Californication, House of Lies 

New DVDs Tuesday, Dec. 18

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Californication: Season 5
Hank (David Duchovny) returns to Cali to write the script for a hip-hop mogul’s (RZA) film debut, Santa Monica Cop—naturally, this calls for ridiculous amounts of sex, booze and drugs. Consistency is important in TV. (Showtime)

House of Lies: Season 1
Ruthless marketing consultants (Don Cheadle, Kristen Bell, Ben Schwartz and Josh Lawson) make bastard people look good—naturally, this calls for ridiculous amounts of sex, booze and drugs. Consistency is important in TV. (Showtime)

The Life & Times of Tim: Season 3
The funniest animated series ever cancelled twice by HBO, The Life & Times of Tim follows an NYC corporate drone (voiced by creator Steve Dildarian) who never fails to make the worst decision. Like the one HBO made. Twice. Just sayin’. (HBO)

Shameless: Season 2
The Gallagher clan (including William H. Macy and Emmy Rossum) struggles to make ends meet during a sizzling Chicago summer—naturally, this calls for ridiculous amounts of sex, booze and drugs. Consistency is important in TV. (Warner Bros.)

Total Recall
Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel, Bryan Cranston and Bill Nighy star in the remake of the ’80s sci-fi action classic(ish) about mind-tripping and altered realities gone horribly wrong. It could have been worse—just ask Karl Rove. (Sony)

More New DVD Releases (Dec. 18)
10 Years, Army Wives: Season 6 Pt. 2, Blue Lagoon: The Awakening, Bro’, Forced to Fight, The Frozen, Funny or Die Presents: Season 2, The Good Doctor, The Grand Theft, Liberal Arts, Pitch Perfect, Sleepwalk With Me, Trouble With the Curve, Without a Trace: Season 5

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