‘Californication’ Series Finale: Will Hank End Up With Karen Or Julia?

Sun, June 29, 2014 1:11pm EDT by 2 Comments

After seven seasons, Hank is coastin’ away, and ‘Californication’ is coming to a close. How will the series end for Hank? WATCH a sneak peek here!

Showtime’s hit series Californication is taking one last ride down the west coast on June 29. Hank (David Duchovny) is at a crossroads between his muse and long-time love Karen (Natascha McElhone), and old fling Julia (Heather Graham). What lucky lady will Hank be driving off into the sunset with?

‘Californication’ Series Finale — Watch Sneak Peek

Californication follows Golden Globe-winner David Duchovny, who also serves as an executive producer, as a self-destructive alcoholic writer who fights to balance his intense sex drive, unpredictable career, loving daughter, while somehow trying to manage a relationship with his ex-girlfriend, the mother of his daughter.

In the series’ final episode (watch below), Hank and his daughter discuss her plans for marriage, during an intimate stroll along the water. Their chat seems to be going well, until she drops the news that she doesn’t believe that she should could have a successful marriage because of her father. She throws it in his face: “You only let us down… and I am my father’s daughter.”

But was that all a nightmare?! Because in the next shot Hank wakes up in a panic only to be creepily greeted by his friend Charlie (Evan Handler) in his bed. It seems Charlie was also having a rough night and just needed someone to cuddle. Bromance alert.

‘Californication’ Ends On A High Note

David is proud of what came out of the Showtime series, but is sad to say goodbye after seven seasons. “There’s some sadness… I feel good,” David told TV Guide Magazine. “[Executive producer] Tom Kapinos did a great job pulling everything together.”

Over the course of its run, Californication has received many accolades, including five Emmy nominations and two wins, six Golden Globe nominations and one win and a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination.

As for the former X-Files star, he begins shooting NBC’s Aquarius next month, where he will play a cop tracking the notorious criminal Charles Manson. Looks like it’s back to creepy TV for David!

What do you think, HollywoodLifers, are you upset to see Californication go? Let us know your all-time favorite episode!

— Brittany King

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