Ray Develops a Last Ditch Effort Plan in the Season Finale of “Ray Donovan”

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15 September 2016
Ray Donovan
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“Ray Donovan”
Season Finale Sunday, September 18 at 9 PM ET/PT on SHOWTIME
          RAY DONOVAN stars Liev Schreiber in his three-time Golden Globe® and Emmy-nominated role as L.A.’s best professional fixer – the man called in to make the city’s celebrities, superstar athletes, and business moguls’ most complicated and combustible situations go away.
          This season, Ray has attempted to return to the fold of his family and the church in the wake of his confession to Father Romero (Leland Orser). But this second chance at redemption is tested when he meets professional boxer Hector Campos (Ismael Cruz Cordova) and his volatile sister Marisol (Lisa Bonet), who harbor a dangerous secret.


          In the aftermath of last season’s shootout with the Armenian Mafia, Ray is drawn into the web of Sonia Kovitzky (Embeth Davidtz), a wealthy art connoisseur who is determined to use Ray to further her agenda. Meanwhile, Mickey (Jon Voight, in his Emmy® nominated and Golden Globe® winning role) finds himself on the run in Nevada, scheming to exploit local casino owner Little Bill Primm (Ted Levine). Newlyweds Bunchy (Dash Mihok) and Teresa (Alyssa Diaz) struggle to maintain their connection to each other as they prepare for their first child.
          Following his life-threatening injury, Terry (Eddie Marsan) channels his energy into the Fite Club, enlisting the help of Daryll (Pooch Hall) to train a new recruit. And Abby (Paula Malcomson) receives shocking medical news that leaves her questioning her role as a wife and mother. A newly independent Bridget (Kerris Dorsey) provides comfort and support during this tumultuous time as Conor (Devon Bagby) begins to assert his autonomy with disastrous results.
          This season’s eclectic line-up of guest stars have included Emmy nominee Lisa Bonet, Golden Globe winner Stacy Keach, Oscar nominee Diane Ladd, Golden Globe winner Dabney Coleman, Embeth Davidtz, Ted Levine, Gabriel Mann, Ismael Cruz Cordova, Chris Coppola and Billy Lush.  


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