The original novel as seen in Showtime’s Californication, starring David Duchovny.
The critically acclaimed show, Californication, is one of Showtime’s highest rated programs. Averaging about two million viewers an episode, it is the most successfully rated freshman series in Showtime history. A Golden Globe nominee for Best Television Series (Comedy or Musical), Californication features an electric, likeable cast, led by actor David Duchovny, who won a Golden Globe for his performance playing Hank Moody.
God Hates Us All is the novel written by Duchovny’s character, Hank Moody, which in the show is turned into a Hollywood film entitled A Crazy Little Thing Called Love. Timed to coincide with the premiere of the Season 3 of the hit series, this will allow fans an extra, backstage look at the concept of the show not available through episodes.
Hank Moody's critically acclaimed novel, God Hates Us All, was made into the major motion picture A Crazy Little Thing Called Love. Originally from New York, he currently lives in Los Angeles, where the sunshine exacerbates his writer's block. He has a twelve-year-old daughter, Becca, with his ex-girlfriend Karen, and until the three of them are together, he'll take whatever he can get.