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Ray Donovan

Network: Showtime

Episodes: 82 (hour)

Seasons: Seven

TV show dates: June 30, 2013 -- January 19, 2020

Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Liev Schreiber, Jon Voight, Paula Malcomson, Kerris Dorsey, Devon Bagby, Eddie Marsan, Dash Mihok, Pooch Hall, Elliot Gould, Steven Bauer, and Katherine Moennig.

TV show description:      

This TV show is set in the sprawling mecca of the rich, famous, and powerful players in Los Angeles. Ray Donovan is their go-to guy when they need their problems to disappear. It's not an easy job but things get more difficult when his father is unexpectedly released from prison.

Ray Donovan (Liev Schreiber) is a man of many faces. He's a cool, sophisticated Hollywood player but also a ruthless south Boston thug. He's a devoted family man who has trouble resisting come-ons from attractive clients,
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‘Ray Donovan’ Star Liev Schreiber Salutes Series After Cancellation By Showtime

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‘Ray Donovan’ Star Liev Schreiber Salutes Series After Cancellation By Showtime
Liev Schreiber, who earned three Emmy noms for playing the titular fixer on Showtime’s just-canceled Ray Donovan, took to social media tonight to toast the series and its fans with the single word “slainte.”

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Slainte.

A post shared by Liev Schreiber (@lievschreiber) on Feb 4, 2020 at 6:14pm Pst

The Donovan character is Irish-American, and “sláinte” translates to “cheers” in Irish and “health” in Scottish Gaelic. Schreiber sometimes used it during the series’ seven-season run.

His actor brother Pablo Schreiber added a heartfelt response to the post: “Congratulations on a tremendous run! Your talent, intelligence and leadership shine brightly. On to the next!”

Schreiber’s Donovan was an at-all-costs fixer for the rich and famous originally from South Boston who worked in Los Angeles and later New York. He did whatever it took to get the messy jobs done — all while trying to protect his
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‘Watchmen’ Recap: Dark Night of the Soul

‘Watchmen’ Recap: Dark Night of the Soul
A review of this week’s Watchmen, “Little Fear of Lightning,” coming up just as soon as I offer you a squid pro quo…

The revolutionary masterstroke of the Watchmen comic book is often presented as Alan Moore asking, “What if superheroes lived in the real world?” And there’s certainly a lot of that in both the comic and now this bizarrely grand television show. But both the comic and the show also draw a lot of their power from asking the inverse question: “What if real people lived in a superhero world?
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Watching Tombstone at an Old West Ghost Town with Val Kilmer Was Amazing

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Watching Tombstone at an Old West Ghost Town with Val Kilmer Was Amazing
I often talk about how environment and being in the right mindset have so much to do with how one processes a movie. If one, for example, watches a horror movie at 2 in the afternoon with a bunch of sunlight in a room with no other people on a laptop, it's probably not going to play the same way that it would in a packed, dark movie theater. With that having been said, it's hard to imagine anything better than watching Tombstone, one of the finest westerns we have, at an actual old west ghost town with Doc Holliday himself, Val Kilmer in attendance. That's something I recently had the good fortune of experiencing and it was, quite simply, a real treat.

This was a recent screening put on by the Alamo Drafthouse as part of their Rolling Roadshow. Basically, movies are screened in a fitting environment with an experience
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‘Deadwood’ and David Milch to be Honored at 35th Annual TCA Awards

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‘Deadwood’ and David Milch to be Honored at 35th Annual TCA Awards
Deadwood” has been selected for the Heritage Award and its creator David Milch has been selected for the Career Achievement honor, both which will be presented at the 35th Annual TCA Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 3.

The HBO Western blended factual diary entries and newspaper articles with a dose of imagination, redefining the genre for a new generation. The show originally for three seasons between 2004 and 2006 and recently returned for an original television movie in May of this year. During those seasons, it won eight Emmys and a Golden Globe. Its TV movie is currently nominated for eight more Emmy Awards. The acting ensemble of the show included Ian McShane, Timothy Olyphant, Molly Parker, Brad Dourif, Powers Boothe, Paula Malcomson, Gerald McRaney, John Hawkes, Kim Dickens.

Deadwood” now becomes the 18th series to take home the Heritage Award trophy from the Television Critics Assn. (TCA). Others before
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Lore on Amazon: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three?

Vulture Watch

Will the legends continue? Has the Lore TV show been cancelled or renewed for a third season on Amazon? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Lore, season three. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?

What's This TV Show About?

An Amazon Prime Video episodic anthology, Lore is narrated by creator Aaron Mahnke. Based on his podcast of the same name, each episode of Lore explores the folklore behind modern day horror stories. The season two cast includes: Josh Bowman, Doug Bradley, Thomas Kretschmann, Paula Malcomson, Maimie McCoy, Jürgen Prochnow, Emmett Scanlan, and Alicia Witt. Read More…
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Lore: Cancelled at Amazon; No Season Three for Horror Anthology Series

The horror, the horror! Amazon Prime Video has cancelled the Lore TV show so there won't be a third season.

An episodic anthology series, Lore is narrated by creator Aaron Mahnke. Based on his podcast of the same name, each episode of Lore explores the folklore behind modern-day horror stories. The season two cast includes Josh Bowman, Doug Bradley, Thomas Kretschmann, Paula Malcomson, Maimie McCoy, Jürgen Prochnow, Emmett Scanlan, and Alicia Witt. Read More…
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Emmys 2019: 10 Biggest Snubs

Emmys 2019: 10 Biggest Snubs
The 71st annual Emmy awards announced their nominations, with the usual mix of the familiar (Better Call Saul‘s Bob Odenkirk, Veep‘s Julia Louis-Dreyfus, the behemoth that is Game of Thrones) and intriguing fresh faces/choices (Barry‘s Anthony Carrigan, our beloved Fleabag, Catherine O’Hara and Eugene Levy for Schitt’s Creek!). Looking at the list as a whole, they did a pretty good job — which is not to say that, per usual, the voters didn’t made some unforgivable errors and omissions. They did. Trust us. Here
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Ray Donovan: Season Seven; Josh Hamilton, Kerry Condon and Louisa Krause Join Showtime Series

Ray Donovan has some new company. TVLine reports Kerry Condon, Louisa Krause, and Josh Hamilton have joined season seven of the Showtime TV show.

The gritty drama centers on Ray Donovan (Liev Schreiber), an La fixer who is the go-to guy for the Hollywood elite to make problems disappear. The cast also includes Jon Voight, Paula Malcomson, Kerris Dorsey, Devon Bagby, Eddie Marsan, Dash Mihok, Pooch Hall, and Elliot Gould.

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‘Ray Donovan’ & ‘Deadwood’ Actress Paula Malcomson Signs With ICM

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‘Ray Donovan’ & ‘Deadwood’ Actress Paula Malcomson Signs With ICM
Exclusive: Paula Malcomson has signed with ICM Partners.

The Belfast, Ireland native counts a number of prolific roles such as Abby Donovan, the wife of the title P.I. in Showtime’s Ray Donovan, Trixie the cunning saloon prostitute turned wife and mother in HBO’s Deadwood (a role which Malcomson recently reprised for the movie), Maureen Ashby in Sons of Anarchy and Katniss’ mother in The Hunger Games franchise. Malcomson shared a 2007 SAG ensemble award nomination in the TV drama series category for her turn in David Milch’s Deadwood.

Other films include Steven Spielberg’ A.I., The Green Mile, Tombstone, and such The Battlestar Galactica spin-off Caprica and Milch’s HBO series John From Cincinnati.

Malcomson continues to be managed by Jason Weinberg and Nikola Barisic at Untitled and represented by Kat Gosling at Troika.
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Sold Under Sin: David Milch Caps His Television Masterpiece with "Deadwood: The Movie"

“We’re all of us haunted by our own fucking thoughts. So make friends with the ghost, it ain’t going fucking anywhere.”—Al Swearengen, Deadwood: the MovieSouth Dakota, 1876, in the wake of Custer’s folly: a mining camp whose most influential and conniving citizens hope to be annexed by the United States government as they machinate against each other in their unabating pursuits for more money, more power. It’s place is called Deadwood, a lawless, sordid camp inhabited by gold chasers and hoople heads, dope fiends and gunslingers, craven murderers and even a few honest, hard-working folk. Al Swearengen (Ian McShane), a pitiless saloon owner who sells sex and uses murder to eradicate threats of competition, one of the camp’s first settlers, is the unaccredited leader, but his surreptitious sovereignty is threatened by other scheming parties. A former sheriff from Montana named Bullock (Timothy Olyphant) arrives, hoping
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Gerald McRaney on playing George Hearst for ‘Deadwood: The Movie’: ‘Eliminate all of the stuff that might look evil and play the actions’ [Exclusive Video Interview]

George Hearst might not be the worst villain ever played by actor Gerald McRaney, but he’s near the top of that list. The real-life wealthy miner and businessman character joined the series “Deadwood” for its third and final season 13 years ago as the main antagonist to the town. And now McRaney has returned for “Deadwood: The Movie” as a U.S. Senator still up to his murderous, devious ways.

For our recent interview (watch the exclusive video above), McRaney claims that most villains don’t think they are evil. He says, “One of the most important things that separates drama from melodrama is that if you’re tasked with playing a villain, you can’t play him villianously. You have to find all the things that justify all the things he’s doing and concentrate on that. Eliminate all of the stuff that might look evil and play the actions.
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2019 Emmy awards nominations ballot: See all 21 Best TV Movie contenders from ‘Agatha Raisin And The Curious Curate’ to ‘The Violet Hour’

2019 Emmy awards nominations ballot: See all 21 Best TV Movie contenders from ‘Agatha Raisin And The Curious Curate’ to ‘The Violet Hour’
The made-for-tv movie was a programming staple for the broadcast networks in the 1970s and 1980s. While it fell out of favor in the 1990s and was even dropped as an Emmy Awards category for three years beginning in 2011, it has been on an upswing as of late. This year, 21 telefilms are in contention for the five nominations that will be revealed on July 12.

All 22,000 plus voting members of the TV academy have until June 24 to cast their 2019 Emmy Awards nominations ballots for their favorite TV movies. In the past, voters were limited in the number of telefilms that they could put forth. In 2017 that cap (which was usually 10 per category) was lifted. And, as opposed to the Oscars, voters for the Emmys do not rank their choices and nominees are determined by a simple tally.

See 2019 Emmy nominations ballot: 732 programs vie for your consideration (that is 4 more than last
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Daniel Minahan (‘Deadwood: The Movie’ director): David Milch tapped into the ’emotional zeitgeist’ with long-awaited film [Exclusive Video Interview]

Daniel Minahan (‘Deadwood: The Movie’ director): David Milch tapped into the ’emotional zeitgeist’ with long-awaited film [Exclusive Video Interview]
“Over the years I’ve read a number of different versions of this script,” reveals “Deadwood: The Movie” director Daniel Minahan, “and every year, it never really came to fruition.” But perhaps this was precisely the right time for the long-awaited film that wraps up David Milch‘s celebrated western series, which ended its original three-season run on HBO back in 2006. “David managed to tap into what I feel is an emotional zeitgeist,” he believes. Watch our exclusive video interview with Minahan above.

See Timothy Olyphant interview: ‘Deadwood: The Movie’

Deadwood: The Movie” takes place 10 years after the events of the show’s third season. The large ensemble cast is headlined by Timothy Olyphant as Seth Bullock, a hardware store owner and sheriff, and Ian McShane as Al Swearengen, a sadistically violent pimp and saloon owner. Other series regulars who returned for the film include Molly Parker, Paula Malcomson, John Hawkes,
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‘Deadwood: The Movie’: How Director Daniel Minahan Revived David Milch’s HBO Western 13 Years Later – Crew Call Podcast

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‘Deadwood: The Movie’: How Director Daniel Minahan Revived David Milch’s HBO Western 13 Years Later – Crew Call Podcast
Daniel Minahan is no stranger to Deadwood having directed four episodes during the western series three season run on HBO, starting with Season 1, episode 8’s “Suffer the Children”.

It was an unforgettable beginning, as the episode guest-starred Kristen Bell pre-Veronica Mars as Flora Anderson, a grifter who infiltrates the town with her younger brother in an attempt to steal jewelry from Cy Tolliver’s (Powers Boothe) former madam, Joanie Stubbs. Let’s just say things don’t go Flora’s way. Minahan went on to direct “Mister Wu”, “Advances, None Miraculous”, and “A Two Headed Beast” sits upon. Blood spills, and Bullock, Trixie (Paula Malcomson) and Swearengen (Ian McShane) spring like cats on a fat rat.

Deadwood received 28 Primetime Emmy nominations and eight wins during its 2004-2006 run on HBO. Here’s today’s Crew Call with Minahan. Deadwood: The Movie can currently be seen on HBO and HBO Go.
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Movie Review – Deadwood: The Movie (2019)

Deadwood: The Movie. 2019.

Directed by Daniel Minahan.

Starring Timothy Olyphant, Ian McShane, Molly Parker, Paula Malcomson, W. Earl Brown, Dayton Callie, Kim Dickens, Brad Dourif, Anna Gunn, John Hawkes, Leon Rippy, William Sanderson, Robin Weigert, Brent Sexton, Sean Bridgers and Gerald McRaney.

Synopsis:

The Deadwood film follows the indelible characters of the series, who are reunited after ten years to celebrate South Dakota’s statehood. Former rivalries are reignited, alliances are tested and old wounds are reopened, as all are left to navigate the inevitable changes that modernity and time have wrought.

Ending an acclaimed TV show is tough in even the most fortuitous of circumstances, as evidenced by Game of Thrones‘ divisive recent series-capper. But because sky-high (and arguably unrealistic) fan expectations weren’t enough for HBO’s belated, two-hour Deadwood wrap-up, this “series finale” of sorts faced a heap of additional creative and personal roadblocks.

The issues are
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Performer of the Week: Fleabag's Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Performer of the Week: Fleabag's Phoebe Waller-Bridge
The Performer | Phoebe Waller-Bridge

The Show | Fleabag

The Episode | “Episode 4” (May 17, 2019)

The Performance | It’s fitting that Season 2 of Amazon’s top-notch comedy import finds its title character grappling with religion and chasing after a hot priest… because Waller-Bridge’s lead performance is something like a miracle. Effortlessly witty and disarmingly blunt, Fleabag shares her inner thoughts with us by addressing the camera directly, wearing her many flaws right there on her sleeve, and we can’t help but fall under her spell, thanks to Waller-Bridge’s magnificently charming turn.

We could honor her for any Season 2 episode, really — every
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Deadwood: The Movie Recap: So... Are You F--king Satisfied Now?

At long last… f—ing closure. Thirteen years after HBO erased Deadwood from the map, the acclaimed Western came galloping back onto the television landscape Friday night with a two-hour movie that aimed to do the near-impossible: bring to a satisfying conclusion a drama that was as well-loved as it was short-lived. And as far as this longtime fan was concerned, it succeeded… somewhat.

Written by series creator David Milch and directed by Daniel Minahan, Deadwood: The Movie picked up in 1889 as the titular town was celebrating South Dakota’s statehood. Along for the ride were nearly all of the show’s MVPs,
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‘Deadwood’: All 36 episodes, ranked worst to best, to celebrate the HBO debut of ‘Deadwood: The Movie’

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‘Deadwood’: All 36 episodes, ranked worst to best, to celebrate the HBO debut of ‘Deadwood: The Movie’
Saddle up, cowpoke, because the sun is set to rise once more on the town of “Deadwood.” The long-awaited TV movie, which picks up 10 years after the series ended, is finally headed to HBO on Friday, May 31. But before you unload your six-shooter and have a shot of whiskey at the Gem Saloon, take a look back at all 36 episodes from the show’s original three season run, ranked worst to best.

SEETimothy Olyphant Interview: ‘Deadwood: The Movie’

Created by David Milch, “Deadwood” centers on a mining town in South Dakota during the 1800’s that overrun with crime and corruption. The large ensemble cast was headlined by Timothy Olyphant as Seth Bullock, a hardware store owner and U.S. Marshal, and Ian McShane as Al Swearengen, a sadistically violent pimp and saloon owner. McShane and Olyphant are both returning for the film, as are Molly Parker, Paula Malcomson, John Hawkes, Anna Gunn,
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‘Deadwood’: All 36 episodes ranked worst to best

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‘Deadwood’: All 36 episodes ranked worst to best
Saddle up, cowpoke, because the sun is set to rise once more on the town of “Deadwood.” The long-awaited TV movie, which picks up 10 years after the series ended, is finally headed to HBO on Friday, May 31. But before you unload your six-shooter and have a shot of whiskey at the Gem Saloon, take a look back at all 36 episodes from the show’s original three season run, ranked worst to best.

Created by David Milch, “Deadwood” centers on a mining town in South Dakota during the 1800’s that overrun with crime and corruption. The large ensemble cast was headlined by Timothy Olyphant as Seth Bullock, a hardware store owner and U.S. Marshal, and Ian McShane as Al Swearengen, a sadistically violent pimp and saloon owner. McShane and Olyphant are both returning for the film, as are Molly Parker, Paula Malcomson, John Hawkes, Anna Gunn, Dayton Callie, Brad Dourif, Robin Weigert,
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