Entourage Season 7 Starts This Sunday (June 27th)

Who's excited for the new season of Entourage? I know I am. Season 7 starts this Sunday on HBO and will be appearing in its usual 10:30pm EST time slot. This season sees the return of Vince and company as they deal with the unpredictable and always exciting Hollywood lifestyle. Entourage is a show that rarely disappoints and I'm sure this season will be great. Check out the trailer after the jump.

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Who’s excited for the new season of Entourage? I know I am. Season 7 starts this Sunday on HBO and will be appearing in its usual 10:30pm EST time slot. This season sees the return of Vince and company as they deal with the unpredictable and always exciting Hollywood lifestyle. Entourage is a show that rarely disappoints and I’m sure this season will be great. Check out the trailer after the jump.


Will you be watching Entourage this Sunday?


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