Showtime announced that Hank Moody’s womanizing days are over. After everything the Moody’s have gone through, Showtime promises that the remaining episodes will “neatly wrap up” the lives of the characters on the show. “Californication” is one of Showtime‘s longest-running series, boasting with the highest-rated season ever in season six, which averaged 2.9 million weekly viewers across platforms.
During its run, “Californication” has won two out of its five nominations at Emmys while David Duchovny won a Golden Globe for his performance. The series created by Tom Kapinos, revolves mainly around the turbulent lives of Hank Moody (David Duchovny), ex-wife Karen Moody (Natascha McElhone), their daughter Becca Moody (Madeleine Martin), Hank’s best friend and agent Charlie “Runkle” (Evan Handler) and Carlie’s ex-wife Marcy (Pamela Adlon).
Showtime’s Entertainment President David Nevins said in a statement:
“With its unique blend of lyricism and excess, Californication has been one of our groundbreaking signature series,”
“We will always be indebted to Tom Kapinos for leading the creative charge on this memorable comedy, and to David Duchovny for making us root for an unapologetic hedonist like Hank Moody. Tom has carefully planned the final chapter of Hank’s journey and has brought it to a beautiful and satisfying conclusion for new and longtime fans alike.”
The final season will see Hank joining the writers of the “Santa Monica Cop” movie that was never released, now becomes a television series of the same name. Mary Lynn Rajskub and Alonzo Bodden guest star as fellow writing members. Michael Imperioli will also guest stars as the show’s old-school executive producer Rick Rath. The arrival of Hank’s old friend Julia (guest star Heather Graham) will complicate things even further with Karen.