One minute they're posing for the press - the next they're running from the spotlight. Celebrity Damage Control is an hour-long factual series about celebrities who were caught committing crime or something just plain wrong and embarrassing yet managed to survive the scandal with careers intact and in some cases even flourishing afterward. From driving under the influence, to shoplifting, to tax evasion, to beating up paparazzi, or being the victim of an embarrassing blackmail scam, Celebrity Damage Control unveils Hollywood's most notorious celebrity scandals and reveals what celebrities did to survive the upheaval. Robert Downey Jr., Sean Penn, Charlie Sheen, Hugh Grant, Mel Gibson, Rob Lowe and many more have all had a brush with the law and Celebrity Damage Control examines every case with commentary from public relations agents, pop culture experts and lawyers to find out why celebrities are forgiven and deemed innocent by the public - even if proven guilty.
An American actor who developed a cult following as FBI Agent Fox Mulder on the scifi series The X-Files, Duchovny was revered for his smouldering good looks and dry sense of humour. He seemed to choose characters that were sexually provocative such Jake Winters, the host of Showtimes’ Red Shoe Diaries, and Hank Moody in the hit TV series Californication. But when his personal life begins resembling his onscreen world – ending his marriage to actress Tea Leoni - Duchovny checks himself into a treatment center for sex addiction. When he emerges he must try to repair both his personal and professional reputation.