Ray Donovan has been renewed for a fifth season, Showtime's president and CEO David Nevins announced at the Television Critics Association summer tour on Thursday. Production for the 12, one-hour episodes will begin next year.
The news comes at a time when Ray Donovan, which stars Liev Schreiber as the titular main character of the drama, is having its best year ever — having grown in year-over-year ratings and earning its biggest haul of Emmy nominations yet.
Schreiber picked up his second consecutive nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor, Jon Voight earned his second for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series and Hank Azaria was also nominated for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series.
In addition, Ray Donovan's executive producer and showrunner David Hollander got a nomination for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series and the show got a sound mixing nod as well.
Ray Donovan airs Sundays at 9/8c on Showtime.