With beloved USA comedy 'Psych' currently airing its seventh season, fans of the psychic detective comedy were dismayed this past December to learn that the series' eighth season would consist of only eight episodes, more than likely its last. Now, USA has officially ordered five additional scripts to the upcoming eighth season, but will production pull together to film them?
Good news and (potentially) bad news for 'Psych' fans today. Where yesterday USA announced that the beloved James Roday/Dule Hill comedy would continue on to an eighth season, before the seventh season even premieres, now the network has specified how many episodes the next season would see. Does the order for 'Psych' season 8 spell the end of the series? New details inside!
'Psych' fans waited long enough for confirmation that the quirky detective comedy would return on February 27 for a seventh season, but now they seem to have gotten an early Christmas present. Before season 7 premieres, USA has given conformation that Shawn and Gus will return for 'Psych' season 8 as well. However, might the early renewal be a sign of the show's end? Details on what's to come for 'Psych' seasons 7 and 8 inside!
You know, just writing that title has us realizing that 'American Horror Story' needs to get on casting former 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' star Barry Bostwick, especially considering he's been on 'Glee'! That aside, it looks like the upcoming 'Psych' season 7 is the real winner, having cast the former 'Spin City' and 'Rocky Horror' star for its upcoming 2-hour musical episode, but who will the legendary musical man play?
Whether or not you enjoy USA's long-running con-man comedy 'Psych,' there's no denying its ridiculous reverence for all things '80s. John Hughes' "Brat Pack" in particular has long been a target of 'Psych's endless references, from casting to conversation. To date, they're just two actors shy of having featured all five major stars of 'The Breakfast Club,' now to be remedied with Anthony Michael Hall! So what's the deal, Emilio Estevez?
The Comic-Con 2012 'Psych' panel took place in Ballroom 20 on Thursday, and after seven years of clever nicknames and jokes, we've learned that the show is about to get real! Led by panelists Elie Dekel, Paul Schrier, Tony Oliver and moderator Brian Ward, we found out some juicy details about the upcoming season 7.