“After seven incredible seasons, Ray Donovan has concluded its run on Showtime,” the system said in an announcement.
“We are proud that the series ended amid such strong viewership and on such a powerful note. Our deepest thanks go to Liev Schreiber, Jon Voight, showrunner David Hollander and the entire cast and crew, past and present, for their dedicated work.”
At TCA a month ago, Showtime’s Co-President of Entertainment Gary Levine conceded that the fixer dramatization was “nearing the end of its run”. They said at the time that the system was relied upon to settle on a choice on the fate of the show “in the next few weeks” yet implied that it might get an eighth and last season.
That is the thing that Showtime accomplished for another long-running arrangement, Shameless, restored a month ago for an eleventh and last season.
“I think Ray Donovan is nearing the end of its run,” Levine told Deadline on Jan. 13, in front of the show’s Season 7 finale. “We always talked about seven or eight seasons. Nothing has been decided yet but it’s fair to say it is nearing the end,” Levine said.
In an inauspicious sign, Schreiber took to online networking following the Jan. 19 finale, expressing gratitude toward fans for their adoration and backing and asking them to connect with Showtime in the event that they need to see an eighth season.
“Either way it’s been an amazing ride and we have all of you to thank for it,” they composed on Jan. 21. (you can see his post under the story.)
Beam Donovan was created by The Mark Gordon Company, Ann Bidderman Company, Bider Sweet Productions, David Hollander Productions and Showtime Networks.
During its run, Ray Donovan has handled a large number of Emmy and Golden Globe designations, winning an Emmy for visitor star Hank Azaria and a Golden Globe for Jon Voight. Schreiber has been selected multiple times for a Golden Globe, multiple times for an Emmy.
Season 7 saw Donovan (Schreiber) come as close as they’d at any point done to things crumbling around their. They had been attempting to be the man their family needs their to be.
While they gained ground with Dr. Amiot (Alan Alda), there were risks from an earlier time that necessary the Ray Donovan of old.
Between NYC Mayor Ed Feratti (Zach Grenier), a tenacious NYPD official chasing for reality and customers old and new, Ray battled to discover the harmony between fixing for customers and fixing himself.
What’s more, when Feratti’s debasement brought a bit of Mickey’s past (Jon Voight) back to New York, Ray had to look for answers to since quite a while ago covered inquiries.
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