Shameless: Season 11 (2020 - 2021)


Season 11
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Air date: Dec 6, 2020

The Gallaghers adjust to life during the pandemic; Frank fears gentrification of South Side; bar closures force Kev and V to get creative; Lip and Tami work to make their new house a home as Carl finishes his time at the police academy.

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Air date: Dec 13, 2020

Frank helps Kev and V's pot business; Debbie prepares a princess party for Franny while Mickey gets a real job; Lip runs into trouble with his new neighbors; Carl's first day on the force is not what he thought it would be.

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Air date: Dec 20, 2020

Debbie loses track of Franny, while Frank and Franny have a day of weed runs and adventure; Ian and Mickey question who is the "man" in their relationship; Carl gets a new training officer; Lip and Tami help Brad and Cami with their baby.

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Air date: Jan 10, 2021

The Milkoviches move in next door and wreak havoc, leading Frank, Kev and Liam to scheme to get rid of them; Mickey embarks on a security gig for Kev and V and drags Ian along; Gemma and Franny compete in the Little Miss South Side beauty pageant.

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Air date: Jan 31, 2021

Ian and Mickey's security gig comes into question; Frank and Kev try to take down the Milkoviches; V canvasses to get Black people to the polls; Debbie takes Franny to meet her favorite wrestler; Carl and Leesie's policing approaches come to a head.

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Air date: Feb 14, 2021

A twist of fate forces Ian and Mickey to help the Milkovichs; Frank's day takes some unexpected turns while Liam deals with inner turmoil; Debbie confronts Sandy; Lip plans for the future; while Kev runs the bar, V is class parent at school.

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Air date: Mar 7, 2021

The Gallaghers disagree on the fate of their childhood home; Ian and Mickey seek out gay friends; Debbie and Sandy have a visitor from Sandy's past; Lip and Brad prepare to sell stolen bikes; Liam and Veronica hope to pass the rent control bill.

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Air date: Mar 14, 2021

Frank and Liam compete in a contest to rename the middle school; Debbie has a day of zero responsibilities; Kevin tries to cheer up Veronica; Carl is put on vice squad. Lip has a close encounter with the law.

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Air date: Mar 21, 2021

Frank wants to pull one last heist with the old gang; Lip and Brad find out who owns BornFree; Mickey and Ian uncover the truth about Terry; Kevin watches Gemma and Amy while running the Alibi; Carl reunites with an old partner.

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Air date: Mar 28, 2021

Liam and Frank embark on a journey to get Liam into STEM school; Carl's disillusionment with the police force comes to a head; Debbie hunts for a new place; Mickey and Ian consider the West Side; Kev meets Veronica in Louisville.

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Cast & Crew

William H. Macy
Frank Gallagher

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Jeremy Allen White
Lip Gallagher

Actor
Cameron Monaghan
Ian Gallagher

Actor
Emma Kenney
Debbie Gallagher

Actor
Ethan Cutkosky
Carl Gallagher

Actor
Shanola Hampton
Veronica

Actor
Steve Howey
Kevin Ball

Actor
Christian Isaiah
Liam Gallagher

Actor
Noel Fisher
Mickey Milkovich

Actor
Kate Miner
Tami

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John Wells
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Critic Reviews for Shameless: Season 11

Audience Reviews for Shameless: Season 11

  • Mar 19, 2022
    truly a horrible program
  • Mar 13, 2022
    Hate seeing pandemic in tv shows, its depressing.
  • Jan 22, 2022
    Show became very political and this last season was horrible. Only character I cared about was Mickey because he always brought comedy to the show. I was hoping Debbie would grow more into a responsible mom and woman but they completely made her character go backwards. And by the end it was a lot of unanswered questions and I would've preferred Fiona showing up for the last episode but she didn't. And what about that ending? Why didn't we get to see the kids reaction? It wasn't a great ending. It's like they didn't try.
  • Dec 16, 2021
    Series was awesome and actually funny but it is painfully obvious how political it has gotten. Cannot go 5 minutes without trying to highlight all the issues that all these soft political activities on social media complain about. From police abuse, excessive emphasis on masks, gender fluidity, sexism, and much more. It's no longer a comedy it's just trying to cram as much political correctness they can fit into each episode. Most of the plot lines that have been building for 10 seasons is lost bc and put into the back ground. The characters are different…the show is different. Disappointed but this seems to be a theme with a lot of shows recently.
  • Dec 10, 2021
    Ham fisted preachyness about how awful all white people and cops are with the exception of the dirty yet virtuous main cast of characters. I would bet my house that only a mostly white and priviledged writing staff could come up with such cartoonish wokeness. Such a slide in quality from the early seasons that portrayed some hard and poignant realities to the later seasons portraying a silly world that doesn't exist.
  • Nov 14, 2021
    I have loved this show since the beginning. I have had issues with a few things here and there but overall it was a solid run. So on to the final season. The creative team had to show off their woke agenda before they closed the show. Here are a few examples. 1. Veronica's comment about how the painting Frank stole is only famous because a white person painted it. Yeah, I'm sure that a person of color has never painted or created a piece of art that became popular even though it was simple or bland. 2. The show makes it out like cops should be wearing brown shirts. Carl encounters many different situations where he asks his fellow cops why they can't give the person a warning or just let them go. One scenario is familiar. There is a person selling loose cigarettes and Carl ends up going back to them later in the night to give them a whole carton of cigarettes and tells them whers they can go to avoid the cops. Carl's final assignment as a cop is issuing parking tickets and he takes every advantage to stick it to rich people. I get that rich people can suck but to make it out like they all suck is too far. I am far from rich and I park in places I shouldn't. 3. The furniture store scene with the Trump supporter worker was ridiculous. Yeah, there are some crazy people who supported Trump but there are crazy people who support Biden as well and lets not even get into the fact that we're supposed to believe that 80 million people voted for a guy who barely left his basement during the campaign... There were countless examples of wokeness throughout the season but these are the ones I can remember off the top of my head. I'll also say this: It is crazy to me that we don't get closure about any character other than Frank. I also think it's ridiculous that Fiona was basically erased from history. How many times has a person left their family and never tried to contact them or come back? I'm sure it's happened in the long history of our world but not often. Shameless had a solid run but with how this season went, I am glad we won't get another.
  • Nov 04, 2021
    This was a good show up until season 10 but then it became "woke"in season 11 and it is no longer good or funny.
  • Nov 02, 2021
    The last two episodes of the final season of Shameless are worth getting to even if you have to watch some dog crud to get there. William H. Macy's performance in Episode 11 of the campaign brought tears. As did the finale. After about two seasons of superfluous fluff, I was surprised to be so engaged and emotional about the ending. Macy, after being given virtually nothing to do, thrives in a meaty role. For a show that stayed around about four years too long, this is about as good as you can do.
  • Oct 27, 2021
    The "wokeness" and political correctness in the very first episode of season 11 ruined a very funny series. Give people a break. People don't want political and social issues in our faces all the time. My wife and I won't watch anymore of the series.
  • Oct 22, 2021
    I am on the first episode of season 11 and off the first few minutes in it is nothing but a push for the liberal agenda. I don't understand why they had to input it in from the masks to BLM, making comments about white people vs black people, covid. Unnecessary and ruins the show altogether we get enough of this junk from the media let alone needing it all in a tv show. Also the way they have it videoed this season seems extra poor and cheesy. I am very surprised as being a fan of Shameless to see such a huge disappointment already in the first episode.

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