Tonight, Shameless will premiere on Showtime at 9pm ET/PT.
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Shameless follows Frank Gallagher– a dad of six children– children he struggles to know the whereabouts of at all points in time because of his own self destructive habits and tendencies.
The ninth season of the show comes with a bit of sad news for Shameless fans everywhere: Emmy Rossum will be departing after this season.
Luckily, Rossum has received support from her co-stars, even though many fans have voiced their disappointment with her decision. Emma Kenney, who plays Roseanne on the show, recently spoke to Us Weekly about Rossum leaving, and said, “You know, we’re all really close so we all are kind of in the same loop … We’ve had nine amazing seasons with Emmy helping guide the ship and I’m so grateful for that.” She continued, “She’s been such a rock and such a focal point of our show and I think she’s brought in so much confidence and given so many people a voice on our set and I’m really grateful for that.”
William H. Macy similarly told Entertainment Weekly that he wasn’t shocked by the news. “She’s young and I think she’s made the right choice.. She’s got another show that she’s an executive producer on, so she’s going right into something and she wants to branch out. Plus, she just got married. I wish her well. I can’t wait to see what she’s going to do next.”