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  • Liev Schreiber says he and 'Ray Donovan' dad Jon Voight have 'agreement' not to talk politics

    "Jon and I made an agreement years ago to just never talk about politics,” said Schreiber. "Our jobs are difficult enough as they are without all the other nonsense coming into it.

  • Ray Donovan lives! Showtime reviving series with feature-length film

    A year after canceling 'Ray Donovan,' Showtime is reviving the series with a feature-length movie.

  • ‘Ray Donovan’ Actor Frank Whaley Accuses Jon Voight of Slapping Him ‘Across the Face’ on Showtime Set

    Actor Frank Whaley accused Jon Voight of slapping him across the face on the set of Showtime’s “Ray Donovan” in a tweet Monday, providing a picture of the two men on set standing opposite each other during the alleged incident that appears to show Voight’s hand in the air.“F— Jon Voight. On Ray Donovan he slapped me across the face in the middle of a scene because he couldn’t keep up, then denied doing it,” Whaley tweeted. “He forgot about the still photographer who was on set. Bottom line: Jon Voight is a major dick. RNCConvention2020.”Reps for Voight, Whaley and Showtime did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment Tuesday.Whaley appeared in seven episodes of the Showtime crime drama during its first season in 2013, in which he played the character Van Miller.The tweet came during night one of the Republic National Convention, during which Voight, an outspoken Trump supporter, narrated a video in which he described the President as “a man who cares, a man who loves America and all Americans,” according to The Hill.Also Read: Colbert Compares Trump to Thanos in 'Avengers: Endgame' RNC Parody (Video)Whaley has also appeared in films like “Pulp Fiction,” “Broken Arrow,” and “Vacancy” as well as shows like “Luke Cage” and “Interrogation.”Voight has appeared in films like “Midnight Cowboy” and “Deliverance,” and played Mickey Donovan on “Ray Donovan” from 2013 to the series’ end in 2020.Fuck Jon Voight. On Ray Donovan he slapped me across the face in the middle of a scene because he couldn’t keep up, then denied doing it. He forgot about the still photographer who was on set. Bottom line: Jon Voight is a major dick. RNCConvention2020 pic.twitter.com/l7o2HQOxx9— Frank Whaley (@TheFrankWhaley) August 25, 2020Read original story ‘Ray Donovan’ Actor Frank Whaley Accuses Jon Voight of Slapping Him ‘Across the Face’ on Showtime Set At TheWrap

  • Liev Schreiber says 'there will be more' Ray Donovan

    Liev Schreiber on future of Ray Donovan

  • ‘Ray Donovan’ Canceled By Showtime After 7 Seasons; Won’t Get Final Season 8

    Showtime's drama series Ray Donovan starring Liev Schreiber will not be getting a final chapter. The Season 7 finale, which aired on January 19, will now stand as a series finale. "After seven incredible seasons, Ray Donovan has concluded its run on Showtime," the network said in a statement. "We are proud that the series […]

  • 'Ray Donovan' star Liev Schreiber wants fans to tell Showtime they want another season

    Following the show's Season 7 finale, the actor is enlisting fans to help get a renewal.

  • 'Saturday Night Live' premiere sees Alec Baldwin return to mock Trump impeachment inquiry

    “It’s the greatest presidential harassment of all time,” Baldwin as Trump complains. “I should know, I’m like the president of harassment.”

  • Ray Donovan Season 7 Teaser Trailer: Mickey Jailed, Bunchy Healed and More

    Ray Donovan is sending Mickey Donovan directly back to jail. After providing a quick recap of the bloody Season 6 finale, the first teaser trailer for the Showtime drama's seventh season (set to bow Nov. 17) offers a fleeting sneak peak at the new episodes. The key takeaways from the fresh footage: Jon Voight's fugitive […]

  • ‘Ray Donovan’ Actor Marion ‘Pooch’ Hall Reaches Plea Deal in DUI, Child Abuse Case

    “Ray Donovan” actor Marion “Pooch” Hall was sentenced to three years of probation after being charged with DUI and child abuse last October.Hall pleaded no contest to one misdemeanor count each of driving with a blood alcohol content over .08 percent and child endangerment, the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office announced on Tuesday. Along with the three years of probation, Hall was ordered to complete a three-month residential alcohol treatment program and attend one year of parenting classes, under the terms of a negotiated plea agreement. Additionally, his driver’s license was suspended for six months.Hall, who plays Daryll on the Showtime series, was arrested in Burbank last October. He is accused of driving under the influence with his two-year-old son on his lap. The child abuse charge was initially a felony, which carried a potential six-year prison sentence, but it was bumped down to a misdemeanor.Also Read: 'Ray Donovan' Actor Marion 'Pooch' Hall Faces Up to 6 Years on DUI, Child Abuse ChargesAccording to the DA, Hall was driving with his son on his lap on Oct. 3, and his vehicle was swerving, eventually crashing into a parked vehicle.Following Hall’s arrest in October, a representative for the Burbank Police told TheWrap that the police responded to a traffic collision at approximately 7:30 p.m., and witnesses “reported seeing a man driving a Chrysler 300 sedan weaving in and out of traffic with a small child seated on his lap. One witness reported seeing the child’s hands on the steering wheel. This driver ultimately collided with a parked vehicle and was detained at the scene on suspicion of driving under the influence.”Showtime renewed “Ray Donovan” for a seventh season last December.Read original story ‘Ray Donovan’ Actor Marion ‘Pooch’ Hall Reaches Plea Deal in DUI, Child Abuse Case At TheWrap

  • Steve Levy, Actor in ‘Shameless,’ ‘Ray Donovan,’ Dies at 58

    Actor and comedian Steven Levy, aka Steve Bean, died Jan. 21 after a battle with cancer. He was 58 years old. Born in Lynn, Mass. and raised in Providence, R.I, Levy attended Carnegie Mellon University and cut his theatrical teeth performing stand-up at local Pittsburgh area nightclubs. In 1980, Levy teamed up with comic Chris […]

  • 'Ray Donovan' Renewed for Season 7

    Ray Donovan will remain in a New York state of mind for at least another year: Showtime has renewed the Liev Schreiber-fronted drama for Season 7. Production will begin in Spring 2019 in the Big Apple. The pickup comes as the show nears the end of its sixth season — its first to be set in […]

  • ‘Ray Donovan’ Actor Marion ‘Pooch’ Hall Faces Up to 6 Years on DUI, Child Abuse Charges

    “Ray Donovan” actor Marion “Pooch” Hall could receive up to six years in state prison after being charged with DUI and child abuse, the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office said Wednesday. In all, Hall was charged with one felony count of child abuse and one misdemeanor count each of driving under the influence of an alcoholic beverage and driving with a .08 percent blood alcohol content.

  • 'Ray Donovan' star Pooch Hall arrested for DUI — and letting 2-year-old son drive car

    "Ray Donovan" star Marion "Pooch" Hall was arrested in Burbank, Calif., on Wednesday for DUI and child endangerment.

  • Judge dismisses harassment charge against Liev Schreiber

    NYACK, N.Y. (AP) — A suburban New York judge has dismissed charges against Liev Schreiber for allegedly attacking a local photographer while the actor was filming the popular Showtime series "Ray Donovan."

  • The 30 best TV moments of 2017

    These are the 30 TV scenes that got us talking, laughing, crying, and, yes, in some cases, even throwing things at the screen.

  • 'Ray Donovan' season finale postmortem: EP David Hollander talks you-know-who's suicide and Season 6

    The showrunner teases the series' move to New York, and whether the fraught father-son relationship between Ray and Mickey can ever be repaired.

  • Your TV To-Do List: 'Stranger Things' returns

    This week's must-watch shows also include the season finale of 'Ray Donovan,' Lifetime's 'Flint' movie, and CBS's 'Michael Jackson's Halloween' special.

  • 'Ray Donovan' postmortem: Paula Malcomson talks Abby's shocking decision

    The actress takes us inside the making of one of the year's best TV episodes, "Horses."

  • In Memoriam: Jay Thomas's Best Moments

    The best moments from Jay Thomas's career.

  • 'Ray Donovan' Season 5 premiere postmortem: Yes, that character is really dead

    'Ray Donovan' showrunner David Hollander explains how the season will unfold after the shocking premiere.

  • ‘Ray Donovan’: A New-Season Shocker

    Darkness envelops the season premiere of “Ray Donovan,” airing Sunday on Showtime.

  • ‘Ray Donovan’ Season 5 Preview: Liev Schreiber Teases a ‘Shocking’ Family Secret

    The "Ray Donovan" cast shares a few juicy teases in this video that previews Season 5, premiering Aug. 6.

  • ‘Ray Donovan’ Season 5 Trailer Features Saucy Susan Sarandon, Spilled Secrets

    Susan Sarandon needs help settling a bit of a feud in the trailer for Season 5 of Ray Donovan.

  • Emmys: ‘Brockmire’ Star Hank Azaria Revisits the Sports Announcer’s ‘Sexual Astronaut’ Meltdown

    "Brockmire" star Hank Azaria, who is a contender in four Emmy categories, breaks down his character's meltdown in our "My Scene to Remember" series.

  • ‘The Wizard of Lies’: De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer as Malicious Madoffs

    HBO's Bernie Madoff drama The Wizard of Lies is sleek and compelling.

  • The Best TV Dramas of 2016

    I’m dividing my TV best list into two: dramas and (posting tomorrow) comedies, which means that, in this age of Too Much (Quality) TV, my 10 best is really a 20 best, and I still have notes on some 15 other shows that could have made the cut. In other words, TV year-end lists are currently a challenge to find ways of cram in all the stuff you like. Year-end lists are fun to compile and read — I like to read other people’s lists, to see where our tastes coincide or diverge. ...