When season five of Entourage ended last year, Vince was on the verge of ending a prolonged career slump, thanks to an offer to star in Martin Scorsese's next movie. Now, with "Gatsby" about to open, he's a hot property once again - but is it time for the rest of the crew to finally step out of his shadow? The Emmy-winning HBO comedy series Entourage kicks off its 12-episode sixth season SUNDAY, JULY 12 10:30p.m. ET/PT at its new time, with episodes debuting immediately following the new HBO comedy series Hung.
From executive producer and creator Doug Ellin, and executive producers Mark Wahlberg, Stephen Levinson, Denis Biggs, Rob Weiss and Ally Musika, Entourage draws on the experiences of industry insiders, and stars Adrian Grenier as Vince, who is enjoying life in the limelight as a hot young actor; Kevin Connolly as Eric, Vince's manager, who is considering moving into his own place; Kevin Dillon as Vince's half-brother Drama, whose own career has been eclipsed by Vince's success; Jerry Ferrara as Turtle, the least savvy of the group, who's now in a relationship with actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler; and Golden Globe and three-time Emmy winner Jeremy Piven as Ari, who serves as Vince's aggressive, high-powered agent.
Also featured on the new episodes of Entourage are series regulars Perrey Reeves as the long-suffering Mrs. Ari; Rex Lee as Ari's long-suffering assistant Lloyd, who's seeking a promotion; Gary Cole as Andrew Klein, Ari's former mentor and new partner; and Emmanuelle Chriqui as Sloan, Eric's on-again, off-again girlfriend. Returning guest stars include Jamie-Lynn Sigler as herself; Beverly D'Angelo as Ari's other partner Babs; Debi Mazar as Vince's publicist Shauna; and Bow Wow as Charlie, Eric's client.
Celebrities appearing as themselves in cameos include Tom Brady, Ed Burns, Zac Efron, 50 Cent, Jay Leno, Steve Nash, David Schwimmer and Mark Wahlberg.