Moving through the end of the year into 2014 always promises to be an eventful quarter for Showtime, bringing back our sinful Sundays with 'Shameless,' 'House of Lies' and 'Californication,' but not for long. The network confirmed that David Duchovny's 'Californication' will wrap up the series with its upcoming seventh and final season, beginning in April 2014.
Literally amazing news for 'Californication' fans today, as even though the sexy Showtime series won't maintain a presence at Comic-Con 2013 (you can still catch David Duchovny at the 'X-Files' reunion panel), the upcoming seventh season added yet another high-profile guest star. 'Parks and Recreation' star Rob Lowe will return as his troubled actor character, Eddie Nero, but for how long?
Though Showtime's long-running dramedy 'Californication' won't premiere its seventh season until sometime in 2014, we've already borne witness to some major Hollywood talent signing on to Hank Moody (David Duchovny)'s seventh cycle. In addition to the recent castings of 'The Sopranos' star Michael Imperioli, 'The Hangover's' Heather Graham and '24' star Mary Lynn Rajskub, young 'Project X' star Oliver Cooper has joined the potentially final season in a recurring role, but what might he represent to the sex-addicted author?
Though Showtime's long-running sex dramedy hit 'Californication' won't return until January 2014, Showtime has already made some serious castings for the potentially final season. In addition to the recently announced guest turn from 'The Sopranos' star Michael Imperioli, today Showtime has revealed that 'The Hangover Part 3' star Heather Graham and '24's' Mary Lynn Rajskub will take similarly meaty roles in 'Californication's' next cycle, but as who?
After wrapping up its sixth season this past Sunday with finale episode "I'll Lay My Monsters Down," Showtime's long-running dramedy 'Californication' has already begun putting together its seventh, and potentially final season. The latest from Hank Moody (David Duchovny)'s seventh season will see former 'The Sopranos' star Michael Imperioli taking on a major recurring role, but who will Christopher Imperioli be portraying in 'Californication's' future?
It's official, Showtime's "Sinful Sundays" are a big hit. Following increases in rating and acclaim, Showtime has opted to renew its Sunday triumvirate of 'Shameless,' 'House of Lies' and 'Californication' for additional seasons to begin airing in 2014. The move comes as something of a surprise for 'Californication' at least, thought to be on its last legs and debating the possibility of a spin-off featuring Maggie Grace's character "Faith." Find out what Showtime has to say about the renewals inside!
Showtime had itself quite a weekend, netting another round of awards for its Emmy-winning (now Golden Globe-winning) drama 'Homeland,' as well as its highest openings yet for sinful Sunday triumvirate 'Shameless,' 'House of Lies' and 'Californication.' But while 'Californication' grows long in the tooth for its sixth season, we've learned that Showtime has abandoned plans for a potential spin-off with season 6 guest star Maggie Grace. Find out why Showtime lost 'Faith' inside!
Hank Moody may have been to Hell and back, likely hitting on every woman between here and there, but don't expect the recovering sex addict to lay down any time soon. This January will see the debut of the long-running Showtime series 'Californication's sixth (and possibly final) season, as Hank's best-selling book "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" gets optioned for a rock-opera. But what does Hank think of the idea, based on this first-look teaser?
The fall TV season is barely underway, so can it be that we're really already looking forward to 2013? If you're looking for fresh 'Shameless, ' 'House of Lies' and 'Californication,' absolutely! Showtime has made its 2013 lineup official, kicking off with new adventures for the Gallaghers, Galweather & Stearn, and even Hank Moody, but which Sundays will be getting positively sinful with the network's new line-up?
Marilyn Manson, the controversial rock star who has had everything thrown at him by the press, including the kitchen sink, is branching out from his leather-clad, lipstick wearing, metal-infused rock operas to go into another medium -- acting.