Californication is still on!
With the naughty bits blurred out.
To play Marilyn Manson.
Can it please be titled Coloradorgasm?
Shameless is the network's second most popular show.
Californication and Shameless: now on YouTube, because Showtime understands how your life works.
His show, 'Episodes,' gets a premiere date.
At this rate, he'll be appearing on every network come the fall.
Hank is a sloshed, sad King Poseidon to his mermaids.
"This is the worst day of my life," says Hank Moody. But it’s a day that begins and ends with sex.
Hank faces down Karen, kisses Charlie.
Madeleine Martin: the Mr. Spock of adolescent pain.
Three of the women Hank's sleeping with arrive on his doorstep early one morning, along with their husbands, children, stripper buddies, his agent, and Rick Springfield.
Hank moves to dispatch his pesky love interests.
We learn some unfortunate things about the Moody family.
An old friend, and old TV tropes, come for a visit.
Hank Moody: “I’m like flypaper for the emotionally disturbed.”
"Don't put daddy in a corner!"
Crushing on Hank Moody!
Meet Felicia, Jill, and Jackie.
Kathleen Turner is all set to join the cast of 'Californication.'
'Le Petite Mort' proves a less than orgasmic season finale: Charlie realizes he may have made a grave error, Sonja gives birth, and a New York job offer prompts Karen and Hank to once again reevaluate their relationship.
Mia celebrates the release of the book she stole from Hank, Becca learns what it is to love and lose, Charlie destroys his marriage, and Ashby atones for Hank's sins.
Showtime ordered twelve more episodes of the David Duchovny–starring series.