USA Network To Produce Two-Hour TV Special Psych: The Movie
Originally debuting in 2006, the program revolved around the adventures of a young crime consultant who claims to have psychic powers and his best friend who tries to rein in his mischief. During its run, the show proved very successful and ran for eight consecutive seasons before concluding in 2014.
Three years after the series finale, however, the network has resolved to breathe new life into it for a two-hour special that will premiere this coming December. Series leads James Roday and Dule Hill have already been confirmed to return for the movie, with regulars Timothy Omundson, Maggie Lawson, and Corbin Bernsen also being said to be ready to reprise their roles as well.
Comingsoon.net, the source of this story, quotes NBCUniversal Entertainment Networks chief Chris McCumber as saying the following about the TV comedy.
“Psych is a beloved part of our USA family, and what better time to reunite with family than the holidays,” says Chris McCumber, President, Entertainment Networks for NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment. “Steve and James have taken the unique brand of comedy that the series honed over eight seasons and packed it in to a two-hour movie that successfully rekindles one of the greatest bro-mances in television history.”
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