The Showtime shuffle of moving Homeland to January 2017 gave Shameless a chance to return early, and only months from the Season 6 finale, our first Season 7 trailer is here. The Gallaghers are picking up the pieces of Fiona’s non-wedding in our first look, complete with a brand-new poster.

Ahead of an October 2 premiere, Shameless Season 7 debuted its first official trailer and poster, just months after the sixth season wrapped with Fiona calling off her wedding to Sean (Dermot Mulroney), and Frank being tossed into a river. The new season picks up months later, with Frank attempting to start a new Gallagher clan, while Fiona takes some time to herself for a change.

Check out the poster too:


And a full synopsis:

The seventh season picks up a month after last season’s finale, with the Gallaghers ready for another sizzling summer on the South Side of Chicago. The Gallaghers have always scraped by, but this season finds some of them finally getting a leg up, with more changes than the currents of the Chicago River. When Frank (Macy) awakens from a coma to learn that his loved ones tossed him in the river, he declares war – Gallagher vs. Gallagher. But Fiona (Rossum) is too busy improving her own life to worry about Frank’s. After last season’s devastating betrayal, she’s now moved on, a warrior, and nothing is getting in the way of her new life as manager of Patsy’s – including her family. Gallagher Golden Boy Lip (White) finishes up his time in rehab, and emerges with a new outlook on alcoholism and a grim vision of his future, whereas the once-unstable Ian (Monaghan) is now thriving as an EMT and in a comfortable relationship. Debbie (Kenney) is still figuring out how to be a good mom to young Franny, while Carl (Cutkosky) has some big decisions to face as he enters manhood. With Fiona’s new determination to make something of herself, will the rest of the Gallaghers fall apart without Fiona there to pick up the pieces?

In the meantime, stay tuned for the latest from the October premiere, and watch the trailer again above.