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Psych Revival: USA Network Orders Holiday Reunion Movie — First Look
A round of Pineapple Razzmatazzies on the house! USA Network is reviving its late, great private eye dramedy Psych via a two-hour holiday movie — and all the usual suspects will be back. Psych: The…
By Michael Ausiello



For me, it’s more about wanting there to be more female directors. There’s no shortage of women who want to make films. There are so many male directors and so many male-driven films and there are significantly fewer female-driven films and female directors — and that’s not because they don’t exist.

Dakota Fanning

Dakota Fanning directed by women by filmography:

I Am Sam dir. Jessie Nelson (2001)
Father X-mas dir. Marie Rose (2001)
Cutlass dir. Kate Hudson (2007)
Hounddog dir. Deborah Kampmeier (2007)
The Secret Life of Bees dir. Gina Prince-Bythewood (2008)
The Runaways dir. Floria Sigismondi (2010)
Night Moves dir. Kelly Reichardt (2013)
Very Good Girls dir. Naomi Foner (2013)
Every Secret Thing dir. Amy Berg (2014)
The Bell Jar dir. Kirsten Dunst (2018)


I feel that the right people came together at the exact right time on the exact right network, and it kind of resulted in a show that played by its own rules. We kind of got to do whatever we wanted. We were a show that took you wherever we wanted to take you from week to week. It was a rare experience, where I think we were able to leave it all out on the field, and we had the support of our studio and our network, combined with the blessing of them maybe not entirely understanding what we were doing, which I think would often work to our advantage. As a result, we kind of got to make a show on our own terms, which is incredibly rare, and we got to do it for eight years. That’s extraordinary. - James Roday


Psych + Text Posts

(I saw that there weren’t any of these on Tumblr as far as I could tell - I only found one set, and it was solely for the ship Shules - so I attempted to make some myself! Please be kind; this was my very first attempt, and I’m well aware I could have done better. I’m working on it. :) )
'Psych' Holiday Movie Set On USA Network With Original Cast Returning
Published May 8, 2017
By Nellie Andreeva

One of USA Network’s longest-running series, Psych, is coming back to the network with a holiday movie. The film, from Universal Cable Productions, hails from Psych creator Steve Frank and will feature the series’ core cast led by James Roday and Dulé Hill.

They will be joined by Maggie Lawson, Corbin Benson, Kirsten Nelson as well as fan favorite Timothy Omundson, who is on the mend, recovering after a stroke. The script is being adjusted to accommodate him.

Fake psychic detective Shawn Spencer (Roday) and his best friend, Burton “Gus” Guster (Hill), will team up again for the two-hour Psych: The Movie, which will start production next week for a premiere in December. Franks co-wrote the movie with Roday and also will direct the special.

calling all Psych fans

I keep seeing posts where people are wondering where all the Psych fans are on tumblr :) just a friendly reminder that I am an avid Psych fan!! I follow and am followed by many other Psych fans!! follow me if you want tons of Psych! :D


The Psych gang is getting back together.

The cast of the long-running USA Network comedy will reunite for a two-hour TV movie.

Set to premiere in December, Psych: The Movie picks up three years after the event of the finale when the group comes together during the holidays after a mystery assailant targets one of their own.

Stars James Roday and Dule Hill will both reprise their roles as BFFs Shawn and Gus, along with castmembers Timothy Omundson, Maggie Lawson, Corbin Bernsen and Kirsten Nelson. (The logline also promises the return of some fan-favorite characters.) Roday also co-wrote Psych: The Movie with series creator Steve Franks, who will also direct the special.


Originally posted by detective-hybrid

There’s a theory going around that Chief Vick knows that Shawn isn’t psychic but chooses to overlook it because of how good he is at solving crime.

I have the same theory!!!!! and think about it - it totally tracks: when Shawn’s picture in the paper led to her getting made official Chief of Police in the end of season 2 and all the times she put up with Shawn’s stupid silliness because she KNEW he could solve it. thnk about the Yin Yang episodes - she tells Henry that Shawn is the only chance they have of catching Yang. And when Trout shows up and she’s on leave she says that if she goes down for what she did as Chief, that “It’s a sword I’m happy to fall on”. it’s like she’s OWNING responsibility for what she did when she hired Shawn and Gus. I can’t be the only one who wants to know exactly what she and Henry talked about in her office in the Pilot episode. My guess is that she asked Henry if he thought Shawn could solve cases. And I think Henry said yes. Because remember at the end of the Pilot when Henry tells Shawn that he’s not okay with Shawn’s pretending, and then Shawn sees the newspaper in his truck that has the article about his first solved case.
Did everyone get that? Cuz I think I just blew my own mind.