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review by Suzanne
Returns Monday February 29th on USA Network
USA Network sent me two episodes of the show that air on
February 29 and March 14. As usual, the show is hilarious! I thought the March
14th one was the funnier of the two, but both are great.
In the first one, they do a lot of Indiana Jones-type stuff.
Cary Elwes returns as Despereaux and does an awesome job. We also get to
see John Rhys Davies in a small guest-starring role (he was in the original
Raiders of the Lost Ark movie!).
In the second episode, Shawn and Gus go undercover in a
Bachelor-type reality show. It's a lot of fun. Greg Grunberg (Of "Heroes" and
many other shows) is the guest-star, among others. I laughed a lot.
Don't miss them! Future episodes this season sound fun, too, and
have a lot of great guest-stars. The show is getting better and better.
MUCH ANTICIPATED NEWS OF USA'S "PSYCH" SEASON 7 PICK UP
RODAY AND DULÉ HILL ANNOUNCE PICK UP OF SERIES
Pineapple Puzzle Presents Fun Mystery
for PSYCH-Os to Decipher on Facebook and Twitter
NEW YORK – January 10, 2012 – USA Network's favorite faux
psychic and his best friend, along with Santa Barbara's finest, are back in
business as PSYCH, starring James Roday and Dulé Hill, has been
renewed for a seventh season. Currently USA’s longest running series on air,
PSYCH will be back with 16 all-new episodes with fun-filled
storylines and A-list guest stars later this year. The announcement was made
today by USA Co-Presidents Chris McCumber and Jeff Wachtel.
USA NETWORK’S "PSYCH" MAKES A LEAP YEAR RETURN!
Actually, it was the series stars who made the announcement though as
PSYCH fans first heard the good news from Roday and Hill personally
through USA’s popular PSYCH Facebook page and Twitter feed. To
build intrigue and momentum of the special news throughout the day, the network
shared multiple pieces of a pineapple puzzle and alluded that when complete the
puzzle may reveal a special message. The final fourth piece and most delicious
slice of pineapple unlocked a special video message from Roday and Hill about
the pickup. Roday first told fans in his character Shawn Spencer’s typical
nonchalant fashion, that he’s decided to get a new brown belt and needed their
help. He then goes on to casually mention, “Oh, and also, PSYCH
is officially coming back for a seventh season, which is very cool, but I'm
kinda working on this belt situation right now.” Hill, who plays Shawn’s best
friend Gus, followed with a shout out to fans thanking them for their support
for the show.
"We are always trying to find ways to reward our PSYCH brand ambassadors for
their loyalty and passion and social media plays a critical role in how we
connect with the people who matter most -- the fans,” said McCumber and Wachtel.
"It was exciting to deliver this historical news to them first and before
In 2011, PSYCH delivered more P18-49 (2.31 million) and P18-34
(1.22 million) Live+7 viewers than ever before in its five year run. The show
returns to complete its sixth season on Leap Day, Wednesday, February 29 at
With 2.1 million Facebook fans, this cult favorite stars Roday as a police
consultant who solves crimes with powers of observation so acute the precinct
detectives think he's psychic. With help from his best friend and reluctant
sidekick (Hill), he continues to solve the mysterious and often bizarre crimes
of the Santa Barbara Police Department. PSYCH also stars Corbin
Bernsen, Timothy Omundson, Maggie Lawson and Kirsten Nelson.
To view the announcement by James Roday and Dule Hill:
All new episodes to premiere on
Wednesday, February 29 at 10/9c
Leap Year Premiere Day– Appropriate for the devoted, passionate and
loyal fans of the Hit Cult Series
NEW YORK – December 15, 2011 – In Scotland it
is unlucky to be born on a leap year day but PSYCH fans fear
not, for on that day in 2012, the winter season of USA Network’s hit show
premieres in celebratory fashion! PSYCH, the fan favorite that
chronicles the zany capers of a faux psychic and his best friend, portayed so
awesomely by James Roday and Dulé Hill, who assist the Santa Barbara Police
Department on their cases, will resume on Wednesday, February 29 at
10/9c with “Indiana Shawn and the Temple of the Kinda Crappy, Rusty Old
Dagger.” In the the final seven episodes that will complete PSYCH’s
sixth season, get ready for more fun-filled storylines and A-list guest stars
that represent the finest that pop culture has to offer. The show also stars
Corbin Bernsen, Timothy Omundson, Maggie Lawson and Kirsten Nelson.
This February on PSYCH, Shawn (Roday) goes undercover on a
reality dating show (hosted by guest star Wayne Brady); goes on an epic Indiana
Jones-fueled adventure with returning master thief Despereaux (guest star Cary
Elwes); investigates Detective Lassiter’s (Timothy Omundson) new condo, which
happens to be the site of a murder … and is as possessed as the hotel in "The
Shining;" gets involved in a case with the former mentor (guest star Cheech
Marin) of Gus and his college a’capella group (guest stars Mekhi Pfeiffer and
Jaleel White); scours the after-hours underground of Santa Barbara with an
overzealous murder expert (guest star French Stewart); and he and Gus (Hill) go
deep into a past case with Henry (Bernsen) that opens some dangerous wounds.
Additional guest stars this winter include Madchen Amick, Lou Gossett, Jr., Sara
Rue, The Miz, Greg Grunberg, John Rhys Davies, Lindsay Sloane, Glen Headley,
Ivana Milicevic, Rob Estes, Lolita Davidovich and Max Gall.
PSYCH creator Steve Franks pens and directs the winter season
premiere and Roday directs “Heeeeere’s Lassie,” which airs on Wednesday, March
7. Additional guest directors include Timothy Busfield, Jay Chandrasekhar and
PSYCH is executive produced by Steve Franks, Kelly Kulchak and
Chris Henze, from Universal Cable Productions in association with Tagline
Pictures. Mel Damski serves as executive producer/director. Bill Callahan is
executive producer. Saladin K. Patterson and Andy Berman are co-executive
producers/writers. Todd Harthan is consulting producer.
Rounding out the remaining episodes for PSYCH’s winter season
include “Shawn and the Real Girl” on Wednesday, March 14; “Let’s Doo-Wop It
Again” on Wednesday, March 21; “Autopsy Turvy” on Wednesday, March 28; “True
Grits” on Wednesday, April 4; and “Santabarbaratown” on Wednesday, April 11.
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