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Psych ending after current season

February 5th, 2014 8:30pm EST
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Emmy-nominated comedy series Psych is set to end after its current eighth season.

The series finale will air in the U.S. on 26 March (14) and will be followed by a televised question-and-answer session with creator Steve Franks and the entire cast.

Announcing the end of the show in a video message to fans, stars James Roday and Dule Hill, say, "Thank you... this has been an unbelievable run and this last season is for you."
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Dule Hill still in awe at peformance for United Nations leaders

September 24th, 2013 8:40pm EDT
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Actor Dule Hill is still pinching himself after performing a song-and-dance routine from his new Broadway musical After Midnight in front of U.S. President Barack Obama on Monday night (23Sep13).

The West Wing star, who portrayed a presidential aide on the hit TV drama, joined his castmates at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York to entertain world leaders including Obama, who are in the Big Apple to attend a series of high-profile meetings at the United Nations headquarters.

Hill sang I've Got the World on a String from the musical, which celebrates jazz icon Duke Ellington's years at H...
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Dule Hill Files For Legal Separation From Nicole Lyn

November 28th, 2012 8:55am EST
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Dule Hill has filed for legal separation from his wife Nicole Lyn.

The West Wing star cited irreconcilable differences as the reason behind the break-down of their eight-year marriage in official papers submitted to Los Angeles County Superior Court.

Hill married the Student Bodies actress in July 2004 and the pair separated just days after their eighth wedding anniversary this summer.

The legal separation will enable both parties to live separately but remain married, while a court order will outline the rights and responsibilities of each spouse.

The couple has no minor children t...
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'Psych' Recap: 'Dead Man's Curveball' (6.05)

November 9th, 2011 11:00pm EST
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Psych goes out to the ballgame this week, and treats us to a fantastic time. The only way this episode could get better is if it had come with a box of Cracker Jack.

Minor league manager Mel Hornsby (the always fantastic Danny Glover) comes to Shawn asking him to look into the death of his hitting coach. To do so, Shawn and Gus join the team - even if Gus has to be the mascot. It's clear pretty early on that the victim was drugged, because Shawn makes the mistake of drinking a water bottle in the dead guy's house and likewise gets high on speed. (And James Roday does a pretty good ...
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Q&A: 'Psych's' Maggie Lawson Tells All About Juliet!

October 26th, 2011 12:30pm EDT
Psych
USA's Psych is on a roll so far in its sixth season. Before tonight's Halloween-themed episode, I sat down with star Maggie Lawson to ask her what else we can look forward to - and the journey her character, Juliet O'Hara, has taken.

You've wrapped shooting season six - so what are you doing with your downtime?

I'm spending a lot of time with my dog. There's some other work and stuff that's out there; hopefully I'll get to do some stuff. Eventually, I'd like that, but honestly right now I'm just chilling and catching up with my family, my friends and my dog. Life is good.

What fr...
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'Psych' Recap: 'Last Night Gus' (6.02)

October 20th, 2011 2:04am EDT
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When it comes to this week's Psych, I am of the belief that you cannot go wrong with anything that involves a giant donut. You can, however, go wrong when you drink too much.

Team Psych (and a few other guests) are paying their respects to a retiring cop named Jim at a local bar - never mind that most of them don't even know him. The next morning, Shawn wakes up in a trashed office to find Gus on the floor with no memory of how the evening ended. As if that's not bad enough, Lassiter and Woody are passed out on the office couch, and Lassiter's gun is in the aquarium. Oh, and some...
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Q&A: 'Psych' Creator Steve Franks On That Musical Episode

October 19th, 2011 2:21pm EDT
Psych
Steve Franks is awesome. The man who brought us Psych has something to say about everything, and it's always great.

He's the equivalent of one of those kitchen gadgets you see on TV: not only did he create what is now USA network's longest-running original series, but he and his band The Friendly Indians also perform the catchy theme song, and he's given me not one but two can't-miss food recommendations over the years. I wouldn't be surprised if he makes Julienne fries, too.

My colleague Lisa Siegfried talked to Steve recently, and he shared with us his philosophy for Psych's great attit...
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Q&A: James Roday And Dule Hill 'Psych'-ed For Season 6

October 12th, 2011 1:00pm EDT
James Roday and Dule Hill 'Psych'-ed For Season 6
Are you ready, Psych-O's?! The new season of Psych begins tonight at 10 PM ET/PT on USA - and I'm kicking things off with some help from stars James Roday and Dule Hill!

I hear you have big things planned for your Halloween episode later this month. What can you tell me?

James Roday: Halloween is the vampire episode. And I think it's airing the week of Halloween. [With] Kristy Swanson, the original Buffy, and Corey Feldman, one of the Frog Brothers from The Lost Boys, and Tom Lenk, a regular on Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV series. We went double Buffy.

Dule Hill: And Blacula makes a gue...
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Exclusive: Kristy Swanson Sinks Her Teeth Into 'Psych'

March 23rd, 2011 8:20am EDT
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Kristy Swanson will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Psych, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

Swanson, 41, will play Marlowe Viccellio, a beautiful and mysterious woman who catches the attention of Lassiter (Timothy Omundson). Despite their love connection, Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) begin to suspect Marlowe of...

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'Psych' 5.16 'Yin 3 In 2D' Review

December 23rd, 2010 9:53am EST
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In my years of writing, I've developed a theory when it comes to villains: as long as it takes to develop a good one, it can take no time at all to overuse them. Wisely, Psych has decided to conclude its ongoing Yin/Yang story with this third installment. Yet there's a tall order to fill, considering the two previous episodes have seen both Shawn's mom and his now-girlfriend Juliet in the line of fire. What could top that?

A woman named Allison (Mena Suvari) claims that she was abducted by the mysterious Mr. Yin, bringing back memories for the SBPD crew, and it isn't long before sh...
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'Psych' 5.15 'Dead Bear Walking' Review

December 16th, 2010 12:16am EST
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In tonight's second all-new episode of Psych, Lassiter's younger sister Lauren arrives to film a documentary, which makes everything awkward. As if that wasn't strange enough, the first suspect in their new murder case is a polar bear, which soon gets loose. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that the case isn't as open and shut as Lassiter would like to make it; unfortunately, the episode itself isn't that good, either.

There are things which just fall flat as soon as they emerge, whether it's Gus's overly aggressive pursuit of Lassiter's younger sister, or some fail...
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'Psych' 5.14 'The Polarizing Express' Review

December 16th, 2010 12:11am EST
Psych
Shawn apparently didn't learn anything from his academy crash course last week, because he's gotten the Santa Barbara Police Department in further hot water in Psych's holiday episode. You know what that means - it's the perfect setup for an It's A Wonderful Life scenario that shows Shawn what things would have been like without him (at least how he perceives it), guided by actor Tony Cox (playing himself).

Henry becomes an overweight, pathetic shadow of himself, still pining over Maddie. Gus's new life resembles a bad sitcom (and that's exactly how it's presented). Lassiter is Chief o...
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'Psych' 5.13 'We'd Like To Thank The Academy' Review

December 9th, 2010 9:08am EST
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After last week's Twin Peaks tribute, I was ready to get back to regular Psych. The show returns to its standard form with a doozy: Shawn and Gus destroy an SBPD sting operation, and are subsequently banished to the police academy to obtain a professional education.

This puts them at the mercy of Officer Nick Conforth (The Karate Kid's Ralph Macchio), Lassiter's old academy nemesis. It's all fun and games for Shawn and Gus - despite their managing to consistently embarrass themselves - until they motivate Conforth to one-up Lassiter by trying to catch a sought-after robbery suspect....
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'Psych' 5.12 'Dual Spires' Review

December 1st, 2010 10:56pm EST
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This week, Shawn and Gus meet up with Satan again in Twin Peaks. Okay, not really, but Ray Wise used to play The Devil on the CW's Reaper, and he joins his Twin Peaks castmates in this reunion episode.

Now, I've never seen an episode of Twin Peaks. Ever. As a result, the burning question for me was, "Am I going to enjoy this episode of Psych even if I know next to nothing about Twin Peaks?" Yes, but not as much as other episodes. I can only attribute this to my lack of familiarity with Twin Peaks, and not ever being particularly taken by the work of David Lynch. (I do have to appreciate...
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Grassroots Campaign Wants 'Psych' Stars On 'SNL'

October 27th, 2010 10:35am EDT
Psych
If one show has impassioned, loyal fans to be reckoned with, it's "Psych."

They call themselves "Psych-Os," and in just a couple of weeks, nearly 30,000 of them have united in an online effort to nab leads James Roday and Dulé Hill a dual hosting gig on NBC's long-running, live sketch show.

The grassroots campaign appeared about a week before the official "Psych" Facebook page cracked the 1 million member milestone on October 20. Dubbed "Psych Out SNL," the movement's own Facebook group states that the writers of USA's quirkily funny police procedural have given the undertaking their o...
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Blunt Parody Trumps Tradition on 'Psych'

July 30th, 2010 10:30am EDT
Dule Hill stars as Gus on USA
What I’ve always loved about Psych is that no one on the show is taking themselves seriously at all. When plugging the latest season on Attack of the Show, Dule Hill (who plays Burton "Gus" Guster on the show, a somewhat sidekick to a fake psychic) referred to episodes as the "Rush Hour episode" or the "Close Encounters episode."

This is a show that fully embraces what it is: one big joke at the expense of everything and anything else. And there’s nothing wrong with that.

Now in their fifth season, Psych hasn’t slowed up or worsened yet. With Shawn (James Roday) and Gus still being Shawn ...
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James Roday Talks The Darker Turn 'Psych's' Fourth Season Finale Takes

March 10th, 2010 10:15am EST
James Roday Talks The Darker Turn Psychs Fourth Season Finale Ta
"I don't want to pull the rug out from under our fans every week and slap them in the face with stuff, but this was the season finale, and it was the long-awaited return of Mr. Yang. Yeah, we kind of wanted to load in with as much stuff as we could. That's a fun way to end the season, I think," Psych’s James Roday starts when discussing tonight's finale episode, "Mr. Yin." And for Roday, the airing comes with a lot at stake. Not only is he the star of the show but he directed the noir-style episode, an homage to famed (and one of his favorites) director Alfred Hitchcock, as well.

"[Psycho]...
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James Roday & Dule Hill Talk About 'Psych's' Upcoming Season

August 7th, 2009 9:30am EDT
Psych
Good news "Psych" fans, the wait is over! Your favorite fake psychic Shawn (James Roday) and his faithful wingman Gus (Dule Hill), return with their hilarious and unique brand of detective work, when the fourth season of "Psych" premieres on Friday, August 7 at 10 PM ET on the USA Network.

We had a chance to chat with the show's stars Roday and Hill, on what they have in store for fans this upcoming season, their experiences at Comic-Con, and which celebrities they would like to have on the show.

How do you guys keep this show so fresh?

Roday: It's a good question, and I think par...
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Dulé Hill Answers 'Psych' Fan Questions

August 5th, 2009 9:44am EDT
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A few weeks ago we interviewed James Roday from "Psych" (returning Friday, August 7 at 10pm on USA). And when we say "we," we mean all the legions of dedicated Psych-Os that sent in their questions for Roday via Twitter. Since then, the Psych-Os have been relentless that they want... nay (!), need round two with co-star Dulé Hill. We were determined, no matter how long it took, to give the "Psych" fans exactly what they want. So, yes, Dulé Hill now answers your questions about the upcoming season of "Psych," his time on "The West Wing" and even writes a scene involving him and President Bar...
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Spotlight On 10 Top Basic Cable Shows

December 26th, 2008 10:12am EST
Mad Men
Last September marked a new era when AMC's Mad Men became the first basic cable show to win the best drama award at the Emmys. For the last several years, the original programming on basic cable has been catching up to the broadcast networks, and now it has arguably surpassed it.

Check out our list of top 10 cable shows, which contains some old favorites, some obscure cult hits, and a couple new arrivals.

10. Burn Notice returns to USA this January 22 at 10/9c for a third season. Burn Notice offers up a unique brand of action and spy thrills.

9. Raising the Bar had an exc...
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USA Network Picks Up Hit Series 'Psych' For Third Season

September 19th, 2007 2:14pm EDT
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USA Network has placed a third season order for 16 episodes of its character-driven hit series, Psych. The one-hour, light-hearted drama stars James Roday, Dule Hill, Corbin Bernsen, Maggie Lawson, Timothy Omundson and Kirsten Nelson.

"We are thrilled to bring 'Psych' back for a third season," said Jeff Wachtel, USA's executive vice president, original programming. "The series has been a critical and ratings sensation since it premiered last summer and continues to gain new viewers and grow its fan-base."

"Psych" centers on Shawn Spencer (Roday), who possesses uncanny powers of o...
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Dule Hill Seeks A Dancing Role

June 26th, 2007 11:54am EDT
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Former West Wing star Dule Hill hopes to use his tap dancing skills in his next acting role. The actor began his career as a tap dancer and hopes to find a suitable role which will combine his two passions.

He says, "It was have to be a really good strong role. I would love to do something where the story could survive without the dance. That would be my dream role. I've always felt that if you have a story like that, you could pull the dance out of the story and you're not waiting for the next dance routine. That would be top-notch for me."

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USA Greenlights Second Season of 'Psych'

September 18th, 2006 1:22pm EDT
Corbin Bernsen stars in Psych
USA Network has placed a second season order for 16 episodes of its freshman hit, Psych. The one-hour series, starring James Roday, Dulé Hill and Corbin Bernsen, joins The Dead Zone and the previously announced returns of original series Monk and The 4400.

“Psych,” centers on Shawn Spencer (Roday), who possesses uncanny powers of observation honed by his police officer father, Henry (Bernsen), who drilled young Shawn to note even the smallest details of his surroundings. When Shawn is accused of committing a crime that he actually solved for the police department (by calling in a tip)...
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