TCA: Larry David Explains Why Liev Schreiber Isn’t Credited in His Movie

Showtime's "Ray Donovan" pops up in HBO's "Clear History" — and that's kind of an issue, David says

Last Updated: July 24, 2014 @ 11:44 AM

Liev Schreiber appears in Larry David's new HBO film "Clear History," but without a credit.


"I think that's a Showtime issue," David said at a Television Critics Assn. panel Thursday.

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He explained to any who weren't in on the gossip: "There's kind of a Showtime-HBO thing."

HBO supported David's contention that Showtime didn't want the star of its new hit "Ray Donovan" being credited in an HBO show. But that didn't keep Donovan from showing up uncredited. "Clear History" director Greg Mottola (pictured with David) is one of Schreiber's best friends.

Showtime declined to comment.

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