Now in season 5, "Psych" is one of USA's most established shows. But with so much love falling on the boys of "Burn Notice," "Royal Pains" and "White Collar," fans wonder how much longer the series will stick around.
Star James Roday and creator Steve Franks don't see an end in sight. Dule Hill, on the other hand, wonders about the end-game. "As long as the fans are tuning in, then USA will keep picking us up," the actor tells Fancast. And just because the show keeps going, doesn't necessarily mean Hill will always be along for the ride.
"I would say after season 5, I would say in the next two seasons, you might see Gus go bye-bye," he says. "Two or three seasons at the most, I'd be surprised if it got to three but who knows."
Could there even be a "Psych" without the repartee between Hill and Roday? It's not a pretty thought. But at least it's one we don't have to worry about for a while.
"Psych" is only one episode in to the new season. And those disappointed that Hill didn't get much love on the July 14 premiere can take comfort knowing that's not the case when the theater-trained actor shows off his dancing skills on July 21. Gus and Lassiter (Timothy Omundson) both sign up for tap classes in "Feet Don't Kill Me Now," meaning dancing will somehow be required in catching the killer of the week.