The Gallaghers are almost back!
Shameless Season 10 is fast approaching and to celebrate us being one more day closer to the premiere, Showtime has dropped the official trailer.
Fans have waited years to have Ian and Mickey back together, and it looks like there is trouble in paradise.
Ian says to Mickey at one point that he needs a break, and it is poised to cause a whole host of problems.
If you watch Shameless online, you know that the pair are sharing a cell in prison while trying to make their relationship work.
But it appears that the confines of prison weigh heavily on them.
Elsewhere, Lip is struggling to keep it together after his first child is born, and a familiar face is there to help him through the process.
As for Debbie, she's morphed into Fiona in the aftermath of Emmy Rossum's departure.
It likely means we're in for a more mature iteration of Debbie, who has been known to make stupid decisions in the past.
All told, here's the official logline for Shameless Season 10.
The tenth season picks up six months after last season's finale.
Frank (Macy) uses his leg injury to collect as many prescription drugs as possible, and his exploits lead him to an old friend.
Emboldened by the $50,000 left to her by Fiona, Debbie (Emma Kenney) has stepped in as the family's new matriarch, ruling over the Gallagher household with an iron fist.
Lip (Jeremy Allen White) navigates his relationship with a newly affectionate Tami (Kate Miner).
Carl (Ethan Cutkosky) has to decide what to do with his life as he finishes military school and heads back to the South Side.
Liam (Christian Isaiah) is committed to learning more about black history and culture under the tutelage of V (Shanola Hampton), as Kev (Steve Howey) faces an identity crisis.
Gallavich returns this season as Ian (Cameron Monaghan) and Mickey (Noel Fisher) rekindle their romance in prison as both cellmates and lovers.
Created by Paul Abbott, SHAMELESS is produced by Bonanza Productions in association with John Wells Productions and Warner Bros. Television.
Developed for American television by John Wells, the series is executive produced by Wells, Nancy M. Pimental and Joe Lawson.
What are you waiting for?
Watch the trailer below and return to TV Fanatic for a full review of new episodes when they debut Sunday, November 10 -- one week later than originally planned.
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