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Ts good news if you’re a fan of USA’s detective dramedy Psych. It was announced today that the series, which is partway through its sixth season, will be back for Season 7. Psych stars Roday as Shawn, an especially observant man who poses as a psychic to solve crime cases. He’s aided by his best (and childhood) friend Gus, who has no fake-psychic abilities, but has proven to be a very helpful, supportive and funny sidekick.
Fans of The New Kids on the Block will want to check out Psych tonight as a certain Joey McIntyre is set to make a special appearance on the USA series. That’s the good news. The bad news is, he might be a murderer. Or, his character might, anyway.
USA’s clever detective series Psych returns tomorrow night for its sixth season with an episode that will once again put Shawn’s observational abilities to the test as he and Gus work to solve a big case. The premiere episode is titled “Shawn Rescues Darth Vader,” and you’ll see why and how in one of the clips we have to show you.
My first full day at Comic Con entailed a lot of sitting and waiting in Ballroom 20. If you haven’t already checked out the detailed coverage of Game of Thrones from here in San Diego, you should put that on your immediate to do list.
I’m sitting here in Ballroom 20 at Comic Con as the cast and producers of Psych discuss the show. We’ve been treated to a live performance of the theme song, and a lot of love about guest stars coming up on the show.
At last year’s Comic-Con, USA announced that Bruce Campbell’s character Sam Axe would be getting his own prequel movie. This year, the film will make its DVD debut at the convention and will have its very own panel. USA announced the times and locations for the panels for Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe, and two other popular series. Also find out how you can win a trip to San Diego for Comic-Con!
USA’s doing pretty good for itself in the guest-star department lately and there’s more good news ahead! Fans of USA’s Psych can look forward to a guest appearance by a former Beverly Hills, 90210 star, as well as a former Arrested Development star in an upcoming episode this fall.
Call it a match made in tongue-in-cheek TV heaven: William Shatner is headed to Psych. The former Captain Kirk, or Denny Crane to you Boston Legal fans, has signed to guest star on one episode of the clever USA dramedy, which returns to the cable network next fall.
Whether they were saving the day, solving or fighting crime, making us laugh, making us gasp or delivering one great moment after another, 2010 had no shortage of great male characters.
Starting Monday, some college campuses throughout the country will be getting Psyched out in anticipation of the show’s fall season premiere. Scheduling info ahead!
If you’re a fan of USA’s shows, we have some updates on the fate of Psych, Burn Notice, Royal Pains, White Collar and the new series Facing Kate.
USA announced the premiere date for the return of their crime-drama series White Collar as well as the series premiere for Covert Affairs, which stars Piper Perabo.
If you’re a fan of Ally Sheedy and/or Alfred Hitchcock films, you’ll definitely want to check out tonight’s season finale of USA’s Psych. We have some information on the fourth season finale as well as a couple of video clips to share with you.
To those of you who are fans of professional wrestling and USA’s series Psych, you’re about to get the crossover of your dreams. This week not only are Psych stars James Roday and Dule Hill set to host WWE Monday Night Raw, but WWE Superstar John Cena will in turn be guest starring on Psych.
USA is shaking things up a bit come January. They've decided to give each of their three returning series -- Burn Notice, Psych and White Collar -- their own nights. Not only that, but they're all on at 10:00 ET, which means they can compete directly with NBC's The Jay Leno Show.