Shameless isn't a perennial feel-good Sunday night doozy, like the typical start-of-the-week programs that occupy that particular corner of television airwaves. And yet it's disguised as one, what ... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Lindsey_Romain/2012/02/0 more
Oh my Steve!!! It's been a long time since we've seen Justin Chatwin's character and Fiona's reaction in " Father's Day " said it all.
The sheer surprise on her face spoke volumes more than the meek little "Hi" she was able to squeak out. You know tha more
The storylines in Shameless move so fast that even though only five episodes of the second season have aired, it seems like ages since Eddie carved a hole in the ice, tied a concrete block to himself and jumping into the icy waters after the humiliat more
Shameless season 2 cooks up its fourth entry with this week’s "A Beautiful Mess," as Frank Gallagher continues worries about Sheila's progress with her agoraphobia, while Fiona fends off Craig Heisner (Taylor Kinney)'s vengeful wife and Debbie plans a sle more
Last week Shameless really went for it in terms of what they could allow Frank to do without becomingcompletely despicable, and it somehow worked brilliantly, in a way that was shocking , poignant, horrifying and a little funny. What really helped we more
Just when you think Karen can't shock you anymore she goes and drops that bomb! In " A Beautiful Mess " we find out why Karen would be so quick to jump into a marriage with a guy she barely knows and barely seems to care about, the often naked Jody.
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "I'll Light a Candle For You Every Day," the January 22 episode of Showtime's "Shameless," in which both Frank and Fiona may have gone too far with their behavior. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/shame more
The basis of Shameless is that the Gallagher family puts the fun in dysfunction. But " I'll Light a Candle for You Every Day " took their dysfunctional antics to a whole new low, while simultaneously showing us a rare remorseful side of the family.