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'Psych' Reunion Movie Could Begin Production in May

Get your pineapples ready, Psychos: A Psych movie could be coming sooner than expected. New reports hint that production will soon begin on a feature film, three years after the long-running USA comedy ended its eight-season run. ...Read More... //

Dul Hill Tells Psych Fans to "Hold On" for Possible Reunion

  Are you sitting down, Psych fans? Because we have some news . Although the USA comedy about a fake psychic detective and his best friend who solve mysteries has only been off the air for a few years, the possibility of returning to Santa Barbara for more adventures with Shawn and Gus could be a very ...Read More... //

'Psych' 10th anniversary: Creator, stars look back on the pilot

Today marks the 10th anniversary of the series premiere of Psych on USA Network. Created by Steve Franks, the comedy-drama followed one of TVs most memorable bromances between fake psychic detective Shawn Spencer (James Roday) and his best friend Burton Gus Guster (Dul Hill), who...  ... Read More... //

Why We Still Miss Psych's Shawn and Gus a Decade Later

  A decade ago, USA launched Psych and gave birth to television's ultimate bromance with the buddy partnership of Shawn Spencer ( James Roday ) and Burton "Gus" Guster ( Dul Hill ). The show was a dramedy about Shawn's ruse posing as a fake psychic detective, pulled off thanks to his very real skills of ... ...   Read More...   //

Psych Star James Rodays Directorial Debut Gravy Sells to Shout! Factory (Exclusive)

Shout! Factory has acquired North American rights to Gravy, a horror comedy that marks the directorial debut of Psych star James Roday , who also wrote the script, TheWrap has learned. Shout! Factory has secured exclusive distribution rights including digital, home entertainment, broadcast and theatrical for cross-platform releases in the U.S. and Canada. The company plans a strategic rollout of the movie on a variety of entertainment distribution platforms and in all packaged media through its horror brand Scream Factory.    Read More... //

'Psych' Creator Set as 'Rush Hour' Showrunner for CBS

Steve Franks will oversee the freshman drama and work alongside Bill Lawrence.   Read More... //

Timothy Omundson wants to wait for a 'Psych' reunion

If the "Psych" movie creator Steve Franks has teased is still a possibility, Timothy Omundson doesn't hope it happens in the immediate future. Instead, he'd rather allow some time to pass so that the reunion -- movie or otherwise -- would have more of an impact."Creatively I would like a little time to pass for the characters, because for me it would be much more interesting to revisit those characters in a few years, maybe five years," Omundson tells Zap2it. "That to me seems an absolute plausible thing. Why wouldn't you do that? So many people loved that show.""Psych" aired its series finale on March 26, 2014, and Omundson says he hasn't heard anything about a reunion actually happening. "I've heard that Steve Franks was kicking around a movie idea, and certainly as it was closer to the end we had all talked about it and the network was talking about it, but after that... //

Top Moments: The Good Wife Shoots to Kill and New Girl Goes Up in Smoke

  Our top moments of the week: 13. Birds of a Feather Award: Wednesday's episode of Arrow  unites the Black Canary and the Huntress, two members of the so-called "Birds of Prey," but in a nice twist, they're adversaries. Their fight gains even more symbolism when Laurel — who will eventually become the Black Canary and a member of the "Birds of Prey" — joins the fray. An interesting way to...   //

'Psych' series finale gives 'another world to go into,' says star Dule Hill

The "Psych" series finale, titled "The Break-Up," was anything but a break-up for fans. Instead, it was a beautiful way to send off the beloved SBPD characters -- Lassiter running his own department (and destroying Shawn's confessional DVD), Shawn proposing to Juliet and, of course, Shawn and Gus staying together.Star Dule Hill tells Zap2it that it really couldn't have ended any other way. "You've been on the journey with these two brothers over eight season and to have them end up in two separate places would have been disheartening, not only for the cast but also the 'Psych'-Os, the fans out there."He adds, "I was glad that it ended up being that they did not split up and be in two separate locations. It helps give us another world to go into."The world he refers to is the talks that are already emerging about a "Psych" movie, which creator Steve Franks and the cast say... //

'Psych' series finale live 'After Pshow' hands out superlatives

"Psych" said goodbye with "The Break-Up" Wednesday (March 26), which star Dule Hill tells Zap2it opens up a whole new world for a possible follow-up movie. But after the episode aired, the cast assembled for a live "After Pshow" on USA. It was adorable to watch the cast members reminisce, but the best part was a game they made the actors play where they had to answer questions about each other to see who got the most votes for various superlatives:Biggest potty mouth: Tim OmundsonBiggest freak-out over a lost cell phone: Dule Hill ("I'm a Tweet-aholic," says Hill)Whose trailer do you least like to visit: Corbin Bernsen ("It smells," says Kirsten Nelson)Most likely to bring dog to set: James Roday, Maggie Lawson and Tim Omundson tiedThere were also some terrific messages from past guest stars: Ralph Macchio, Corbin Bleu, Cary Elwes, Nestor Carbonell, Lori Loughlin, Steve Howey, Rachael Leigh Cook, James Brolin, Judd Nelson and... //