Thanks to the television overlords overseeing the Peak TV era, Psych returned to the small screen in December for a very funny reunion movie, which caught up with Shawn, Gus, and their merry gang of lovers and friends after a three-year hiatus. But in the joyful aftermath of Psych: The ... More »
The specter of the psych ward looms large in popular culture: video games, horror movies, novels — the concept of a locked inpatient psychiatric ward is shorthand for a variety of terrors. This perception is driven by a complex cocktail of factors. Psych ward patients have struggled with historical and current abuses, which are compounded […]
I've got to tell you, I did not wake up this morning thinking that I'd be psyched for a holiday movie about The Nutcracker that doesn't come out for another year. Lo and behold, here we are. More »
If you've already watched Psych: The Movie more than once... join the club. The TV movie follow-up, which picked up three years after the events of Psych's series finale,premiered just last week on USA Network, but we've already watched it multiple times. Show More Summary
Full disclosure: I've watched Psych: The Movie, which premiered on Thursday night, three times already. Not all the way through, though, and not because I just couldn't get enough of that sweet, sweet fake-psychic bromance. It was mostly because at...
One of the best (and definitely weirdest) moments of Psych: The Movie was no doubt Shawn's (James Roday) incredibly bizarre dream sequence. Stuck on the case, Shawn has a dream which later proves to have held crucial clues to the identity of the killer terrorizing Juliet (Maggie Lawson). Show More Summary
Psyched for Psych? This Thursday, the detective series will return in movie form -- 80s nostalgia, witty misdirects and hilarious hijinks baked right in. Four years after Chief Vick (Kristen Nelson) transplanted the team to San Francisco,...Show More Summary
Especially in its later years, the best thing about Psych was that you never knew what you were in for. It followed a formula, but it was a formula that was often full of...
Spoilers for Psych: The Movie below.Ask any Psych fan about the show’s holiday reunion movie — seriously, please do, we’re a friendly bunch — and you’ll experience a wave of emotions that begins with elation and ends with pause. Mere weeks after the film was announced last spring, news broke ... More »
You heard about Psych: The Movie? That’s not messed up. Jury’s still out on Pluto, though.Three-and-a-half years after Psych’s original run came to its conclusion, the era of Peak TV has blessed us with a blue-skies reunion of Shawn, Gus, and the whole damn gang parading around San Francisco like ... More »
If you were expecting the final moments of Psych: The Movie to tie up all the loose ends from the series and close the book on Shawn (James Roday) and Gus' (Dulé Hill) adventures for good... you really don't get this show by now, do you? Instead of a cheesy farewell scene, Shawn and Gus found... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Psych: The Movie Steve Franks
After much soul-searching, dog-napping, and singing with a pony wearing pajamas for some reason, Psych: The Movie ended with the one scene Psych fans have been waiting years for: Juliet O'Hara (Maggie Lawson) and Shawn Spencer (James...Show More Summary
During its eight seasons on air, Psych fed off the natural chemistry between stars James Roday and Dulé Hill to deliver not only one of TV's truly great bromances, but an infinitely watchable detective comedy that parodied everything from musicals to Twin Peaks. Show More Summary
Today's the day, Psychos! Psych makes its return to USA with Psych: The Movie, an epic tale of lost rings and old foes, filled with familiar faces alongside a few new ones. It's...
Over the course of its original eight-season run, Psych referenced or parodied any number of genres, including slasher films, crime comedies, musicals, reality TV competitions, and most notably, that mystery drama that’s back in style. Steve Franks’ little blue-skies dramedy could stretch any which way, because while… Read more...
SERIES The Big Bang Theory Sheldon and Amy (Jim Parsons, Mayim Bialik) apply advanced math techniques to wedding planning, which improves efficiency, but also strips some of the emotion out of the process. Also, the relationship between Raj and Wolowitz (Kunal Nayyar, Simon Helberg) reaches a crisis....
Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017 | ‘Psych: The Movie’ on USA Network
Even though Psych has only been off the air for a handful of years, it's still a little bit of a miracle that Psych: The Movie managed to get made. After all, this is Hollywood, where actors move on and commit to other projects at light speed, making the coordination of schedules next to impossible.... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Psych: The Movie Steve Franks
Break out the pineapples and Peanuts dance—the Psych detective agency has a new case. Three years after the series finale of USA’s blue-skies dramedy, James Roday and Dulé Hill are reteaming as best friends turned police consultants who were always a step (or three) ahead of their clients. In Psych: The Movie, Shawn… Read more...
By Karen Gomez Also: a new show based on a Grant Morrison comic, a Dian Fossey miniseries, a Carol Burnett anniversary special, and a new period drama. The article ‘The Crown’ Season 2, ‘Psych: The Movie,’ and More TV You Must See This Week appeared first on Film School Rejects.