Showtime’s favorite dysfunctional family is getting ready to return. “Shameless” will come back this fall, and the network confirmed the release date.

“Shameless” Season 10 will premiere Sunday, Nov. 3 at 9 p.m. EDT on Showtime. The season will be the first without Fiona (Emmy Rossum), but it sounds like the Gallaghers are still getting into shenanigans without her.

Fiona left Debbie (Emma Kenney) a check for $50,000 to help take care of the family, and she’s making sure to keep a strict household without her big sister. Frank (William H. Macy) is, of course, using his leg injury to get access to pills. Lip (Jeremy Allen White) is still dating Tami (Kate Miner) while Carl (Ethan Cutkosky) finishes military school and has to make some life decisions.

Kev (Steve Howey) and V (Shanola Hampton) are still involved too. Kev is dealing with an identity crisis while V tries to help Liam (Christian Isaiah) learn more about black history and culture, Deadline reports. 

The big excitement, of course, is for Mickey (Noel Gallagher) and Ian’s (Cameron Monaghan) returns. The two were seen in a jail cell together last season. After Ian was sentenced to two years in jail, Mickey decided to make a deal to snitch on the cartel he was working for in Mexico in exchange for getting to choose his prison. He was revealed as Ian’s cellmate, and they immediately embraced with a kiss. “Shameless” Season 10 will pick up with the lovers behind bars as they navigate their renewed romance.

Expect an interesting story for Ian. After all, it was part of why Monaghan was convinced to return for Season 10. He had left the series halfway through Season 9 and didn’t expect to be back so soon. However, he revealed that he is excited about the new prison arc.

“I took some time away and I talked to John Wells, the showrunner, about possible things we could do with the character in the future. And we got to a place both creatively and financially where I felt comfortable coming back,” the actor told ET Online earlier this year. “Much of that had to do with what we were going to do with the story, so I’m really excited to be able to go back and do that.”