Ray Donovan (2013– )
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Faith. Hope. Love. Luck. 

When one of the police officers' heads turns up and the Donovans are implicated in the murder, Ray finds his work with his therapist threatening to unravel.

Director:

Joshua Marston

Writers:

David Hollander, Ann Biderman (created by)
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Liev Schreiber ... Ray Donovan
Eddie Marsan ... Terry Donovan
Dash Mihok ... Bunchy Donovan
Katherine Moennig ... Lena
Pooch Hall ... Daryll
Kerris Dorsey ... Bridget Donovan
Graham Rogers ... Smitty
Jon Voight ... Mickey Donovan
Sandy Martin ... Sandy Patrick
Louisa Krause ... Liberty
Michael Esper ... Adam Rain
Zach Grenier ... Ed Feratti
Josh Pais ... Stu Feldman
Josh Hamilton ... Kevin Sullivan
Tiler Peck ... Britney Muller
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Ray brings Mickey to the FBI to turn himself in. Four months later, when one of the police officers' heads turns up and Ray and his family are implicated in the murder, Ray finds his work with his therapist threatening to unravel. Meanwhile, Mayor Feratti is back to his corrupt ways with increasingly unsavory jobs for Ray, including blackmailing a powerful family from the Donovans' Boston past. Written by SHOWTIME

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Crime | Drama

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TV-MA

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Release Date:

17 November 2019 (USA) See more »

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New Season starts with a dud
20 November 2019 | by simon-830-142388See all my reviews

Poor start to a new season, if this had been episode 1 of season 1, i probably would never have watched episode 2. Hopefully the show gets back to its normal excellence.


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