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TV Review: USA’s Hit ‘Psych’ Returns in Predictable Fashion

CHICAGO – A consistent performer like “Psych” nearly defies the very concept of TV reviews. Want a full review here? “Have you seen “Psych” before? Did you like it? Then you’ll like the mid-season premiere.” That’s about it.

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

Psych on USA Network with Dule Hill and James Roday

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.

TV Review: Hit USA Show ‘Psych’ Has Average Season Start

Psych

CHICAGO – Television reviews of shows with as loyal an audience as USA’s “Psych” can be a tricky business. The show already has a devoted following and it’s unlikely that you haven’t sampled it by this point and decided for yourself if this sometimes-clever mystery series is worth your coveted Season Pass space. So the question for a season premiere like tonight’s episode is simple — does it mark a significant difference from last season? Is it any better or worse?

TV Review: USA’s Reliable, Entertaining ‘Psych’ Returns For Mid-Season Premiere

Psych

CHICAGO – “Psych” returns tonight, November 10th, 2010 for the mid-season premiere of one of basic cable’s most likable programs. The show has legions of fans but has never quite broken out like pop culture smashes “Monk,” “The Closer,” or “Mad Men.” It’s a reliably-enjoyable mystery-comedy that thrives on the comic timing and perfect chemistry of its talented leads.

TV Review: ‘Psych’ Continues to Thrive on Star Chemistry

CHICAGOUSA has undeniably become the network of summer TV entertainment and they finish off their slate of debuting and returning shows with the season premiere of the fan-favorite “Psych.” Considering it’s one of the networks more reliable hits, it doesn’t take a mind reader to predict that not much has changed in the world of Shawn and Gus.

TV Review: Final Season of ‘Monk’ Opens With Good Episode; ‘Psych’ Also Returns

Monk

CHICAGO – For seven years, USA Network’s “Monk” has consistently delivered quality entertainment. It’s never been a show that set out to break the rules or even do anything too interesting within them, but it has rarely faltered at all in its ability to entertain, something that can be said about very few series that have been on this long.

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