'Ray Donovan': Liev Schreiber and Jon Voight explore fathers, sons and fame

Is the best writer to explore male issues a woman? If she's Ann Biderman, maybe so.An Emmy Award winner for her work on the hard-hitting "NYPD Blue," Biderman went on to create the critically acclaimed -- and equally tough-minded -- LAPD drama "Southland."On Sunday, June 30, Biderman returns to television with the premiere of Showtime's "Ray Donovan," starring Liev Schreiber as a two-fisted "fixer" in Los Angeles cleaning up the messes of out-of-control celebrities, superstar athletes and business executives.At the same time, Donovan is also trying to protect his wife (Paula Malcolmson) and children (Devon Bagby, Kerris Dorsey) from his father, Mickey (Jon Voight), who unexpectedly gets out of prison in Boston and lands on his son's doorstep.The hard-living Mickey also drops like a bomb into the lives of his other two sons: troubled addict Bunchy (Dash Mihok) and Terry (Eddie Marsan), a former boxer coping with Parkinson's disease and running a boxing gym. There's...



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