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What's the scoop on Nashville? Is someone really going to die? — Janet
ADAM: It sure seems that way. But don't expect to know exactly who at the end of Wednesday's midseason finale. That's because the person displaying the tell-tale signs of impending TV death — including drastic, dangerous behavior — could be a bait-and-switch. In possibly related news, Juliette's attempt to profess her love for Avery will be suddenly cut short.
Do you have anything on Scandal's midseason finale? — Jason
NATALIE: Olivia & Co. will do everything in their power to...
Ready to see some fancy footwork, Psych-os?
Psych: The Musical is less than two months away, but fans don't have to wait until Dec. 15 to see (and hear!) a first look of the highly anticipated two-hour special.
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In this new promo, Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) show off their best tap-dancing...
The Psych musical is finally (almost) here.
USA announced Thursday that the long-awaited two-hour special, featuring all new original songs by series creator Steve Franks, will premiere on Sunday, Dec. 15. Featuring guest appearances by musical vets Anthony Rapp (Rent) and Barry Bostwick (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Psych: The Musical will find Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) singing and dancing their way through a murder mystery centered on a Z (Rapp), a playwright who is deemed criminally insane after killing a critic six years ago. When Z escapes, the team must track him down and turn to the one person he confided in — a familiar villain from Shawn's past.
Indiana Jones. Twin Peaks. The Bachelor. Over its eight seasons and 99 episodes, Psych has paid tribute to many pop culture touchstones. But the USA detective comedy's 100th episode, airing Wednesday at 10/9c, will pay homage to one of the biggest cult classic films of all time — 1985's Clue — when Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) are invited to a mysterious party at a mansion by a rock legend. The episode will not only feature original stars Christopher Lloyd, Lesley Ann Warren and Martin Mull, but also has three different endings, which viewers will be able to vote for online during the episode. Psych creator Steve Franks talked with TVGuide.com about how the episode came together after more than a year in the works...
Psych is going all out for its 100th episode. For the first time ever, the USA detective comedy will let fans vote on the ending to the show's landmark hour, USA announced Wednesday.
Titled "100 Clues," the 100th episode (March 27 at 10/9c on USA) will pay homage to the 1985 cult classic film Clue (which was based on the whodunit board game) when Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) are invited to a mysterious party at a...