Liev Schreiber, who earned three Emmy noms for taking part in the titular fixer on Showtime’s just-canceled Ray Donovan, took to social media tonight to toast the collection and its followers with the only phrase “slainte.”
The Donovan character is Irish-American, and “sláinte” interprets to “cheers” in Irish and “well being” in Scottish Gaelic. Schreiber generally used it in the course of the collection’ seven-season run.
His actor brother Pablo Schreiber added a heartfelt response to the publish: “Congratulations on an amazing run! Your expertise, intelligence and management shine brightly. On to the following!”
Schreiber’s Donovan was an at-all-costs fixer for the wealthy and well-known initially from South Boston who labored in Los Angeles and later New York. He did no matter it took to get the messy jobs accomplished — all whereas attempting to guard his household and hold his ex-con dad (Jon Voight) from mucking issues up.
As information of Ray Donovan’s bubble standing circulated final month, Schreiber took to social media to thank followers for his or her help — and urge them to assist the present land an renewal.
“I do know the massive query on everybody’s thoughts is whether or not there shall be a season eight,” he wrote. “Reality is it’s within the networks palms. So if you need extra, attain out to them at @showtime, @raydonovan, and @CBS and allow them to know the way you are feeling. Both manner it’s been a tremendous experience and we’ve all of you to thank for it.”
Liev Schreiber Says ‘Ray Donovan’ Followers Ought to Let Showtime Know If They Need A Season eight
At TCA in January, Showtime Co-President of Leisure Gary Levine admitted that the drama was “nearing the top of its run.” Whereas hinting that a Season eight was probably, he stated a call on the collection’ future could be made within the subsequent few weeks.
That call got here Tuesday.
Created by Ann Biderman, Ray Donovan additionally starred Paula Malcomson, Eddie Marsan, Sprint Mihok and Pooch Corridor. Alan Alda and Zach Grenier joined extra not too long ago. Debuting in 2013, the collection was government produced by David Hollander, Mark Gordon, Bryan Zuriff and Lou Fusaro.