Showtime Renews 'Shameless' for 11th, and Final, Season

Brenda Watkins
January 13, 2020

"Although we are sad to say goodbye to the Gallaghers, we can no longer trust the ability of showrunner John Wells, his writing team and this great cast to bring our series to the right" shameless "conclusion". Returning cast members include William H. Macy (aka Frank), Jeremy Allen White (Lip), Kate Miner (Tami), Cameron Monaghan (Ian), Noel Fisher (Mickey), Emma Kenney (Debbie), Ethan Cutkosky (Carl), Christian Isaiah (Liam), Shanola Hampton (V) and Steve Howey (Kev). Created by Paul Abbott, the series is produced by Bonanza Productions in association with John Wells Productions and Warner Bros. John wells He also returns as executive producer. The new series is ditching 19th-century London in favor of 1938 Los Angeles and will feature characters inspired by Mexican-American folklore.

Shameless: Who stars in the hit series? This has now been confirmed by the network with the announcement the show will be coming back for an 11th and final outing - here's everything revealed about the decision. Levine and Winograde didn't talk to the departure of lead actor Jason Mitchell, however did expose a brand new trailer.

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Showtime may be gearing as much as unlock a number of nonfiction tasks. The debut date was not immediately announced. He also revealed "Kingdom of Silence" an upcoming Alex Gibney documentary that will center on the relationship between Saudi Arabia and the United States. Gibney's documentary will emphasize the destabilizing facet of Saudi Arabia's assassination of Washington Submit journalist Jamal Khashoggi. "Love Fraud" will focal point at the ladies Smith conned and their quest for revenge.

Showtime's morning TCA announcements were rounded out with an exclusive in-the-room trailer for "Your Honor", a Bryan Cranston-led legal drama based on the Israeli drama "Kvodo".

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