Articles for Californication Season 3

Many are not keen on the idea of watching yet another X-Files movie considering the 2008 film The X-Files: I Want to Believe only garnered mixed reviews and didn‘t prove to be a box office success. However, lead star David Duchovny remains optimistic in doing another installment of the infamous franchise that catapulted him to stardom.  Read more »
The Golden Globe nominations were revealed this morning, and on the TVside, returning dramas ruled while new comedies pushed old favoritesaside.  Glee claims to top spot with four nominations, for BestComedy Series as well as individual nominations for stars MatthewMorrison, Lea Michele and Jane Lynch.  Read more »
The results are in! The 67th annual Golden Globes, the first Hollywood award ceremony of the year, kicked off tonight at 8pm EST on NBC with several fashion hits and misses, teary acceptance speeches and some witty punch lines served by British comedian host Ricky Gervais. Read more »
Diane Farr has nabbed a role on the sophomore season of USA Network‘s crime comedy drama series White Collar, which returns with new episodes beginning July 13. The 40-year-old actress is popularly known for her roles on Rescue Me as Laura Mile, Californication as Jill Robinson and on Numb3rs as FBI agent Megan Reeves. Read more »
The folks at Showtime are busy nabbing guest stars for two of its highly anticipated returning series, Weeds, which kicks off its sixth season on August 16, and Californication, which returns for its fourth season in the fall. According to Eonline, Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Tommy Lee have landed guest spots on the two cable series. Read more »
This Thursday the 2010 Emmy nominations will be announced, and unlike past years, all eyes will be on the comedy field. With the brightest crop of freshman comedies in a long time, the Emmys could finally get young and hip with shows like Glee, Modern Family and Hung. This would be a nice change of pace from your grandma‘s Emmys where Everybody Loves Raymond and Two and a Half Men have ruled.See our Drama Emmy Preview>>The nominees will tell the tale of whether the old guard keeps the status quo or if the new generation is finally ready to breathe new life into a stale race. Will Glee, Modern Family and more cool new shows make the cut, or will Emmy voters default to Tony Shalhoub in Monk?  Read more »
The schedule for Comic-Con is being released, and we have the most important panels for Thursday, July 22 that you should check out. Headlined by a special discussion with TV masterminds J.J. Abrams and Joss Whedon, Thursday is fairly light for TV fans, with the big draws being shows from USA and Showtime, including the amazing Dexter.  Read more »
Addressing one of the most perplexing and entertaining topics Showtime has to offer, a panel was put together to address: The Anti-Hero. In attendance were cast members, and the masterminds behind them, all four shows: Weeds, Nurse Jackie, Dexter, and Californication.Jumping right into it each cast member was asked how they believed their character was relatable to the audience. In other words: what makes them so darn lovable? Here‘s what they had to say:  Read more »