After seven seasons, Showtime’s series “Californication” is coming to a close. On Monday, December 9, TV Guide reports that the network has confirmed that Season 7 of the comedy drama “Californication” will be its last.
TV Guide reports, “’Californication returns for one more toss in the sack in April 2014. Showtime promises that these final 12 more episodes will wrap up the stories of Hank Moody, Karen, Becca, Charlie, and Marcy.”
“Californication” is described by TV Guide as about New Yorker Hank Moody, a writer going through a major writer’s block. He balances his womanizing ways with his career, his ex-girlfriend and his daughter.
According to the source, in this final season, “Hank is now a writer on the TV series based on his unreleased film ‘Santa Monica Cop.’ Michael Imperioli plays his boss, executive producer Rick Rath, who frequently riles up Hank. Also in the writers' room are Goldie (Mary Lynn Rajskub) and Alonzo (Alonzo Bodden). Guest star Heather Graham plays an old friend, bringing more chaos to Hank's life.”
The American comedy-drama series debuted on Showtime six years ago on August 2007. Throughout its run, it has won an Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award, among many nominations.