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Did any of you watch Psych on the USA Network this summer?
I missed it, but lately I’ve been hearing bits & pieces about it, and it kinda sounds like a fun show!
Psych has been a ratings success since its July 7 premiere on USA, which brought in 6.25 million total viewers and ranked as the highest rated new scripted series premiere on basic cable this year with a 4.63 household rating. During its summer run, which ended August 25, Psych was the No. 1 scripted series in cable television in the coveted 18-49 demo. Psych will return in January for the second half of its first season with seven new episodes. Source
Psych on TV
You can still catch previous episodes of Psych on the USA Network.
Check out these videos from the TV show Psych. There are clips from the pilot episode, plus bloopers, fun shots, and lots of behind the scenes footage.
Are You Psyched For A Little Fun & Games?
To get you in the mood for the next repeat episode, check out these interactive online games about Psych stuff…
The first one is called PsychLibs.
And here’s another online Psych game to try out called Psych Interactive Office.
And finally, if you’re a diehard Psych fan, then you’ll love Club Psych.
Psych, centers on Shawn Spencer (Roday), who possesses uncanny powers of observation honed by his police officer father, Henry (Bernsen), who drilled young Shawn to note even the smallest details of his surroundings. When Shawn is accused of committing a crime that he actually solved for the police department (by calling in a tip), he convinces the cops that he’s a Psychic, and with the reluctant assistance of his best-friend Gus (Hill), Shawn starts solving cases for an ever-skeptical — but grudgingly impressed — police force. Source
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