Friday, December 27

David Duchovny at the Rock the Schools Concert in NYC

David Duchovny and some fans at the Gramercy Theatre in NYC. Katherine Heigl was spotted there too. December 5, 2013. (Rock the Schools Concert 2013) Promenade Music Entertainment presents the 3rd Annual Rock the Schools Concert proudly supporting the VH1 Save the Music Foundation. This intimate, acoustic show will feature performances by Josh Kelley, Blake Lewis (American Idol), Tyler Ward, Keaton Simons, Matt White, Rebecca Perl Music, Alexis Babini and Emily Katter. The show will be co-hosted by Z100 On-Air Talent, Trey Morgan and Carrie Keagan, Host of VH1's Big Morning Buzz Live with Carrie Keagan.  Updated+2

Sunday, December 22

David Duchovny at a Tennis Exhibition for The Valerie Fund

The Valerie Fundormer Tennis Pro and New Jersey Native Justin Gimelstob to hosted a Tennis Exhibition at Chatham's Centercourt Athletic Club to Benefit The Valerie Fund. Andy Roddick, James Blake, John Isner, Patrick McEnroe, Alex Bogomolov and T.V. Star David Duchovny and acclaimed model, Anne Vyalitsyna, participated  in the event. December 6, 2013. New Jersey. Updated with more pictures taken by Adam Wolfthal/New York Tennis Magazine

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Monday, December 9

Showtime promises "a beautiful and satisfying conclusion" for Moody

NEW YORK (AP) — The party will soon be over for David Duchovny and the television series "Californication."

Showtime said Monday that the series, which stars Duchovny as overly active Hollywood writer Hank Moody, will conclude after a 12-episode final season that begins next April. That will be the show's seventh season.
"Californication" has steadily gained in the ratings and its sixth season was its most-watched. Showtime didn't give any reason for the series ending.

Showtime President David Nevins says producers have promised a "beautiful and satisfying conclusion" for Moody.

SHOWTIME: SEASON 7 IS THE LAST FOR CALIFORNICATION

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The dark comedy starring David Duchovny will air its final episodes beginning in April 2014.



The dark comedy starring David Duchovny as novelist Hank Moody will wrap up after the upcoming seventh season, the network announced Monday. The half-hour series will return for its final 12 episodes in April 2014.

Showtime says that the remaining episodes will "neatly wrap up" the lives of the characters on the show, created by Tom Kapinos, including Karen (Natascha McElhone), Becca (Madeleine Martin), Charlie (Evan Handler) and Marcy (Pamela Adlon).

"With its unique blend of lyricism and excess, Californication has been one of our groundbreaking signature series," said David Nevins, Showtime's president of entertainment, in the announcement. "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."

Spoiler: Michael Imperioli reveals his character on Californication Season 7

Imperioli generously took the time recently to sit down during a roundtable interview at The Conrad Hotel in New York City to talk about filming 'Oldboy.' Among other things, the actor discussed how he continuously enjoys working with Lee, with the action mystery drama being their sixth film collaboration, as the filmmaker values his actor input ad opinions; how he built a backstory for Chucky, including the reasoning that he would so readily believe Joe after 20 years, because the two were always friends through difficult times since their adolescence; and how he's always been interested in screenwriting, which intensified when he appeared on 'The Sopranos,' as he wanted to vicariously live all the characters' lives through penning several episodes throughout the crime drama's run.

Q: You're also on the upcoming last season of 'Californication.'

MI: Yes, it's going to be on in a couple months. While I'm just on the last season, it's bittersweet for the people who have worked on it for all seven seasons. But it was a lot of fun, and it's a very funny show. Heather Graham was also on this season, and we had a lot of fun.

I played Rick Rath, a New York guy who used to be a cop, who moves out to Hollywood to become a writer. He's a TV show creator-showrunner-writer who's very bitter because he knows he's doing sh*tty work. But he's making lots of money, so he loves it. He hires David Duchovny's character (Hank Moody) to work on the show, and it's pretty fun.

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