What I love about "Entourage" is how off the cuff it feels. Its premise initially seems it could get super old super fast, but somehow the characters deepen as the seasons go by and the writing remains pretty sharp. All good things must come to an end, of course, and "Entourage" is no exception. Word on the street from executive producer Mark Wahlberg (the series is either loosely or firmly based on him and his friends, depending on who you ask) is that season seven will be as lengthy as the previous six, but after its completion only six more episodes will be made before the series ends entirely.
"Entourage" follows Vince Chase (Adrian Grenier) as he navigates Hollywood´s maze toward being a successful actor. Vince´s pals have his back, and as the series regularly points out, this is a good thing for his line of work. Originally from Queens, he´s lured his foundation to southern California, including his manager Eric (Kevin Connolly), or E. A businessman on the outside with uncharacteristic loyalty to his work and the people he interacts with, E deals with Vince´s older half-brother Johnny "Drama" Chase (Kevin Dillon), who forever seeks to jump-start a semi-washed up acting career. There´s also Sal (Jerry Ferrara), better known as Turtle, the quirky kid who drives a really shiny black Cadillac Escalade. Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven) rounds things out as the loud mouth who likes yelling at everyone, yet keeps his friends and clients in close contact.