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Sneak Peeks to the New Season of 'Californication'

November 16, 2010 (4:36 am) GMT
Hank will have to deal with the fall-out from his one-night-stand with then-underage pseudo step-daughter Mia going public.

It's less than two months away from the fourth season premiere of "" and Showtime has released a teaser as well as behind the scene featurette which would give viewers a clue about what Hank Moody would do next. The last time we saw of the troubled writer was when he was escorted by police officers for assaulting Paul.

It looks like the fourth season would be about redemption. "We ended up with Hank going to jail so that was the low point and this season we're gonna rise up again," who plays Hank said. Madeleine Martin aka Becca added, "This season is about love, lost and carrying on." The BTS footage which uses ' "Jealousy" as the background music, also reveals that Hank resorts to prescribed pills and alcohol during his dark hours.

The teaser, meanwhile, gives a little footage from the new season and the first look scene of guest stars and . The former is playing movie star Eddie Nero who is interested in playing Hank in a movie adaptation of Hank's novel. Lowe is signed for three episodes. Gugino is to stay longer in the season, playing Abby the "likeable corporate attorney" and new love interest for Hank.

"Californication" returns January 9 at 9/8c on Showtime. Others to appear in the season are , , and .



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