Showtime's 'Ray Donovan' Features Monarchy Titles

LOS ANGELES — Monarchy Distribution’s titles are going to get major mainstream exposure on the Showtime series “Ray Donovan” airing this Sunday.

The fourth episode will give the show’s estimated 2 million viewers a glimpse of Monarchy’s XBIZ-nominated Black Storm Productions library, a line specializing in black and interracial content.

"I have been waiting for this day to come for months" Monarchy/Black Storm owner Mike Kulich said. "’Ray Donovan’ is a great show and since it started I have been glued to the TV. We were so flattered when we were approached about our movies to be included in this new hit series and can't wait to see our hard work  displayed to mainstream America."

“Ray Donovan” takes place in Los Angeles, where Ray Donovan (Liev Schreiber), who is originally from South Boston, is a "fixer" for a powerful law firm that represents the rich and famous. However, he experiences his own problems when his father, Mickey Donovan (Jon Voight) is unexpectedly released from prison.

The pilot episode debuted June 30, breaking the channel’s viewership record to become Showtime’s biggest TV premiere of all time.

The upcoming episode, ironically titled "The Black Cadillac" will air this Sunday at 10 p.m. on Showtime.

Black Storm Productions is exclusively distributed by Vantage Distribution.