Guy Ritchie has been set to direct and executive produce the Paramount+ Ray Donovan series, ‘The Donovans.’

The forthcoming series, which is currently in development, has been described as a loose adaptation of the hit Showtime series that ran for seven seasons. The original show starred Liev Schreiber as a professional “fixer” who worked in Los Angeles, taking on high-profile clients and solving their problems using any means necessary. While the new series will draw inspiration from the original, it is expected to feature a fresh storyline and unique characters that will set it apart from its predecessor.

The spin-off description reads; With the most powerful clients in Europe, ‘The Donovans’ will see family fortunes and reputations at risk, odd alliances unfold, and betrayal around every corner; and while the family might be London’s most elite fixers today, the nature of their business means there is no guarantee what’s in store tomorrow.

‘Top Boy’ scribe Ronan Bennett will pen all 10 episodes. The series is executive produced by Richie, Bennett, David C. Glasser, Ron Burkle, Bob Yari, David Hutkin and Ivan Atkinson.

Ritchie has already moved into the series territory, ‘The Gentleman’ starring Theo James and is set in the same world as Ritchie’s feature of the same name, will be hitting Netflix on the 7th of March.