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-- Federico Fellini
Apr 052019
 

WARNER BROS. HOME ENTERTAINMENT

BRINGS ANOTHER SEASON OF THE CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED HIT CABLE SERIES SHAMELESS

TO DVD WITH THE RELEASE OF

SHAMELESS: THE COMPLETE NINTH SEASON

 AVAILABLE ON APRIL 23, 2019

 

GET THE BLU-RAYTM VIA WARNER ARCHIVE COLLECTION

 

Release Features All 14 Episodes from the Series’ Ninth Season

 

One of television’s most irreverent and outrageous families is back to entertain viewers with another season of Showtime’s top-rated comedy series, Shameless. Join the Gallagher clan as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment brings Shameless: The Complete Ninth Season to DVD April 23, 2019. This must-own release features all 14 episodes from the series’ ninth season. From Emmy®-winning executive John Wells (ER, The West Wing) and Warner Bros. Television, Shameless stars Oscar®-nominated and Emmy®-winning actor William H. Macy (Fargo, Magnolia, Jurassic Park) as Frank Gallagher, the proud single dad of a close-knit clan of six smart, industrious, independent kids who come from Chicago’s working-class South Side.  Shameless: The Complete Ninth Season will retail for $29.98 SRP.

In addition, Shameless: The Complete Ninth Season is available on Blu-rayTM courtesy of Warner Archive Collection. The Blu-rayTM release includes all bonus features on the DVD and is also arriving April 23, 2019. Warner Archive Blu-ray releases are found at wb.com/warnerarchive and your favorite online retailer.

The ninth season of Shameless will also be available to own April 8, 2019 on Digital via purchase from digital retailers.

On the ninth season of Shameless, political fervor hits the South Side of Chicago as the Gallaghers take justice into their own hands. While Frank (William H. Macy, three-time Screen Actors Guild Award® winner for his role on Shameless), sees financial opportunity in giving voice to the underrepresented working man.  Fiona (Emmy Rossum) tries to build on her real estate success and takes an expensive gamble. Debbie (Emma Kenney) fights for equal pay, and Carl (Ethan Cutkosky) considers attending West Point. Ian (Cameron Monaghan) faces the consequences of his crimes and Lip (Jeremy Allen White) becomes a sober coach for a famous actress. Kev (Steve Howey) and V (Shanola Hampton) argue about having another baby.

“After nine seasons, Shameless continues to deliver. It’s an addictive show that’s wonderfully written, acted and directed. The ninth season is filled with more of the same hilarious and touching moments that made this remarkable series such a fan favorite,” said Rosemary Markson, WBHE Senior Vice President, TV Marketing. She added, “Just when you think the Gallaghers can’t delight and shock you more than they already have, they’ll surprise and entertain you in ways you never imagined. Fans are in for a treat with season nine. This is a release viewers won’t want to miss.”

Based on the long-runnig, award-winning British series created by Paul Abbott (State of Play), Shameless was developed for American television by John Wells and made its U.S. debut on Showtime January 9, 2011. Season nine premiered to an audience of nearly 2.4 million Total Viewers.* The ninth season of Shameless averaged more than 2.1 million total viewers every episode. Shameless ranked as the #1 original program on pay cable this season to date with Households and Total Viewers (out of 32 programs), as well as with Adults 18-34, 18-49 and 25-54; Women 18-34, 18-49 and 25-54; and Men 18-34.** Shameless ranked as Showtime’s #1 series across all demos except Adults/Women/Men 50+ (out of 27 programs). The series was the #1 pay cable premiere episode this season to date across all demos except Adults/Women/Men 50+ (out of 16 premieres).***

The ninth season of Shameless was executive produced by John Wells and Nancy M. Pimental. Produced by Bonanza Productions Inc. in association with John Wells Productions and Warner Bros. Television, the series stars William H. Macy, Emmy Rossum (The Day After Tomorrow, Phantom of the Opera), Jeremy Allen White (Movie 43, Afterschool), Ethan Cutkosky (Fred Claus), Shanola Hampton (You Again), Steve Howey (Reba), Emma Kenney (The New Girl in Town), Cameron Monaghan (The Giver, Gotham) Richard Flood (Crossing Lines) and Christian Isaiah (Married).

 

Featured Episodes:

 

  1. Are you there Shim? It’s me, Ian
  2. Mo White!
  3. Weirdo Gallagher Vortex
  4. Do Right, Vote White
  5. Black Haired Ginger
  6. Face It, You’re Gorgeous
  7. Down like the Titanic
  8. The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far from The Alibi
  9. BOOOOOOOOOOOONE!
  10. Los Diablos!
  11. The Hobo Games
  12. You’ll Know the Bottom When You Hit It
  13. Lost
  14. Found

Bonus Material:

  • Deleted Scenes
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