The hit HBO show Entourage is returning to the small screen with a brand new season. Season 9 of the show is set to bring back the original cast and crew, and promises even more outrageous storylines and celebrity cameos. From the boys’ latest business ventures to their tumultuous love lives, fans of the show will not be disappointed. Read on to learn more about the new season and what to expect when it premieres.
Cast and Crew:
Entourage season 9 will bring back the entire original cast, including Adrian Grenier as Vincent Chase, Kevin Connolly as Eric Murphy, Kevin Dillon as Johnny “Drama” Chase, Jerry Ferrara as Turtle, and Jeremy Piven as Ari Gold. The show’s executive producers, Doug Ellin and Mark Wahlberg, will also return for the new season.
The new season will pick up right where the show left off. Vincent Chase is now an established movie star and is ready to take on more challenging roles. Eric Murphy is still managing Vincent’s career and is dabbling in some of his own business ventures. Johnny “Drama” Chase is still chasing stardom and trying to get his career back on track while Turtle is running his own business. Ari Gold is now the head of a major movie studio and is still as ruthless as ever.
Entourage is known for its star-studded cameos and season 9 will be no exception. Expect to see appearances by well-known celebrities, athletes, and musicians. Some of the names that are rumored to make cameos include Kobe Bryant, Jay-Z, Dwayne Johnson, and Rihanna.
Production for season 9 began in early 2020 and is expected to wrap up in the fall of 2021. The show is being filmed in Los Angeles and New York City, with some scenes also being shot in Europe.
Entourage season 9 is expected to premiere on HBO sometime in 2021. Fans should keep an eye out for more details as the show’s release date draws closer.