After a shocking cancellation earlier this year, Showtime’s biggest show is coming to the big screen. Earlier today, Showtime officially unveiled the trailer for Ray Donovan: The Movie, the final chapter in the series spanning seven action-packed seasons. Based on the tense trailer, it appears to be a good send-off for one of television’s most beloved criminals, and will offer fans still in mourning the closure they didn’t have. pretty get from the end of the series.
“We listen to the fans, and we are just receptive to our audience,” said Showtime President of Entertainment Gary Levine. “I think this two-hour Ray Donovan movie will go a long way toward making that landing more graceful.”
According to Deadline, the film picks up right where the show’s seventh season ended, with Jon Voight’s Mickey on the loose and Liev Schreiber’s Ray determined to take down his father and end his streak of violence. It appears the film will also “weave the current fallout from the Donovan / Sullivan feud with Ray and Mickey’s origin story from 30 years ago,” leading viewers to the first episode of the series and hopefully responding to any. question from longtime fanatics. I still have about Donovan’s past.
In addition to Voight and Schreiber, several original cast members reprise their roles, including Eddie Marsan as Terry, Ray’s brother, Dash Mihok as Bunchy, Ray’s brother, Pooch Hall as Daryll, Donovan’s half-brother, Kerris Dorsey as Bridget, Ray’s daughter, Katherine Moennig as Lena, and Kerry Condon as Molly Sullivan. Fans will also be excited to learn that in addition to starring in the film, Schreiber also co-wrote the script alongside series showrunner and film director David Hollander. Ray Donovan: The Movie is scheduled to hit Showtime on Friday, January 14 at 9 p.m.