The cast of Psych on where they think their characters will be in 10 years

After a couple years away, America’s favorite fake-psychic investigative duo has returned in the form of Psych: The Movie. Not satisfied with just one movie, creator Steve Franks wants to turn Psych into a franchise á la Fast And The Furious with five more movies, taking these characters well into the 2020s—so we…

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The Psych cast on what other TV shows they’d like to see get a movie

Psych: The Movie is the latest on the long list of successful TV show revivals in 2017—a list that includes Twin Peaks, Hey Arnold!, and One Day At A Time. TV revivals are nothing new and we shouldn’t expect them to go away any time soon. So we asked the cast of Psych help us brainstorm ideas for the next great TV…

James Roday and Dulé Hill play How Well Do You Know Your Psych Co-Star?

After a couple years away, America’s favorite fake-psychic investigative duo is back in the form of Psych: The Movie, and early reviews indicate Gus and Shawn’s on-screen chemistry is as palpable as ever. But what about their off-screen chemistry? We quizzed stars James Roday and Dulé Hill with a game we call “How…

Psych’s James Roday and Dulé Hill on Christmas movies and TV revivals, including their own

Break out the pineapples and Peanuts dance—the Psych detective agency has a new case. Three years after the series finale of USA’s blue-skies dramedy, James Roday and Dulé Hill are reteaming as best friends turned police consultants who were always a step (or three) ahead of their clients. In Psych: The Movie, Shawn…

Psych’s Maggie Lawson to get yelled at by Jane Lynch’s Angel From Hell

The producers of CBS’s comedy pilot Angel From Hell have found someone to act as the recipient of Jane Lynch’s high-volume, possibly-divine intervention. Maggie Lawson, best known for her role on USA’s Psych, will join the storied comedy tradition of getting yelled at by Jane Lynch, standing alongside such other comic…

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Psych: “Lock, Stock, Some Smoking Barrels, And Burton Guster’s Goblet Of Fire”

When Maggie Lawson was cast as the lead on ABC’s short-lived sitcom Back In The Game, the future of Psych was cast into doubt. The eighth season only received an eight-episode order, and it looked like a consolation prize allowing the show to finish out its run with dignity and a planned final chapter. But then USA…

The Blacklist: "The Freelancer"

“The Freelancer” opens with James Spader’s “Red” Reddington putting on his nattiest duds and emerging from the hold of an aircraft carrier—head tilted back, the lenses of his sunglasses gleaming brightly—while “Sympathy For The Devil” rattles on the soundtrack. There’s the pitch that The Blacklist continues to make to…