What makes the complacent ending sting is knowing that "Californication" was at one point a complex program with dark, human undertones and aninventive presentation. Having generally worn out its welcome several seasons earlier, Californication ended its seventh season run Sunday with the kind of whimper Hank Moody himself would disdain. It's no wonder the series is coming to an end-there is nowhere left for Hank Moody to go.
In letter-grading and spirit, Californciation has been the ultimate B-TV show.
Alas, the swan-song episodes is emblematic of what's been fun about the show but also the balancing weight of what's wrong with it, including a slightly cloying aspect to the central relationship that makes it hard to care about its outcome.
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Season 7 Black Lightning: Season 2 DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Season 4 Doctor Who: Season 11 The Flash: Season 5 This Is Us: Season 3 Saturday Night Live: Season 4 The Walking Dead: Renewed and Cancelled TV Shows View All Photos Season 7 of the cable dramedy that chronicles the carnal escapades of novelist Hank Moody David Duchovny begins with Hank eager to reunite with Karen Natascha McElhonethe love of his life, but things go quite as planned.
Of course, Hank doesn't exactly see eye-to-eye with his colleagues in the writers' room, which leads to bickering and resentment. But that's not Hank's biggest problem. A reporter named Levon Oliver Cooper interviews Hank for his school newspaper. But the young man is more interested in Hank's sex life than his career, and Hank soon learns why.
Hank had sex with Levon's mother Heather Graham nine months before Levon was born. Tom KapinosDavid Duchovny. David Duchovny as Hank Moody. Natascha McElhone as Karen. Pamela Adlon as Marcy. Madeleine Martin as Becca. Evan Handler as Charlie.
Stephen Tobolowsky as Stu Beggs. Oliver Cooper as Levon. Michael Imperioli as Rick Rath. Mary Lynn Rajskub as Goldie. Heather Graham as Julia. Jon Kasdan as The Director.
Maggie Grace as Faith. Tara Holt as Melanie. Steve Jones as Krull. John Madison Tye as Terry. Chris Titone as Hugh.