Donovan, the legendary folk pop troubadour, will be traipsing down the Berlin Film Festval’s red carpet tonight to celebrate his love for Italian movies and its ties to Otello, a Rome restaurant…
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Bryan Zuriff, exec producer of Showtime’s “Ray Donovan,” is taking a leave of absence from the show after he plead guilty in a New York online gambling case. Showtime released a statement saying…
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After producing record-breaking ratings for the pay TV net, “Ray Donovan” has been renewed by Showtime for a second season early into its first run. “Donovan,” created and exec produced by Ann…
Showtime drama "Ray Donovan" continued its hot ratings start Sunday night, becoming the network's first drama ever to build upon its series premiere.
The combo of vet “Dexter” and newcomer “Ray Donovan” produced solid ratings for Showtime on Sunday, with the latter setting a record for a premiere on the network. Nielsen estimates that the Liev…
Showtime's new drama "Ray Donovan" blends gloss with grit — and plenty of inside-showbiz references.
For every trouble-making actor who can't keep his sex tapes off TMZ, there's a fixer. For every high-powered producer with a former child star as his girlfriend, there's a fixer. Or at least that's…
It's eminently entertaining, if not initially quite worthy of a spot alongside TV's velvet-roped A-list.
Donovan, with co-founders Danny Zappin and Ben Donovan, expanded the Culver City-based online video company from eight employees in 2009 to nearly 300 today.
Showtime is going two for two on its drama development, giving series pickups to pilots "Ray Donovan" and "Masters of Sex."