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Ray Donovan Movie in Development at Showtime

Showtime has announced that a Ray Donovan movie is in the works and will continue Ray’s journey, following the hit drama series’ seven-season run on the network.

Ray Donovan Movie in Development at Showtime

Star Liev Schreiber will return in his Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated role and co-write the script along with series showrunner David Hollander, who will also serve as director.

Golden Globe winner Jon Voight will also reprise his role as Mickey Donovan, as will Kerris Dorsey as Ray’s daughter Bridget.

The production is tentatively scheduled to begin filming later this year in New York and will air on Showtime.

The announcement was made today by Gary Levine and Jana Winograde, Presidents of Entertainment, Showtime Networks Inc.

The new Ray Donovan movie picks up where season seven left off, with Mickey in the wind and Ray determined to find and stop him before he can cause any more carnage.

It will also weave together the present-day fallout from the Donovan/Sullivan feud with Ray and Mickey’s origin story from 30 years ago.

“When Ray Donovan went off our air after seven great seasons, we heard from so many of its loyal fans that they were not ready to say goodbye to Ray and the wonderfully dysfunctional Donovan clan,” said Levine.

“And so, for them, we are delighted that Liev and David are creating a thrilling new chapter of this iconic series.”

During its 82-episode run from 2013 to 2020, the series earned multiple Emmy, Golden Globe, Writers Guild and Critics’ Choice nominations, with Voight winning a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance By An Actor Role In A Supporting Role In A Series, Mini-Series, Or Motion Picture Made For Television.

The Ray Donovan movie is executive produced by David Hollander, Liev Schreiber, Mark Gordon, Bryan Zuriff and Lou Fusaro.


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