"After seven incredible seasons, "Ray Donovan" has concluded its run on Showtime", the network said in a statement, as reported by Deadline. Schreiber sometimes used it during the series' seven-season run. "We are proud that the series ended in the middle of such a strong audience and with such a powerful note. Our deepest thanks go to Liev Schreiber, Jon Voight, showrunner David Hollander and your entire solid and crew, previous and current, for his or her devoted work".
The seventh season of Ray Donovan averaged a 0.13 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 932,000 viewers. Still, in many ways, the season 7 finale does feel like a series ender by putting a bow on some of its other storylines.
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The Showtime crime drama series, which stars Liev Schrieber as the titular crime fixer, will not get an eighth series and the finale of series 7, which aired on January 19, will be the show's final episode. "Nothing has been decided yet but it's fair to say it is nearing the end". Ray Donovan also follows the lead character's home life, with Paula Malcomson playing his wife Abby and Eddie Marsan, Dash Mihok, and Pooch Hall as his brothers. If it had continued, Ray Donovan would be the longest running script series on Showtime; now the honor will come to billions. I've been reading your comments, and the outpouring of love and support for our cast and crew has been truly overwhelming. In the wake of the cliffhanger-y Season 7 finale, Schreiber took to Instagram on January 21 to thank fans for their "outpouring of love and support for our cast and crew", before addressing the elephant in the room: "I know the big question on everyone's mind is whether there will be a Season 8".
At the time, he admitted an eighth season was "in the network's hands", and encouraged fans of the show to tell Showtime if they want to see an eighth season.