Thursday, April 17

Recap: Kelly & Michael: David Duchovny on Guitar and Californication Finale - April 17, 2014

Kelly & Michael: David Duchovny

Californication star David Duchovny stopped by Kelly & Michael. He’s “an award-winning actor who’s been entertaining us and shocking us.” He came out and said, “Whoopi Goldberg has some big feet.”

Kelly and Michael: David Duchovny Guitar
Kelly & Michael remembered that Duchovny had said he was learning to play guitar. He still plays every week with his friends Matt and Jimmy. They teach each other. They may even record something soon.

The hosts asked Duchovny if he sings. He sings poorly, but he writes his own songs. His kids put their hands on the strings when he plays, so they probably don’t like it. Kelly & Michael asked Duchovny to come play if he records his music. He said he’s nervous but he’ll do it, he’ll need multiple tries though.

Wednesday, April 16

Heather Graham can't say a lot about Californication Season 7

Glamour: You will also appear in the final season of Californication as the mother of David Duchovny's long-lost son. What more can you tell us about it?

Heather Graham as Julia
Heather Graham as Julia in Californication (Episode 7x02)
Heather: Well, they’ve been telling me I can’t say a lot about the story, so I guess you got some advance secrets! But I loved working with David [Duchovny] and the show’s creator. In TV, when they cast you, they can sort of write for you, so as I got to play that role, they added a lot of fun stuff. I get to be really sassy—definitely the opposite of Flowers in the Attic. Instead of being this awful, screwed up mother, I’m this over-protective, almost overly doting, and loving mother.

Photo: David Duchovny attends 'The Library' opening night - April 15, 2014

Actor David Duchovny attends 'The Library' opening night celebration at The Public Theater on April 15, 2014 in New York City.  18 photos. Updated with HQ

David Duchovny on Fallon - April 22, 2014

David Duchovny will be on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. 
Air date: Tuesday. April 22, 2014
Guest: DAVID DUCHOVNY @davidduchovny
David Duchovny is a multiple Golden Globe winning actor who plays Hank Moody on Califonication.

Tuesday, April 15

'Californication's' Oliver Cooper: David Duchovny 'makes you a better actor'

After the revelation at the end of the Season 7 premiere of "Californication," you can expect Oliver Cooper's character Levon to be sticking around a while. After all, he's Hank Moody's (David Duchovny) other child.

For Cooper, who achieved his first fame through the found footage movie "Project X," working on the show is a dream. "This is my favorite acting job. There's more acting stuff to do," he tells Zap2it. "Getting to act on the same show as people like Michael Imperioli and David Duchovny makes you a better actor."

Monday, April 14

Californication Auction

Diehard viewers of The X-Files’ conspiracy-chasing FBI agent Fox Mulder might think aliens have had to reprogram David Duchovny to play Californication’s debaucherous author Hank Moody, but seven seasons on the Showtime series has only cemented Duchovny’s reputation as an incredibly versatile leading man. Part man-child, part devoted father, Hank is a complicated figure, and his career as a successful writer provides him with enough time on his hands to get into trouble. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering fans of Californication an opportunity to claim a piece of the hit series – including the shirt and pants Duchovny wore on-screen during the first-season episode “Absinthe Makes the heart Grow Finder.” Visit VIP’s Californication page to see all of the available items from the series! 
Auction ends April 18, 2014

Clips & Stills: Californication Episode 7x02 'Julia'

Californication: 7.02 “Julia”

Written by: Tom Kapinos
Directed by: Adam Bernstein
Guest Stars: Michael Imperioli, Oliver Cooper, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Chris Titone, John Madison Tye and Heather Graham
Co-Stars: DJ Lubel, Alonzo Bodden, Darrell Britt-Gibson, Jade Catta-Preta, Tara Holt, Michael Keeley

Hank’s (David Duchovny) first day in the Santa Monica Cop writer’s room brings aggravation by his new co-workers. Hank is surprised during a visit to Levon’s (Oliver Cooper) apartment. Things start looking up for Charlie (Evan Handler) and Marcy (Pamela Adlon) when he meets Rath’s (Michael Imperioli) new assistant (Tara Holt). Karen (Natascha McElhone) gets an unexpected surprise.

Californication Season 7: Episode 2 Clip - Smoking Hot
Levon surprises Hank with a person from his past.

CALIFORNICATION star David Duchovny gives the scoop on Season 7

CALIFORNICATION, created by Tom Kapinos and starring David Duchovny as very conflicted and sometimes debauched writer Hank Moody, begins its seventh and final season Sunday, April 13, at 9:30 PM.

It’s recently been announced that Duchovny is set to star as a police detective in NBC’s thirteen-episode series AQUARIUS, about Charles Manson. Duchovny is at a party thrown by CBS, Showtime and the CW for the Television Critics Association, where he talks a little about Hank’s big sendoff.

AX: Where do we find Hank at the start of Season 7?
DAVID DUCHOVNY: He’s got to get a job this year. He wants to provide for his family and be a family man this year, so he goes to work in the television industry. [joking] Because it’s just that easy.

FULL EPISODE - Stills & Clips: Californication 7x01 'Levon'

Written by: Tom Kapinos
Directed by: David Duchovny
Air Date: April 13, 2014
Guest Stars: Michael Imperioli, Oliver Cooper, Stephen Tobolowsky, Jonathan Kasdan, Roger Howarth, Tara Holt

Episode Synopsis
After his short-lived tour with Atticus Fetch, Hank Moody (David Duchovny) is eager to reunite with the love of his life, but things don’t go as planned with Karen (Natascha McElhone). Hank meets with Stu (Stephen Tobolowsky) and The Director (Jonathan Kasdan) on the TV adaptation of Santa Monica Cop and gets hired by showrunner Rick Rath (Michael Imperioli). A reporter, Levon (Oliver Cooper), asks to interview Hank for his college paper. Charlie’s (Evan Handler) performance anxiety leaves Marcy (Pamela Adlon) wondering what she got herself back into.

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Sunday, April 13

AV Club: Pamela Adlon on Californication 7 and meeting Duchovny for the first time

The actor: Pamela Adlon (or Pamela Segall, for those who’ve been following her work from the very beginning) began her acting career when she was just a youngster, making her film debut in Grease 2 at 16. From there, she popped up in a variety of movies and TV series throughout the 1980s and ’90s, eventually carving herself a niche as a voice actor (Recess, King Of The Hill) while also continuing her work in the world of live-action entertainment. Although Adlon is in the home stretch with her role as Marcy Runkle on Showtime’s Californication—the series’ sixth season is now on DVD, with the seventh and final season premiering on April 13— she continues to serve as a consulting producer on Louie, which returns to FX on May 5.

Saturday, April 12

TV Guide: David Duchovny On Will Hank and Karen Get Their Happy Ending?

David Duchovny knows a thing or two about saying goodbye to a long-running TV show.

Because the actor previously walked away from The X-Files after nine seasons, Duchovny says he knew what to expect when the time came to say goodbye to Californication, which kicks off its final season Sunday at 9:30/8:30c on Showtime. But knowing what to expect didn't necessarily make it any easier to leave the show behind.

"When the X-Files ended... I was ready to go off and try new things. I felt like I was ready to move on," Duchovny tells "I was pushing against that show at that time to get out, so I wasn't really allowing myself to feel the nostalgia, which I feel now much more. Spending seven or nine years with people is a significant chunk of your life; it's not something to downplay. ... It's cliché to say it's a family, but coming back year after year with the same people, there's a lot of sadness in moving on from that."

Friday, April 11

Extra: David Duchovny Californication's Final Season & Aquarius - April, 2014

Actor David Duchovny stopped by Universal Studios Hollywood to chat with "Extra" special correspondent Charissa Thompson about the seventh and final season of "Californication." Though David was tight-lipped on whether his character from the show, Hank Moody, will reunite with Karen, the actor did say he would consider doing a third "X-Files" film, and chatted about his upcoming NBC show, "Aquarius."

Listen: David Duchovny On Air with Ryan Seacrest - April 11, 2014

David Duchovny talks Final Season of Californication and his plans on talking with Ryan about his music album in the future. April 11, 2014

GQ: David Duchovny is Only Medium-Happy With Californication's Finale

With the final season of Californication premiering this Sunday, David Duchovny ends his run as cable TV’s favorite chain-smoking, lady-loving, alcoholic novelist, Hank Moody. We spoke with Duchovny about playing Hank, season seven’s big guest star, how things end (it’s spoiler free!) and, of course, all of that nudity.

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