‘Shameless” split season 9 to be last for Emmy Rossum

“There is much more Gallagher story to be told. I will always be rooting for my family.” — Emmy Rossum Bye, Fiona. Emmy Rossum who plays Fiona Gallagher on Showtime’s hit series, Shameless, announced that the upcoming season nine will be her last. This first appeared on her Facebook page as a post last month. … Continue reading “‘Shameless” split season 9 to be last for Emmy Rossum”

UPDATED: All NBCUni shows suspend production

Yesterday as Coronavirus (COVID-19) spread and studios such as Disney, Paramount and others have delayed the openings of major tentpole films such as Mulan and The New Mutants and a Quiet Place II, the virus has now hit the TV industry as Reel 360 has confirmed that all 35 NBC Universal shows including Dick Wolf’s … Continue reading “UPDATED: All NBCUni shows suspend production”

‘Shameless’ S10 premieres tonight on Showtime

The Gallaghers are back and for the first time without Fiona (Emmy Rossum) as season ten of Shameless premieres tonight on Showtime at 9 p.m on the coasts and 8 p.m. Central. Led by Emmy and SAG Award winner William H. Macy, picks up six months after last season’s finale where we saw Fiona move … Continue reading “‘Shameless’ S10 premieres tonight on Showtime”

Cameron Monaghan is leaving ‘Shameless’

News drops on the heels of Emmy Rossum announcing her exit after ninth season. It was great knowing you “Gay Jesus.” Just a month after Emmy Rossum who plays Fiona Gallagher, Cameron Monaghan, who plays bipolar and gay brother Ian, has now announced that he will be leaving the Showtime series at mid-season. The actor … Continue reading “Cameron Monaghan is leaving ‘Shameless’”

Havas Chicago welcomes new GCD Karen Goodman

Former Under Amour creative, Karen Goodman, has joined Havas Chicago as Group Creative Director.

According to Agency Spy, she will lead the creative on the agency’s Hefty and Reynolds accounts while reporting directly to ECD, Paul Hirsch.

In a statement, Hirsch said, “The range of experience Karen brings to Havas is invaluable. We’re building a shop infused with heart and soul and culture. There’s so much opportunity to create and Karen has the chops to run with it.”

Panavision now set up in big, new Chicago facility

PANAVISION CAMERAS, which returned to Chicago after a 14-year absence last October, has completed its move into a 13,000-sq. ft. facility a block-long building at 1544 W. Carroll.

The company currently has six staffers and general manager Sharon Walker says they are in the process of hiring new employees. It supplied cameras to Fox’ upcoming “ABP” series that will premiere Feb. 6, “Exorcist” and has jobs ahead on a studio feature and commercials.