In “I Am a Storm,” Frank (William H. Macy) worries that he and his new family will lose their Home for the Homeless shelter, so he plans a little goodwill for the neighborhood.
Meanwhile, Fiona drums up business by throwing a speakeasy party at Patsy’s Pies.
Emmy told THR, “I feel like the reason that it went well [for me] is because I, on a cellular level, really understand what the show is about, what it’s saying, who these people are, what their relationships are like and what the world looks like and feels like.”
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They haven’t seen each other for a while, now that she’s dating Sean (Dermot Mulroney) and pregnant with…well, someone’s baby.
“As you’ve seen in the first two episodes, things are still unresolved between the two of them,” Steve told TVLine.com. “This is the first step they take to seeing each other and trying to figure out a way to move past the impulsiveness that brought them to this place.”
How will Gus react to seeing her? “It’s a nice moment for Gus to finally be able to have a little bit of strength in this relationship,” Steve said. “He’s such a nice guy, [but] nice guys tend to get walked over sometimes. Where we find Gus, at this point in the story, is that he’s come to terms with where the relationship is at. Now it’s just a matter of having his own voice heard.”
As for the possibility that Gus is the father of Fiona’s baby, Steve said, “Well, there’s always a possibility, isn’t there? I don’t know, I’ve yet to get an invitation to The Maury Show. So I don’t know if we’re going to be deciding that anytime soon.”
Good news for fans of the hit Showtime series Shameless – it has been renewed for a seventh season!
The renewal was announced on Tuesday afternoon (January 12) during the network’s panel at the 2016 Winter TCA Tour.
The show’s star Emmy Rossum took to her Twitter account to share her excitement about the news.
“It’s gonna be 7 years with my second family! What an exciting day!!!! #Shameless,” she tweeted.
“Shameless has clearly resonated with audiences as evidenced by their steady growth on Sunday nights over the past 6 years,” Showtime president of programming Gary Levine said in a statement (via THR). “We are extremely pleased with the creative work being done by [exec producers] John Wells, Nancy Pimental and the entire cast, producers and writers – and we so appreciate Shameless’ clear and distinctive voice.”
Season seven will get 12 episodes and it will premiere in 2017.
It's gonna be 7 years with my second family! What an exciting day!!!! #Shameless