[12/15/11 - 12:31 PM] Video: A "Shameless" Holiday Greeting from the Gallagher Family The show's sophomore run begins Sunday, January 8 at 9:00/8:00c on Showtime.
[via press release from Showtime]
A SHAMELESS HOLIDAY GREETING FROM THE GALLAGHER FAMILY
SHAMELESS Returns For Its Second Season On Sunday, January 8 At 9 PM ET/PT
The Gallaghers are back for a SHAMELESS new season in 2012. To kick off the holidays, the cast of SHAMELESS has recorded a naughty Christmas carol, with music and lyrics by series star William H. Macy:
SHAMELESS premieres on Sunday, January 8 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, as part of the SHOWTIME Free Preview Weekend, when the network will be available for free to non-subscribers in 60 million households. Season two finds our favorite dysfunctional family braving the heat and humidity of summertime in Chicago, trying to keep cool... and Frank (William H. Macy) out of trouble. Bearing the de facto parent badge/burden, Fiona (Emmy Rossum) spends her nights working at a happening nightclub and her days keeping an eye on Debbie (Emma Keany) and Carl (Ethan Cutkosky) as they run a makeshift daycare center at the house. Meanwhile, brothers Lip (Jeremy Allen White) and Ian (Cameron Monaghan) are toying with the idea of college, while Sheila (Joan Cusack, in her Emmy(R) Award-nominated role) is still housing Frank and making progress with her agoraphobia. As usual, the motley brood somehow manages to hold down the fort and make sure the bills are paid, the lights are on and there is food on the table. The series also stars Justin Chatwin, Shanola Hampton, Steve Howey and Laura Slade Wiggins. Based on the long-running hit UK series, SHAMELESS is executive produced by Emmy Award-winning television and film producer John Wells, as well as Paul Abbott and Andrew Stearn. Wells developed the series for American television.
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