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Shameless, Banshee

New DVD/VOD releases Tuesday, Dec. 23 & Tuesday, Dec. 30

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Shameless (Warner Bros.)
  • Shameless (Warner Bros.)

Shameless: Season 4
It's winter in Chicago, Lip's in college and Fiona's steady job has almost elevated the Gallaghers to the middle class—so of course it's all going to fall apart, just like Frank's liver. Shameless is the American family TV series. (Warner Bros., Dec. 30)

Banshee: Season 2
The most badass action series you've never heard of returns for a second season of sex, violence and Amish politics, as fake sheriff Hood (Antony Starr) and fake housewife Carrie (Ivana Milicevic) outwit real gangsters. Get it. Now. (HBO, Dec. 30)

Continuum: Season 3
Timecop Kiera's (Rachel Nichols) mission to stop the Liber8 terrorists from 2077 in 2014 becomes more dangerous than ever—unless an alternate timeline was created and none of it has happened ... or will happen. Huh? (Universal, Dec. 23)

The Brittany Murphy Story
Amanda Fuller stars in the not-at-all exploitative "true" story of actress Brittany Murphy, from Clueless in the '90s to her death in 2009, as told through the Hollywood magic of terrible wigs and pure conjecture. (A&E, Dec. 30)

Hell Fire
After a robbery goes bad, things get even stranger for four desperate hookers when they realize they've inadvertently kidnapped the Antichrist (J. Scott Green), who actually turns out to be a relatively fun dude. Aw. (Maxim Media, Dec. 30)

More New DVD/VOD Releases (Dec. 23 & 30)
Dec. 23: Dominion: Season 1, Intruders: Season 1, Pride, Richard Pryor: Icon, Sanatorium, Traffickers, The Trip to Italy, Two-Bit Waltz. Dec. 30: Dance-Off, Enlisted: Season 1, The Equalizer, Friends With Better Lives: Season 1, Kelly & Cal, Mind Games: Season 1, Reach Me, Rush: Season 1