One of Showtime’s biggest hits is bach for an encore when Ray Donovan: The Movie premieres on Friday, January 14. The series, which ran seven seasons before ending in 2020, starred Liev Schreiber as Ray Donovan, a “fixer” who cleans up messes made by his wealthy clients through bribes, payoffs, threats, and other illegal activities. The series often focused on Ray’s complicated relationship with his father, Mickey (John Voight), who is under surveillance from the FBI for his illegal activities. The new movie brings the story full circle, as Ray’s past comes back to face him, and the whole family struggles to pull away from their violent, troubled past in a final showdown. Meanwhile, Mickey is once again on the run, leaving a wake of carnage behind himself, and Ray is determined to stop him. Read on to learn how to watch Ray Donovan: The Movie.
Where To Watch Ray Donovan: The Movie
You can stream Ray Donovan: The Movie on the Showtime app beginning January 14. Showtime costs $10.99 per month after a 30-day free trial. However, there is no commitment, and if you cancel within the trial period, you will not be charged. Once you subscribe, download the Showtime app to your supported device to watch Ray Donovan: The Movie and other Showtime Originals, movies, and more. The Showtime app is supported on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV devices, and modern browsers. You can also use the Showtime App on iOS and Android devices and LG, Xbox, and Samsung smart TVs. You can also sign up for Showtime through the following streaming services: Hulu, DIRECTV STREAM, Sling TV, fuboTV, YouTube TV, and Amazon Prime. Check out our guide on how to watch Showtime online without cable for more details.
The Showtime App
Once you sign up for Showtime, you can watch by downloading the Showtime App to one of the supported devices below:
The Showtime app requires an internet connection and recommends a consistent download speed of 5 Mbps for best quality.
How to Watch Ray Donovan the Series
Ray Donovan ran on Showtime for seven seasons and was a major hit for the premium cable network. It was nominated for numerous major awards, including several Golden Globes and Primetime Emmy Awards, winning several. The entire series can be found on Showtime, so you can binge-watch it all over again.