‘Shameless’ Season 8 Spoilers: Fiona Possibly Gets Back Ryan; She’s Free From Family Burden
“Shameless” Season 8 may not be having any confirmed premiere date from the broadcaster Showtime but the avid viewers are always interested to see the returning of familiar faces in the series. The interesting part from the latest reports is that the show will commence from where season 7 actually ended.
“Shameless” Season 8 is expected to focus on Fiona Gallagher’s (Emmy Rossum) life. She will be seen making herself busy in her real estate business in which she has invested a lot of funds. In the previous season, we had seen her complaining several times about her family problems but she never acted like an escapist. She has always given her effort to fulfill all the responsibilities. She even had taken care of her sisters and brothers.
Fiona Wants A Complete Freedom From All Family Responsibilities In "Shameless"?
But the latest spoilers suggest she is completely frustrated dealing with problems every time. Hence, in the upcoming episodes of “Shameless” Season 8, Fiona will be seen living separately from her family members to enjoy her freedom from all miseries. The last season ended with subjecting her as an independent woman who is absolutely capable of surviving without the presence of any man in her life.
But Christian Today reported that her long interruption from having a relationship is going to be over and she finally will get into a marital relationship with someone. She already had a serious relationship with an entrepreneur named Ryan (Barry Sloane) but she was not emotionally attached to him certainly because of her family problems.
Will Fiona Get Married When The Series Premieres?
According to The Christian Post, Fiona may now focus on her future marital life by considering a serious relationship with Ryan. She is expected to get married in any episode of “Shameless” Season 8. She is still upset due to disastrous split with her ex-fiancé Sean Pierce (Dermot Mulroney) when she was on the verge of getting married but was informed by Frank Gallagher (William H. Macy) that Sean was a junkie.