TV News: USA Renews ‘Psych’ For a Seventh Season

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CHICAGO – Fans of the longest running series currently on-air at USA can get excited to know that the series has at least sixteen more episodes still to come. The USA comedy/crime series “Psych” has officially been picked up by the network for a seventh season.

“Psych,” which stars James Roday as a sleuth who is hired by police after convincing him he has psychic powers and solves cases with his best friend Gus (Dule Hill), will be coming back to the air later this year for another full sixteen episode season. The news was announced by the two stars of the show through a video on various social networking sites, and later reiterated by USA Co-Presidents Chris McCumber and Jeff Wachtel.

The announcement by Roday and Hill came after fans figured out a puzzle of a pineapple and the completion of the puzzle made the video appear. In the video, Roday talked in a light manner about which brown belt he should by at a store when he casually said, “Oh, and also, “Psych” is officially coming back for a seventh season, which is very cool, but I’m kinda working on this belt situation right now.”

The USA Co-Presidents shared their excitement for the series as well: “We are always trying to find ways to reward our PSYCH brand ambassadors for their loyalty and passion and social media plays a critical role in how we connect with the people who matter most — the fans,” said McCumber and Wachtel. “It was exciting to deliver this historical news to them first and before traditional media.” staff writer Tim Martens

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