Psych is an American detective comedy-drama television series created by Steve Franks and broadcast on USA Network with syndicated reruns on ION Television.[1] The series stars James Roday as Shawn Spencer, a young crime consultant for the Santa Barbara Police Department whose "heightened observational skills"[2] and impressive eidetic memory allow him to convince people that he solves cases with psychic abilities. The program also stars Dulé Hill as Shawn's intelligent best friend and reluctant partner Burton "Gus" Guster, as well as Corbin Bernsen as Shawn's father, Henry, a former officer of the Santa Barbara Police Department.[3]

Psych
Psych.svg
GenreDetective fiction
Comedy-drama
Created bySteve Franks
StarringJames Roday
Dulé Hill
Timothy Omundson
Maggie Lawson
Kirsten Nelson
Corbin Bernsen
Opening theme"I Know You Know"
by The Friendly Indians
Ending theme"I Know You Know"
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons8
No. of episodes120 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)Steve Franks
Chris Henze
Kelly Kulchak
Mel Damski
Bill Callahan
Producer(s)Andy Berman
Gordon Mark
James Roday
Dulé Hill
Tim Meltreger
Tracey Jeffrey
Production location(s)British Columbia, Canada
Camera setupSingle-camera
Running time42 minutes
Production company(s)Pacific Mountain Productions
TagLine Television
NBC Universal Television Studio (2006–2007)
(seasons 1–2)
Universal Media Studios
(2007–2008)
(season 2)
Universal Cable Productions
(2008–2014)
(seasons 3–8)
DistributorNBCUniversal Television Distribution
Release
Original networkUSA Network
Picture format480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original releaseJuly 7, 2006 (2006-07-07) –
March 26, 2014 (2014-03-26)
Chronology
Followed byPsych: The Movie (2017)
Psych 2: Lassie Come Home (2020)
External links
Website

Psych debuted on Friday, July 7, 2006, immediately following the fifth-season premiere of Monk, and continued to be paired with the series until Monk's conclusion on December 4, 2009. During the second season, an animated segment titled "The Big Adventures of Little Shawn and Gus" was added to the series. Psych was the highest-rated US basic cable television premiere of 2006.[4] USA Network renewed the series for an eighth season on December 19, 2012, to include eight episodes, and ordered two more episodes on June 25, 2013, bringing the episode order to ten.[5][6] On February 5, 2014, USA Network confirmed that the eighth season of Psych would be its last, with the series finale airing on March 26, 2014.[7]

The show has developed a cult following, especially in the years since going off air, with fans of the show being called "PsychOs".[8][9] Psych: The Movie, a two-hour TV movie, aired on USA Network on December 7, 2017.[10] Franks' hope is to make five more Psych movies, following Psych: The Movie.[11] On February 14, 2019, it was announced Psych: The Movie 2 was greenlit and all the main cast would return for the TV movie, which was set to premiere in late 2019, but the premiere thereof was subsequently delayed to 2020, with the movie renamed Psych 2: Lassie Come Home. The movie will air on NBC Universal's new streaming service, Peacock at some point after that service launches.[12][13]

OverviewEdit

Most episodes begin with a cold open in the form of a flashback to Shawn and Gus's childhoods. The flashbacks usually involve Shawn and Gus being taught a lesson by a young Henry Spencer (Shawn's father), who wishes that his son would follow in his footsteps and become a law enforcement officer. These lessons often play a role for the climax of the episode. As a child, Shawn was taught by Henry to hone his powers of observation and deduction, often using games and challenges to test him. Each flashback also sets the theme for the episode.

Shawn originally becomes known as a psychic when, after calling in tips on dozens of crimes covered on the news which help the police to close the case, the police become suspicious of his knowledge. The police theorize that such knowledge could only come from the "inside" and they decide to arrest him as a suspect. To avoid being sent to jail, Shawn uses his observational skills to convince the police that he is psychic. The interim police chief warns Shawn that if his "powers" are fake, he will be prosecuted. With no choice but to keep up the act, and having proven himself an effective aid to the police in solving crimes, he establishes a psychic detective agency, Psych, and becomes an outside consultant to the police. Pretending to have psychic powers allows him to engage in strange and comic behavior as he turns real clues into hunches and otherworldly visitations. He enjoys teasing lifelong friend Burton Guster (Gus), a pharmaceutical sales representative, about Gus's eclectic interests as they drive around in a blue Toyota Echo nicknamed "The Blueberry"[14] solving crimes.

Head detective Carlton Lassiter (Timothy Omundson), playfully nicknamed "Lassie" by Shawn and Gus, quietly respects Shawn's crime-solving skills, but doubts his psychic abilities and is constantly exasperated and/or infuriated by his antics. However, junior detective Juliet "Jules" O'Hara (Maggie Lawson) and Chief Vick (Kirsten Nelson) are far less antagonistic – with O'Hara expressing belief in Shawn's abilities, while Vick is mum on the subject – and usually willing to give Shawn the leeway he needs to solve cases. Henry and Shawn have a difficult relationship, but despite this, Henry reluctantly helps Shawn on various occasions.

CharactersEdit

MainEdit

 
The cast of Psych, from left to right: Maggie Lawson, Corbin Bernsen, James Roday, Kirsten Nelson, Dulé Hill, and Timothy Omundson

RecurringEdit

EpisodesEdit

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast airedNetwork
115July 7, 2006 (2006-07-07)March 2, 2007 (2007-03-02)USA
216July 13, 2007 (2007-07-13)February 15, 2008 (2008-02-15)
316July 18, 2008 (2008-07-18)February 20, 2009 (2009-02-20)
416August 7, 2009 (2009-08-07)March 10, 2010 (2010-03-10)
516July 14, 2010 (2010-07-14)December 22, 2010 (2010-12-22)
616October 12, 2011 (2011-10-12)April 11, 2012 (2012-04-11)
714February 27, 2013 (2013-02-27)May 29, 2013 (2013-05-29)
The MusicalDecember 15, 2013 (2013-12-15)
810January 8, 2014 (2014-01-08)March 26, 2014 (2014-03-26)
The MovieDecember 7, 2017 (2017-12-07)
The Movie 2: Lassie Come Home2020 (2020)Peacock


ProductionEdit

The show uses White Rock, British Columbia, Canada for its Santa Barbara, California setting.[15] Psych also incorporates Vancouver and various locations around the Lower Mainland of British Columbia as a backdrop. Santa Barbara is on a mountainous coastline without bays and just has the few Channel Islands miles offshore. Many of the overlooking helicopter shots and set-up shots (in which the exterior of the Santa Barbara Courthouse is shown) are actually filmed in Santa Barbara. The animated segments "The Big Adventures of Little Shawn and Gus" were created by J.J. Sedelmaier Productions, Inc. The music, effects, and sound design for "The Big Adventures of Little Shawn and Gus" were created by Fred Weinberg.

Theme songEdit

The theme song for Psych is "I Know You Know" by The Friendly Indians, series creator Steve Franks' band. Some episodes in seasons three-eight use an extended version of "I Know You Know", consisting of the first verse and the chorus,[16] but most episodes use a shortened version, consisting of mostly the chorus. In some episodes, the theme song is changed, usually as a tie-in to the theme of the episode to come.

VariationsEdit

  • The theme was given a Christmas theme for the episode "Gus's Dad May Have Killed an Old Guy". It was used again in "Christmas Joy" (3.09) and "The Polarizing Express".
  • The song was sung in Spanish for "Lights, Camera... Homicidio" and "No Country for Two Old Men".
  • It was expanded into a Bollywood-themed version sung in Hindi in "Bollywood Homicide" while each of the theme credits was shown first in Hindi, then in English.
  • Boyz II Men performed an a cappella version of the theme for "High Top Fade Out". It was used again for the episode "Let's Doo-Wop It Again".
  • In "Romeo and Juliet and Juliet", the main titles are translated in Chinese. However, the actual theme song is not edited.
  • Curt Smith of Tears for Fears guest-starred in "Shawn 2.0" and recorded his own version of the theme. Smith also recorded a song ("This is Christmas") for the episode "The Polarizing Express".[17]
  • Julee Cruise, who recorded the theme for Twin Peaks, recorded a slower, extended version of the theme for the Twin Peaks-inspired episode "Dual Spires".
  • A superhero-themed version was recorded for "The Amazing Psych-Man & Tap Man, Issue #2". The main titles were also redone in a comic-book style.
  • For the episode "Heeeeere's Lassie", the song and main titles were given a theme similar to The Shining.

The Christmas-themed and Hindi versions of the song also include variations on the main titles. The Hindi and Chinese-themed episodes phonetically translated words into Devanagari and Chinese characters, respectively, in their title sequences. The title sequence in the episode "Dual Spires" is an almost shot-for-shot recreation of the title sequence of Twin Peaks. The episode "100 Clues" featured an entirely new main title sequence based on the board game Clue. The actor names and title were shown on game cards similar to those of the cards of suspects in Clue.

PineappleEdit

In the episode "Pilot", James Roday improvised by picking up a pineapple and saying, "Should I slice this up for the road?" Since then, pineapples have appeared in almost every episode as a running gag. The pineapple is a major marketing point for items related to the show on the USA website.[18] Fan movements, such as fan-made websites, have also been dedicated to finding a pineapple or pineapple-related object in each episode.[19]

"Psych: The Musical"Edit

Before season 8 was aired, the show did a special, 88-minute musical episode. This episode does not fit chronologically in the narrative; there are situations in the episode that would imply that it takes place sometime before the middle of season 7.

Series finale post-showEdit

Following the series finale on March 26, 2014, USA Network aired a live post-show. The hour-long special was hosted by Kevin Pereira and featured series stars and creator/executive producer Steve Franks.[20]

"Psych: The Movie"Edit

On May 8, 2017, USA Network announced Psych: The Movie, a two-hour TV movie to air December 7, 2017.[21] All the original main cast would return for the TV movie, which was directed by series creator, Steve Franks, and screenplayed by Franks and series star, James Roday. Zachary Levi was later announced for the movie, as the main villain, "Thin White Duke,",[22] while Jazmyn Simon – Dulé Hill's real-life fiancée – played Selene, a romantic interest for Gus.[23] On July 5, 2017, Charlotte Flair announced that she would be in Psych: The Movie as Heather Rockrear.[24]

On June 28, 2017, former guest star Ralph Macchio joined the cast reprising his role as Nick Conforth,[25] the police academy officer who trained Shawn and Gus in season 5. Principal photography took place from May 25 to June 18[26][27] in Vancouver, British Columbia. It was later announced that Timothy Omundson would have a reduced role due to a stroke, but would still appear.[28] In addition, Kurt Fuller, John Cena and Jimmi Simpson were confirmed to be reprising their respective roles of Woody Strode, Ewan O'Hara and Mary Lightly.

"Psych 2: Lassie Come Home"Edit

On February 14, 2019, it was announced Psych: The Movie 2 was greenlit and all the main cast would return for the TV movie, set to premiere in 2019.[29] On April 18, 2019, it was announced Joel McHale would be joining the TV movie, as well as Jimmi Simpson, reprising his recurring role as Mary Lightly.[30] On September 17, 2019, it was announced that the sequel had been renamed Psych 2: Lassie Come Home and would instead be airing on NBCUniversal's new streaming service, Peacock. Consequently, the movie will only debut after the streaming service is launched.[31][13]

ReceptionEdit

RatingsEdit

Psych scored a 4.51 rating and an average of 6.1 million total viewers at its premiere, which made it the highest-rated scripted series premiere on basic cable in 2006 in all key demographics (households, P18-49, P25-54, and total viewers), according to a USA Network press release, quoted from the Futon Critic.[4]

Season Timeslot (ET) Episodes Premiered Ended TV season
Date Premiere
Viewers
(in millions)
Date Finale
Viewers
(in millions)
1
Friday 10:00 pm (July 7, 2006 – February 20, 2009)
15
July 7, 2006
6.06[32]
March 2, 2007
4.48[33] 2006–2007
2 16
July 13, 2007
4.33[34]
February 15, 2008
4.70[35] 2007–2008
3 16
July 18, 2008
4.89[36]
February 20, 2009
4.83[37] 2008–2009
4
Friday 10:00 pm (August 7, 2009 – October 16, 2009)
Wednesday 10:00 pm (January 27, 2010 – March 10, 2010)
16
August 7, 2009
3.98[38]
March 10, 2010
2.95[39] 2009–2010
5
Wednesday 10:00 pm (July 14, 2010 – May 29, 2013)[a]
16
July 14, 2010
3.69[40]
December 22, 2010
2.90[41] 2010
6 16
October 12, 2011
3.00[42]
April 11, 2012
2.71[43] 2011–2012
7 14
February 27, 2013
2.94[44]
May 29, 2013[a]
2.18[45] 2013
8
Wednesday 9:00 pm (January 8, 2014 – March 26, 2014)
10
January 8, 2014
2.28[46]
March 26, 2014
1.93[47] 2014
Notes
  1. ^ a b The episode "Psych: The Musical" aired as a special two-hour event at 9:00 pm Eastern on December 15, 2013, outside of the seventh season's primary run.

Nominations and awardsEdit

Psych was the winner of the Independent Investigations Group Annual Award for "Excellence in Entertainment" for advancing the cause of science and exposing superstition. Accepting for Psych was staff writer Daniel Hsia.[48][49] James Roday was nominated for the 2006 Satellite Award for Best Actor – TV Series Musical or Comedy.[50] James Roday was also nominated for the 2009 Ewwy Award for Best Actor in a Comedy. Psych was nominated for its first Emmy Award in 2010 in the category Outstanding Music Composition for a Series for the episode "Mr. Yin Presents...".[51] Adam Cohen and John Robert Wood were the composers for this episode. Psych was nominated for its second Emmy Award in 2012 in the category "Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media" for their interactive game "HashTag Killer". In 2012 and 2013, Psych was nominated for the People's Choice Award for "Best Cable TV Comedy". In 2014, Psych won the People's Choice Award for "Best Cable TV Comedy" in its last nomination.

SyndicationEdit

In July 2011, ION Television announced that Psych would become part of its 2012 broadcast in syndication.[52] During 2012, reruns of the show mostly ran on Saturdays as a marathon. In 2013, ION Television announced the acquisition option pick-up of season seven of Psych. The deal with NBC Universal Cable & New Media Distribution adds all 16 new episodes of season seven to ION's existing library of seasons one–six of Psych and includes rights to future seasons.[53] As of January 2017, Psych start airing on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries and is also airing on ION Television.

Home mediaEdit

Title Ep # Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
The Complete First Season 15 June 26, 2007 April 24, 2008 April 30, 2008
The Complete Second Season 16 July 11, 2008 June 7, 2010 March 3, 2010
The Complete Third Season 16 July 21, 2009 February 21, 2011 March 2, 2011
The Complete Fourth Season 16 July 13, 2010 July 18, 2011 August 22, 2012
The Complete Fifth Season 16 May 31, 2011 May 21, 2012 September 5, 2013
The Psych-O-Ween Collection 4 September 11, 2012[54] TBA TBA
The Complete Sixth Season 16 October 16, 2012 July 26, 2013 August 14, 2014
The Complete Seventh Season 14 October 8, 2013 July 11, 2016 TBA
Psych: The Musical 4 December 17, 2013[55] TBA TBA
The Complete Eighth Season 10 April 1, 2014[56] TBA TBA
The Complete Series 122 October 7, 2014[57] TBA TBA
The Complete Collection 122, 1 Movie July 3, 2018[58] TBA TBA

NovelsEdit

William Rabkin has written and published five novels based on the series. The novels are written in third-person narrative style. Additionally, Chad Gervich (Small Screen, Big Picture) has published a crime-fighting guide based on methods presented in the show.

Author Title ISBN Publication date
William Rabkin A Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Read 0-451-22635-6 January 6, 2009
Mind Over Magic 0-451-22744-1 July 7, 2009
The Call of the Mild 0-451-22876-6 January 5, 2010
A Fatal Frame of Mind 0-451-23159-7 August 3, 2010
Mind-Altering Murder 0-451-23252-6 February 1, 2011
Chad Gervich Psych's Guide to Crime Fighting for the Totally Unqualified 1-455-51286-9 May 7, 2013

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