‘Shameless’ Finale: 11 Essential Episodes As the Gallaghers Bid Farewell

After 11 seasons of drinking, drugging, sex, and petty crime, it’s last call for “Shameless.”. The Showtime series wraps up its run on April 11, ending the saga of the Gallaghers, a family of dreamers, strugglers, and grifters whose life on the margins provided so much memorable television. “Shameless” was also one of the rare shows to depict blue collar life in all its complexity. Well, to be fair the Gallaghers weren’t so much blue collar as no collar.

Is ‘Shameless’ Season 11 Leaving The Door Open For Spin-Offs?

It’s been a hell of a ride but Shameless is finally coming to an end tonight and some fans wonder if the network is leaving the door open for potential spin-offs. Is this really curtains for the Gallagher family? Or, is there an opening somewhere for us to further explore more character-specific storylines?

‘Shameless’ Cast To Reunite For Post-Finale Reunion, Virtual Experience

Before the stars of Shameless go their separate ways, Showtime will bring the Gallagher family back home one last time. William H. Macy, Jeremy Allen White, Ethan Cutkowsky, Shanola Hampton, Steve Howey, Emma Kenney, Cameron Monaghan and Christian Isaiah will join showrunner and executive producer John Wells for a farewell panel on Sunday following the series’ finale. The Shameless crew will reminisce about the 11-season show and reflect on their time together. Cast members Noel Fisher and Kate Miner will also join the virtual reunion.
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The Nevers

Here’s what’s happening in the world of television for Sunday, April 11. All times are Eastern. The Nevers (HBO, 9 p.m., 10th-season finale): “HBO’s The Nevers is set in 1899, a few years after a supernatural event imbues certain young women with extraordinary abilities. Those affected are known as ‘The Touched,’ who are anything but accepted by Victorian London society, which is why they form their own gang to protect themselves from zealots and murderers. Penance Adair (Ann Skelly) is one of the first of the Nevers, whose allies include Amalia True (Laura Donnelly), a ‘quick-fisted widow,’ with a penchant for drink, and Lavinia Bidlow (Dollhouse’s Olivia Williams), a rich spinster who runs The Orphanage that houses many of these gifted individuals.” Read the rest of Danette Chavez’s thoughts in our April TV preview, read up on the departure of creator Joss Whedon and on the succeeding showrunner, and watch for Roxana Hadadi’s premiere recap.

Before ‘Shameless’ Ends, Relive the Characters’ Wildest Moments

After a decade of crazy hijinks, the wild story of the Shameless crew is coming to an end on April 11. Fans of the show have watched these characters quite literally stumble through their chaotic lives for 11 seasons now and Debbie (Emma Kenney), Carl (Ethan Cutkosky), Ian (Cameron Monaghan), and Liam (Christian Isaiah) grow into adults and teens. While certainly crazy, the ruthless antics of the Gallaghers and co will be missed after the cameras stop rolling.

Shameless series finale: Is Emmy Rossum not returning as Fiona?

We’re now closing in on the Shameless series finale airing on Showtime; is Emmy Rossum not going to appear as Fiona?. Of course, we know that this question has been out there all week, as she’s the most prominent former cast member and there’s a clear demand that we see her back one final time. Fiona was essential to all of the Gallagher kids — she’s one of the only reasons some of them are functional.