Showtime ordered twelve more episodes of the David Duchovny–starring series.
“In Utero” finds nineties-era Hank and Karen contemplating their then-burgeoning relationship; contemporary Hank worrying over a lump on his groin; and Charlie rethinking his marriage.
'La Ronde' finds Marcy in treatment; Ashby, Charlie, Hank and Karen keeping (most of) their libidinal impulses in check; and 'Californication' getting all literary.
"Going Down and Out in Beverly Hills" drags out Hank's anticipation of Janie Jones for yet another episode, but offers up her cleaning lady for a temp job.
The show's bad blender drink of family and fornication gets frothier and more toxic this week.
This episode finds family and fornication all mixed up.
Inspired by episode five's title, we try to find an excuse to say, "Forget it, Hank, it's Vaginatown."
Having renounced 'Entourage,' we're now free to recap a far-less-guilty pleasure: 'Californication'!
The cable network copies a few ingenious 'Mad Men' fans for its own viral-marketing needs.
Plus: News about Trent Reznor!
Plus Peter Jackson, Charlie Sheen, and Prince on the Bible.
Over the past few days, yet-to-be-aired pilots for new shows, along with forthcoming episodes of Weeds and Brotherhood, found their way onto illicit file-sharing Websites.