James Roday, Dule Hill
Psych's resident fake psychic, Shawn Spencer (James Roday), may not really be able to read minds. But after four years, five seasons and 72 episodes, Roday and his on-screen partner-in-crime, Dulé Hill, have developed some very telekinetic capabilities."We're always thinking the same thing, but then he always says his out loud and then I don't have to, which is awesome," Roday says. As the duo prepares for the second half of Season 5 — in which they'll pay tribute to pop culture touchstones like Twin Peaks, Police Academy and It's a Wonderful Life — the stars of the USA comedy talked about their characters' romantic entanglements (or lack thereof), dream guest stars and the joy of...
Psych is planning a Twin Peaks-inspired episode that will feature stars from the cult series.
Sheryl Lee, who played both Laura and Maddy, and Sherilyn Fenn, who played Audrey, will join the previously announced Dana Ashbrook in a fall episode, according to Entertainment Weekly. The three will play residents of a Northern California town called Dual Spires that has been "rocked by the death of a high school student."
Cheers to Psych and Royal Pains for paying respect to their elders.
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The hit USA Network dramedies brought back a trio of well-seasoned character actors in showcase roles. First, on Psych, William Devane (Knots Landing, 24) and Carl Weathers (aka Apollo Creed from the Rocky movies and "Carl Weathers" in Arrested Development) sparkled as Peters and Boone, a pair of old-school San Diego ex-cops who managed to stay one Bruno Magli loafer's step ahead of Shawn...
Cheers to Psych for adding slap-shtick to its repertoire.
The USA Network hit is known for the witty repartee between fake psychic Shawn (James Roday) and his trusty partner Gus (Dulé Hill). But the comic highlights of the Season 5 premiere, in which the duo got mixed up in a Romeo & Juliet-style dispute between warring Chinese triad gangs, were the fall-down-funny fight scenes. Most of them involved Shawn getting his (wise)-ass kicked, and Roday — no doubt assisted by a stunt double — pulled them off with aplomb...
Take James Roday's word for it: Season 5 won't disappoint fans of the detective series Psych (season premiere airs tonight, 10/9c on USA), in which he stars as fake psychic Shawn Spencer. "My big thing about this show is let's never outstay our welcome, and I'm excited, because this season we're either topping what we did last year or finding new ground we haven't yet explored...
Nestor Carbonell, last seen flying away from The Island on Lost, has signed on for a multi-episode arc on Psych, Fancast reports.
The 42-year-old actor, best known for his roles on Lost, Suddenly Susan and The Tick, will play...
We see a busy summer in USA's future.
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In addition to new episodes of Burn Notice, Royal Pains and White Collar, as well as the series premiere of Covert Affairs, Psych will return...
Psych has been renewed for a fifth season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The super-sleuthing USA comedy — which stars James Roday as a fake psychic who solves crimes with his excellent observational skills and Dulé Hill as his best friend and partner — has been given a...
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Sorry, couldn't resist. The coveted role of James Roday's TV mom on Psych has actually gone to Chuck Lorre's BFF ex-Moonlighting P.I. Cybill Shepherd. Not nearly as exciting as Meryl Streep, but, c'mon, still a fun piece of casting. Shepherd will appear in at least two episodes, beginning with the third-season premiere on July 18. According to a USA insider, her character, Madeline, is a private practice psychologist who, after spending a few years abroad, returns to Santa Barbara to pay her ex-hubby (Corbin Bernsen) and son a visit and ends up helping them with a case. She's described as being a free spirit and the source of Shawn's adventurous side. Ma Spencer was actually introduced in the final moments of the Season 2 finale when she showed up unannounced on Shawn's doorstep; viewers, however, did not see her face.Hey, Psych fans does the idea of a Roday-Shepherd-Bernsen confab give you good or bad vibes? Sound off below!
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