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The final season of “Shameless” was at its best when it explored the nuances of gentrification – Salon

Season 11 was no “Gentefied,” but watching the characters grapple with their changing South Side was poignant

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This final season of Showtime’s “Shameless” was far from perfect. The American remake of the British series of the same name — which follows the Gallagher family, led by alcoholic patriarch Frank (William H. Macy), as they attempt to get by and maybe ahead in Chicago’s South Side — has always been littered with discarded plot points, unresolved conflict and uneven character development since it first premiered in 2011. 
The finale, which limped to a conclusion on Sunday and centers on the death…

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