If you have not been watching the television program Ray Donovan, well... I get it I get it. There are a lot of choices out there when it comes to escapism via hour-long dramas, but you should give this show a chance, it's got it all: Sexy Liev Schreiber cleaning up all of Hollywood's dirty deeds, a bumbling crew of Irish (via Boston) brothers who run a boxing joint, the goddamn gift that is Eddie Marsan's acting, a loose cannon cartoonish dad, Susan Sarandon, an unrealistic amount of bodies to bury, and heartwarming father-son moments/comedic breaks:

And now the show, which was just renewed for a sixth season, will be relocating from Los Angeles to NYC, where Ray, his daughter, and some other key players have found themselves throughout season 5 (which concludes on Sunday).

Schreiber told Vulture, "It’s important to shuffle the deck. Bringing Ray to New York is going to be very exciting for everybody. It’s great for me because my kids are here, so I’m thrilled. And I think the show could use a shot in the arm."

Showrunner David Hollander got a little more into it with Variety, saying: "For our show, creatively, New York is exciting. Fashion, media, finance, theater, culture. It’s going to present new challenges for Ray Donovan which mean new opportunities for us as dramatists. Ray came to Los Angeles to build a life for himself and his family. They’re not there anymore. Ray’s career has changed and he is looking for a place to rebuild his life. Ray thinks he went to New York to help his daughter. He’s going to find out he’s there to help himself." Aw.