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Set in working-class Chicago, the Gallagher family, a working class family of eight, must survive the ups and downs of today's recession. With a mother who is out of her element and an alcoholic father who usually ends up passed out on the living room floor, 18-year-old daughter Fiona is left with the task of keeping her five younger brothers and sisters on the straight and narrow. This series is based on the UK series of the same name.

William H. Macy

William H. Macy

Frank Gallagher

Emmy Rossum

Emmy Rossum

Fiona Gallagher

Justin Chatwin

Justin Chatwin

Jimmy Lishman / Steve

Ethan Cutkosky

Ethan Cutkosky

Carl Gallagher

Shanola Hampton

Shanola Hampton

Veronica Fisher

Steve Howey

Steve Howey

Kevin "Kev" Ball

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  • Kill frank

    I hope when Frank was thrown off the bridge that he drowns and dies and they have finally killed him off I can't stand him he's not worth the breath that he takes and what he said to Fiona at her wedding was unforgivable horrible and disgusting throwing him off The bridge was far too easy and you know he's going to survive.
  • as crazy as it gets

    cant wait to see what happens between between lip and the new girl toria/victoria that's lurking lusciously after him......... *thinkingoutloud
  • Racist and Disrespectful Sexual References Minimizing the Terror of Chattel Slavery

    'Shameless' makes disgusting sexual references that minimize the anguish, including the countless rapes that Black people suffered during hundreds of years of chattel slavery. Yet, most people don't even mention, let alone consider the level of disrespect (or possibly, simple indifference) that the writer would have to possess for Blacks slaves, and their horrific experiences. Even though the writer has little respect for boundaries, some things should simply be off limits; and reducing the pain and suffering that a population of people (men, women, and children) have actually experienced during centuries of slavery is one of those things. If the writer had minimized and glorified what Jewish people experienced during the decade plus long holocaust (which would also be disgusting), there'd be more of a backlash. However, we all know the writer would never get away with something like that (any Jewish reference would be very minor and significantly less insulting). The fact that the writer is comfortable turning such an evil and painful part of American history (hundreds of years of slavery) into insignificant perverted sexual "fantasies" is beyond reprehensible.moreless
  • Shameless Addicts

    Shameless is right up there with Breaking Bad and Sons of Anarchy! The whole family has a huge girl crush on Emmy Rossum. Wasn't quite sure about Mickey's character to begin with, but has one all of us over, he's just soo loveable. However when is someone going to put us out of our misery and get rid of Sammy!!!!!!
  • Can't talk - Bingeing on Shameless

    Great show, yeah, it is over the top with some of the truly shameless things going on, but what a ride.

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