Exclusive Californication First Look: Hank Hits Rock Bottom (Again!) in Final Season

Hank Moody is finally ready to get his life together in the final season of Showtime’s Californication — premiering April 13 at 9:30/8:30c — but as you’ll see in TVLine’s exclusive first-look promo, it might already be too late.

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His first misfire comes when he tries to make amends with Karen. “I have always loved you, and I will always love you,” he tells her — just moments before she introduces him to her handsome new yoga buddy, played by Roger Howarth (General Hospital, One Life to Live). Strike one.

Then there’s Hank’s career. Considering he’s already “taken a s–t” on books, movies and theater, there’s only one medium left on which Hank can metaphorically defecate: television! And defecate he does, by sleeping with his actresses and fighting with his writers. Strike two.

Will Hank find a way to reach strike three? Given his track record, we’re remaining optimistic.

Hit PLAY on the promo video below for your first look at Californication‘s final season.


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  1. DavidSask says:

    As much as I love this raunchy show it needed to end as was same stuff year after year!

  2. sladewilson says:

    They should’ve ended it last year. I have a feeling Hank’s demise will be the ending for this show, which I would’ve rather seen him with Karen riding off with his middle finger in the air…

  3. John says:

    Don’t tell me, hank is going to end up faking his death and go into seclusion & become a lumberjack ….

  4. demoniam says:

    Never watched it, even for Duchovny, but I will for Roger Howarth!!

  5. Mark says:

    Should have moved the show on with Hank and Faith — the fact Maggie Grace isn’t coming back in this season is just sad. Just dont need more of Rob Lowe’s character he was good at first but now its just old and stale same with Karen.

  6. shaun says:

    They should have ended after season 4. In fact the last episode of that has him driving off into the sunset! Season 5 and 6 seemed to be the same to me.

  7. Bob Smith says:

    OK, so he dies in the final episode. Who didn’t see that coming?

  8. Jeff says:

    I think it could have ended perfectly after season 6. But [SPOILER] he went back for Karen

  9. edrebber says:

    I predict Hank will die on the toilet like Elvis