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Psych's James Roday to Star in CBS Relationship Comedy Pilot

James Roday's post-Psych career prospects are looking very good. The actor is set to star in the CBS relationship comedy pilot Good Session, TVGuide.com has learned. Psych and more TV shows we're losing this year In the half-hour, single-camera comedy, a ...

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James Roday's post-Psych career prospects are looking very good.

The actor is set to star in the CBS relationship comedy pilot Good Session, TVGuide.com has learned.

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Psych and more TV shows we're losing this year

In the half-hour, single-camera comedy, a happy couple decides to see a therapist to help them figure out whether they should have a baby, but the two soon discover they have more to talk about. And so begins the painful (but hilarious) journey into couples counseling.

Roday will play Joel, a dedicated middle-school guidance counselor who thinks his marriage to jet-setting executive Lindsay is happy, that is, until he spends time on the couch.

Mad Men's Rich Sommer, also coming off of a long-running series, plays Joel's best friend in the project, which is written by Matt Miller (666 Park Avenue). He will executive-producer with I Love You, Man's John Hamburg, who is directing the pilot.

Psych's series finale airs Wednesday, March 26 at 9/8c on USA. What do you think of Roday's new gig?

(Full disclosure: TVGuide.com is owned by CBS.)