You have to give Ray (Liev Schreiber) some credit: he's back in New York City, trying to be the best family man he can be, keeping some stready work – hell, he even has Alan Alda as his therapist. No reason things shouldn't go nice and smooth for the iconic, ass-kicking fixer. But if you're reading this, then you're most likely not new to Showtime's Ray Donovan – so if you think everything is going to be "cool like Fonzie" then we have just one question for you…
You've met Ray's family… right?
Here's a look at the seventh season of Ray Donovan, set to premiere on Sunday, November 17, at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
Season seven of RAY DONOVAN finds Ray (Liev Schreiber in his three-time Emmy nominated and five-time Golden Globe nominated role) working to be the man his family needs him to be. While he makes progress with Dr. Amiot (five-time Emmy and Golden Globe winner Alan Alda), there are dangers from the past that require the Ray Donovan of old.
Between NYC mayor Ed Feratti (Zach Grenier), an unrelenting NYPD officer hunting for the truth and clients old and new, Ray struggles to find the balance between fixing for clients and fixing himself. And when Feratti's corruption brings a piece of Mickey's past (Jon Voight, in his Emmy-nominated and Golden Globe-winning role) back to New York, Ray is forced to seek answers to long-buried questions.
Meanwhile, Bunchy (Dash Mihok), hoping for a fresh start, bunks in Ray's apartment and works stocking shelves at a pharmacy. Terry (Eddie Marsan) is offered a new, unconventional healing opportunity. Daryll (Pooch Hall) struggles to figure out where he fits into the Donovan clan. Bridget (Kerris Dorsey) and Smitty (Graham Rogers) face the realities of married life.
A SHOWTIME production, RAY DONOVAN is executive produced by David Hollander, Mark Gordon, Bryan Zuriff and Lou Fusaro, and was created by Ann Biderman.