At the end of last year, Showtime premiered the eleventh and final season of Shameless. The multiseries tragicomedy about the ups and downs of the Gallagher family has been on the air since 2010 and has had consistently high ratings for a long time - viewers genuinely loved the show for its sharp social humor, and critics noted the quality script and excellent acting. It is noteworthy that some members of the main cast came to the set as children, having no experience in filmmaking
Emmy Rossum as Fiona Gallagher in a still from "Shameless."
For nine seasons, Rossum played the role of Fiona, the eldest of Gallagher's five children. From an early age, Fiona ran her own household and was also involved in raising her younger siblings. At the end of season nine, she finally decided it was time to get on with her own life. The actress announced her retirement in August 2018. Since then, there have been many important events in Rossum's life. In particular, at the end of May of this year, Emmy became a mother for the first time. The actress and her husband, director and screenwriter Sam Esmail, had a daughter named Samantha. In 2019, it was announced that Rossum would star in the mini-series "Angelina," about the life of the scandalous '80s pop icon. The actress could also be seen in the recent action film "The Snowman," starring Liam Neeson and Laura Dern.