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There was an absolute outrage a few days ago when it was confirmed that Liev Schreiber's supremely popular and loved show, Ray Donovan was canceled.
But it seems there may be a chance that it isn't canceled-canceled per se.
In an Instagram post late Wednesday, Liev Schreiber wrote, "Too early to say where or when, but with a little luck and your ongoing support, there will be more Ray Donovan" (see the full post below).
Showtime declined to comment. The Hollywood Reporter has also reached out to producer Entertainment One and will update this story with any comment from the studio.
Showtime's cancellation of the series came as a surprise, as the seventh season ended with a cliffhanger in January. Showrunner David Hollander has said in interviews that he was preparing for another season.
Schreiber's comments come as Showtime's parent company, ViacomCBS, is looking to expand streaming platform CBS All Access to feature programming from across the company's portfolio, which includes Comedy Central, BET, Paramount Network, MTV and VH1.
Showtime co-head of entertainment Gary Levine told reporters at the Television Critics Association's press tour in January that the drama series was "nearing the end of its run" and noted that the show was always intended to run "about seven or eight seasons."