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Californication First Look: Is Hank Ready to Rock?

Season 5 of Californication ended in a bit of a dark place: Hank ( David Duchovny ) was (possibly fatally) drugged by a bitter ex-girlfriend.  Based on the exclusive first look at Season 6 below, things will remain dark when the show resumes — at least for a little while. "We pick up days after that in the hospital, where Hank has survived but she hasn't," Duchovny says. "This season kind of begins with Hank spiraling down." Next stop: rehab! And with that comes the return of comedy... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Californication-Season6-Trailer-David-Duchovny-1057039.aspx?rss=breakingnews

‘Californication’ Season 6 Teaser: Should Hank’s Life Go From “Soap Opera” to “Rock Opera”? [Video]

This January, Hank Moody (David Duchovny) will be back to behaving badly on Showtime’s Californication . Showtime has released a short teaser for season six which finds Hank being confronted by a horrible idea: should his life be turned into a rock opera? Probably not, but his book will be getting the rock opera treatment if guest star Tim Minchin has anything to say about it. In fact, Hank’s life is about to see an influx of rock and roll types this season, including Maggie Grace ( Lost ) as a groupie who Hank will have an “unconventional relationship” with. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2012/10/15/californication-season-6-teaser-should-hanks-life-go-from-soap-opera-to-rock-opera-video/

'Californication' Season 6: David Duchovny 'always wanted' Hank Moody to die

"Californication" stars David Duchovny and Natascha McElhone are on the cover of the latest issue of LA Confidential, and inside, the actors dish on what's to come in Season 6, which will likely be the final season of the show. Somewhat surprisingly, they say that the fans' obsession with their characters' mercurial romance has invaded their off-screen lives. "I remember after the first season, someone came up to me, literally took me by the shoulders and shook me and said, 'You have to leave that guy!' I was like, 'It's okay, I'm not with him. And he doesn't really exist. It's a character,'" McElhone recalls. "They're so attached to it that they overidentify with her plight and they want to rescue her. It was kind of cute...but not really."Duchovny warns that the show isn't necessarily looking for a happy ending for these characters, particularly when it comes to Hank's considerable vices -- so keep your... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/08/californication-season-6-david-duchovny-always-wanted-hank-moody-to-die.html

Californication “Hell Ain’t a Bad Place to Be” (Season 5 Finale)

Californication  “Hell Ain’t a Bad Place to Be” Season 5 Episode 12  airs on Sunday, April 1 at 10:30pm on Showtime. Episode Synopsis:  In the Season 5  finale, Hank discovers the bartender at a local watering hole is his late friend Lew Ashby and wonders if he’s in Hell. Richard makes a startling announcement about Hank and Karen. Hank tries to make things right with Becca, but her news about Tyler leaves him stunned. On the set of “Santa Monica Cop,” Sam’s jealousy and fondness for firearms give Charlie an opportunity to show how much he loves his best friend and number-one client; Hank’s arsonist ex-girlfriend surprises him with a way for them to be together forever. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2012/04/01/californication-hell-aint-a-bad-place-to-be-season-5-finale/  
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