Among lots of extra tasty offerings was an unwelcome sprinkle of salt—in the form of tears, both shed and yet to fall, because this could be Psych 's last appearance at Comic-Con. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/psych-at-comic-con-2013-the-cast-teases-season-8-prepares-to-say-goodbye-to-the-show-video-137423882756/
The Psych fans have spoken: it was announced yesterday (June 18th) during the hit series’ Comic-Con panel that the fan chosen season eight episode winner is "A Nightmare on State Street." The episode, which garnered more than 50% of the fan votes online, is written and directed by star James Roday and will take viewers inside the mind of Gus (Dulé Hill) when he undergoes dream therapy to discover the cause of his night terrors. READ MORE...
At 1:00 PM PT, I’ll be live-blogging the PSYCH panel at Comic-Con. Be sure to check back here then (and keep refreshing for the latest) to see what’s in store for next season with our favorite fake psychic detectives. In the meantime, here is what the official panel description says: “For the fifth year running, [...] http://www.givememyremote.com/remote/2013/07/18/psych-at-comic-con-2013-live-blog/
Move over, Jennifer Love Hewitt ! There's a new ghost whisperer coming to the small screen. Veteran comedian Tom Arnold is set to guest-star on an upcoming episode of Psych as a... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Psych-Tom-Arnold-1067909.aspx?rss=breakingnews
Sorvino will play the Santa Barbara Police Department's newest head detective, Betsy Brannigan. http://www.thefutoncritic.com/news/2013/07/15/academy-award-winner-mira-sorvino-to-join-usas-psych-for-a-multi-episode-arc-25513/20130715usa01/
A USA Network favorite gets a supersized final season! TV Line confirms that the network has increased Psych's eighth (and likely final) season order from 8 episodes to 10. Voting is currently open at usanetwork.com for fans to choose the plot of one of the bonus episodes, with the winning storyline to be announced at Comic Con this summer. Do you think Psych still has plenty of life left, or should the upcoming eighth season be the show's swan song? Let us know what you think in the comments and stick with us for more TV buzz from Celebified.
t’s a big day for Psych news. First up, USA announced that season eight will be getting an additional two episodes-expanding the number of episodes from eight to ten. But wait, it gets better; one of those episodes will be viewer’s choice. Starting today (Wednesday, June 26th), fans can choose from three potential episodes at the official USA Network page. The winning episode will be announced at Comic-Con 2013 where the Psych gang will be on hand for the fifth year in a row. READ MORE...
Exciting news, "Psych" fans. USA has ordered two additional episodes of "Psych" Season 8, which means that the eighth season will now run a total of 10 episodes. But even more than that, fans will be able to vote on a storyline that will air in Season 8. Voting starts Wednesday, June 26 on the USA website, where fans can choose between a "Telethon" whodunnit case, a "Dream Therapy" episode that is a take off on "Nightmare on Elm Street," or a "Food Truck" episode where a local food merchant is murdered. The winning storyline will be revealed when "Psych" makes its fifth annual appearance at San Diego's Comic-Con on July 18, which will feature an exclusive midnight screening of "Psych: THe Musical" and a panel discussion moderated by frequent "Psych" guest star Cary Elwes. Woo hoo, "Psych"-Os! Which storyline will you be voting for? We know which one we're choosing.... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/06/psych-season-8-vote-for-an-episode-plus-comic-con-information.html
The two actresses are set for guest stints on the USA comedy. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/gBeERK6bR9Q/story01.htm
Since the Emmy ballots have been sent out to voters, the entertainment world is busy speculating about which shows will get Emmy nominations in 2013. But what about the many deserving shows that will most likely be ignored? Every year, plenty of television programs fail to get any Emmy love. From "Psych" to "Hannibal" to "Fringe," here are 13 of the biggest errors the Emmy voters of 2013 are about to make.Last-minute disqualification: "Orphan Black" Were it not for Tatiana Maslany's surprise win at the Critics' Choice Awards, this BBC America wouldn't even be on anyone's radar. It's still a long-shot. 13. "Raising Hope" For three seasons, this comedy about five generations of a love, blue-collar family is as sweet as it is insanely funny. The acting is uniformly good -- even baby Hope is entertaining -- and the humor of everyday life never gets old. Cloris Leachman and Martha Plimpton have both been... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/06/emmys-2013-13-tv-shows-likely-to-be-overlooked.html