The Entourage Gets Together - And Grows Up?

The '61 Lincoln convertible has pulled up to the curb once more and Vincent Chase's crew is climbing out for a seventh season of Entourage (Sunday, June 27, 10:30/9:30c, HBO), but the bonds between the party-hardy boys and the women who love them will grow - and, in one case, be tested.

"Ari Gold loves his family more than anything in the world, but he's in jeopardy of losing it," revealed Jeremy Piven at the premiere of the new season. Piven says the super-agent and now self-proclaimed "king of Hollywood" will face some genuinely rocky waters as new distractions - one of which involves bringing an NFL football team to Los Angeles - cause genuine trouble in his marriage. "He just wants to try to run a sports team. He just has an insatiable appetite for power and money, and he will be brought to his knees."

The infinitely forgiving Mrs. Ari has a tougher time overlooking Ari's obsessive work habits, says Piven's on-screen wife, Perrey Reeves. "He's got this new job and it's taking a lot of his time and we're not getting along as well - and we're not resolving it as easily."

There may also be another troubling diversion: the second episode hints that Ari's reliance on the pro football savvy of his underling agent Lizzie Grant - whose fling with Andrew Klein (Gary Cole) undid his marriage and career - may also raise Mrs. Ari's hackles. "Lizzie's focused on getting to top this year, and she wants to get there now," says actress Autumn Reeser. "She's going to get there come hell or high water. As we saw last season, she's not above just about anything that will get her to the top. And Jeremy and I work a lot together."

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