality series, it might be bad of us to enjoy this, but it isn't, it's a scripted series--a scripted series that will return with a new season next year--so it's probably okay. "Shameless," based on the British original series, stars (amongst others) William H Macy and Emmy Rossum and is sure to end the season with a few fireworks... maybe even actual fireworks, we wouldn't dare to guess.
Apr 08, 2013
Lip is close to graduating from high school and is eager to celebrate the achievement; Fiona and the family prepare a surprise party for Lip; Frank wins a bet and utilizes the winnings to take Lip out for an evening of father and son time.
Mar 09, 2013
Fiona is forced to make a bold decision knowing that Frank is the real source of her problems, so in order to protect her children's future she attempts to get a full-time job and a residence; Debbie and Carl deal with their foster homes situations.
Jan 13, 2013TV Network - Showtime
Based on a show from some other country (England), this Showtime series stars William H. Macy of many a film fame and Emmy Rossum and a whole bunch of other people as a family known as the Gallaghers. Now, this family isn't exactly what you and I would expect of a family, but families do come in all shapes and sizes, so we probably shouldn't be judging. Who cares if this particular family is... shameless (for lack of a better word)? Plus, just to be clear, this is a TV family we're talking about, their differences are sometimes accentuated for dramatic effect. Watch and you'll see what we mean.
Jan 08, 2012TV Network - Showtime
Dysfunctional families are nothing new on television, but there's always something slightly more enjoyable about a dysfunctional family as portrayed on premium cable television. Why, do you think, is that? Is it the ability for the producers to make the dysfunctions more dysfunctional? Is it the fact that they're able to use more language? Honestly, we don't quite know what the cause is, but we highly recommend you take a gander at this dysfunctional family -- it may be a cliche, but "Shameless" totally puts the 'fun' in dysfunctional.