Returning: Entourage

Adrian Grenier is one of several US stars in Australia right now, and has been attracting plenty of buzz at the Melbourne Cup Carnival.

Meanwhile his Entourage series will begin its eighth and final season next week on Arena.

We’ve been through a lot with the crew from Queens over the years, as they filled their days chasing big dreams, beautiful women and the best of times as if the party was never going to end.

But is it finally time for Vince, Eric, Drama, and Turtle to grow up and make it on their own in the fast lane of high-stakes Hollywood?

When we last left them, Vince had gone off the deep end after the guys’ failed attempt to stage an intervention for his excessive boozing and not-so-recreational drug use. Now, Vince is sober again after a stint in rehab and is ready to take on his next big movie project.

Super-agent Ari Gold and Mrs Ari have recently separated – and furious that Mrs Ari is now dating celebrity chef, Bobby Flay, Ari hooks up with an old flame as revenge.

Eric and on-off girlfriend, Sloane, have called off their wedding and Eric is running his own management company.

Johnny Drama is finally working, with an animated TV series Johnny’s Bananas and Turtle has invested in the Avion tequila line and is starting a new business venture.

The final season also features series regulars Rex Lee as Lloyd, Ari’s former assistant, who is now a full agent; Perrey Reeves as the long-suffering Mrs. Ari; and Rhys Coiro as erratic film director Billy Walsh.

Entourage stars Adrian Grenier, Jeremy Piven, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon and Jerry Ferrara. Celebrity guests this season include chef, Bobby Flay; uber-stylist, Rachel Zoe; baseball player, Alex Rodriguez; actor, Christian Slater and funnyman, David Spade.

Premiering in 2004, Entourage became an instant hit and has gone on to receive nominations for 25 Primetime Emmy Awards, 14 Golden Globe Awards and six Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Tuesday, November 8 at 9.30pm AEDT, exclusive to Arena.

3 Comments:

  1. Eh probably spoiler so be warned.

    The problem is, it didn’t end. It was just a normal season final, not a series final. It was so much like a season final, it actually was almost identical to the season 6 final.

    The movie, if / when it gets made will actually be the end of the show. Although then they’ll probably plan to do a few, so who knows. Would have been nice to have had something more interesting to end it. Besides the after the credits bit. Then have a movie checking in on them.

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