Tea Leoni and David Duchovny
David Duchovny and Téa Leoni have separated again, according to Us Magazine...
Timothy Olyphant and Natalie Zea
Natalie Zea has locked in not one, but two jobs.
The actress signed a deal for Season 3 of Justified and has booked a recurring role on Californication, Deadline reports.
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Zea plays Winona Hawkins, the ex-wife of ...
Hot on the heels of the news that the real-life Kate Middleton will be visiting California, comes the report that the actress who portrayed her in the Lifetime film is heading to Californication.
Camilla Luddington, who played the Duchess of Cambridge in William & Kate, has signed on to the Showtime series in a recurring capacity, Deadline.com reports.
Showtime renews Californication; sets returns for Nurse Jackie, United States of Tara
Luddington will play...
Carla Gugino, David Duchovny
If you thought Hank Moody driving off into the sunset during the closing moments of Californication's fourth season felt like a series finale, you weren't the only one.
"This could have functioned as a series ending if we needed it to be," creator and executive producer Tom Kapinos tells TVGuide.com. "It was a nice little bookend to the opening of the pilot in a sense. So, I was fine with it sort of feeling like some closure, but at the same time, it was open for...
David Duchovny and Carla Gugino, Californication
Now that Californication's Hank Moody has been convicted of statutory rape, it's time for him to face the music.
Sunday's season finale (9/8c on Showtime) finds Hank (David Duchovny) awaiting his sentencing, and the outcome floors him. But you shouldn't necessarily expect the show's next season to resemble Oz.
With Hank's secret revealed, how much Californication is left?
"The consequences were never about the true legal repercussions," creator and executive producer Tom Kapinos tells TVGuide.com...
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On the heels of its most-watched series premiere, Californication has been picked up for a fifth season.
The Season 4 debut of the David Duchovny comedy drew 1.2 million viewers between its two airings Sunday.
Showtime also announced Friday that Nurse Jackie and United States of Tara will return on Monday, March 28. The Borgias, an upcoming period drama starring Jeremy Irons, will debut with a two-hour premiere on April 3 at 9/8c.
Californication faces a dilemma in Season 4.
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The Showtime comedy, which returns Sunday at 9/8c, ended its madcap third season with a gut punch: Hank (David Duchovny) was arrested on assault charges moments after telling his ex, Karen (Natasha McElhone), of his tryst with Mia (Madeline Zima), who, unbeknownst to Hank at the time, was underage. And while that reveal presents plenty of drama for Season 4, it also unearthed a crucial secret that's carried the show since the pilot.
"We've been using that event as a motor for behavior and plot since the beginning," Duchovny tells TVGuide.com. "And I guess that now that is no longer a secret, it is no longer a motor. In a way we're free of it, which will be interesting for the next year, and we'll have to...
Jeers to Californication for wasting Carla Gugino.
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Showtime's smarmy sex-com strands the gifted actress with a throwaway role as an attorney defending David Duchovny's sleazy writer. It's a pale reprise of her ball-busting turn as a Hollywood agent on Entourage.
Gugino deserves a better gig...
I asked some of our favorite TV stars to reveal their favorite Halloween costumes of all time. Here's what they said:
Chris Colfer (Glee): "I was a Venus Fly Trap when I was 18. My hands were the plant and then I spiked my hair and made it into a fly with wings. I made the costume myself and I won the best costume prize at the party."