Erin Fox interviews Madeleine Martin about THE X-FILES and a new boyfriend on CALIFORNICATION.|Californication|Madeleine Martin|Erin Fox|
Washed-up history professor Lewis Birch (Oscar and Emmy nominated Griffin Dunne) takes his begrudging teenage kids - Zoe (Madeleine Martin, "Californication") and Jack (Devon Graye, "American Horror Story") - on a road trip to a conference in hopes of putting his career back on track. But, when Lewis's estranged father Stanley (Emmy Award-winning Stuart Margolin) goes AWOL on a Lewis and Clark historical reenactment trek, Lewis is forced to make a family detour. The Birch family find themselves on a journey of discovery and connection as they make their own passage west.
Hank writes Karen a letter and reads it to her.
Stabler and Benson investigate the rape and murder of a prostitute who was run down by a driver.
This season on Californication, Hank Moody's life, like the economy, is officially turned upside down. The lack of writing assignments forces him to get a "real" job as a college professor while trying to keep wild child Becca on the straight and narrow with Karen still working in New York. Can he learn to keep "regular" hours and inspire the next generation of scribes? First, he'll have to stay on the right side of the dean of students, the dean's wife and a teacher's assistant who's immune to his charms... Meanwhile, Charlie's returned to the mainstream -- he's ditched the porn world for a job at a legitimate agency. His only problem is a boss/agency head who's more interested in him than her clients (hello, Rick Springfield!). It would all be manageable with Marcy by his side, but she's still bitter over his affair and is even back on the dating scene, which is further complicated since the two are platonically sharing the house - who can afford a divorce in a recession?
David Duchovny returns to television in a comedy series centering around one-hit wonder novelist Hank Moody (Duchovny), who struggles to help raise his 13-year-old daughter, while still carrying a torch for his ex-girlfriend Karen. Every day finds Hank in bed with another woman and two steps back from his ultimate goal: restoring his family. He wouldn't mind to revive his writing career either, if only he could get over his massive case of writer's block.
This season, Hank and Karen will finally rekindle their long lost romance. But their road to love will hit a major snag when Hank's new job as biography writer for a legendary music producer lands him waist-deep in his three favorite vices - sex, drugs, and rock & roll.
The sixth season of CALIFORNICATION returns with David Duchovny in his Golden Globe-winning role as hedonistic novelist Hank Moody. Moody continually struggles to be a good father to his college-aged daughter Becca (Madeleine Martin), while still carrying a torch for her mother, and his ex-girlfriend, Karen (Natascha McElhone). This season, noted actress Maggie Grace (Lost) has signed on for nine episodes as the infamous rock groupie Faith, who develops an unconventional relationship with Hank. She is joined in two episodes by her former Lost co-star Jorge Garcia as an old contact from Faith's past. International comedy star Tim Minchin takes on the role of Atticus Fetch, a mad-as-a-hatter rock star who will write the music for the Broadway production of Hank's hit novel. Fetch enlists the ever-cynical Hank to collaborate on the project, which he calls "...a rock opera about love conquering all." Notorious rocker Marilyn Manson will also make a guest appearance. CALIFORNICATION is created and executive produced by Tom Kapinos and executive produced by Duchovny.
Golden Globe winner David Duchovny is back in a bangin' new season of CALIFORNICATION - and Hank Moody has become hip hop's most wanted. Rich and powerful rap mogul extraordinaire Samurai Apocalypse (Wu-Tang's RZA) is pimped-out famous - and hell bent on getting our bad boy writer into more trouble than he's ever known. Don't miss the new season of the Showtime Original Series CALIFORNICATION, guest starring Meagan Good with RZA.
He's come a long way. After blowing every chance at love & happiness - and burning every bridge in Hollywood - Hank Moody is finally ready to put the past to bed. But as always, old indiscretions turn up to bite him squarely in the ass. Could it be too late to pull off a happy ending?
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