Rounding the seawall at south False Creek in Vancouver last Wednesday morning, I could hear high-pitched squealing from inside a ring of food trucks —… Read More »SHOOT: James Roday & Dule Hill Film PSYCH’s Food Truck Episode in South False Creek
Photos by Larry/@BastardSonVan. “Suuuuuuuckkk iiiittt” in song? Last month fans lined up for hours in San Diego to attend the World Premiere of Psych: The… Read More »YOUR SHOOT: PSYCH: The MUSICAL World Premiere with Full Cast
Psych creator/showrunner Steve Franks is in Vancouver to direct what is expected to be the season 8 finale (possibly series finale). From the photo he… Read More »FINALE: PSYCH Showrunner Steve Franks Shares Photo of Cast on Set
UPDATE: Scene the fans witnessed was #Shules – Shawn (James Roday)’s proposal of marriage on bended knee to Jules (Maggie Lawson). Psych creator/showrunner Steve Franks directed… Read More »SHOOT: PSYCH Creator Steve Franks Directs Season 8 Finale in West End
Thursday July 18, 2013 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Ballroom 20.
Cast: Kirsten Nelson, James Roday, Maggie Lawson, Dule Hill, moderator Cary Elwes,Timothy Omundson and Corbin Bernsen.
- James Roday is on Twitter.
- Let me repeat. James Roday is on Twitter.
- Psych showrunner Steve Franks is on Twitter too.
- Psych-Os chose Dream Therapy for the fan episode. Synopsis: From acclaimed director, James Roday (Mr. Yin Presents…Heeeeere’s Lassie), comes a new vision in terror: “Nightmare on State Street”! An exhausted Gus enters dream therapy to understand the cause of his recent night terrors and nothing is ever again what it seems… In dreams, no one can hear you scream… no matter how high pitched and lady-like you sound. Dule Hill previewed a Gus scream at the panel.
- Psych the Musical airs Sunday, December 15th, on the USA Network.
- Psych season 8 coming this winter. Waiiit for Eight….
Psych’s seventh episode of season eight is packed with guest stars. Tom Arnold plays paranormal police consultant Garth Mayers who comes to Santa Barbara with his ghost sidekick Bernie to appear on a panel at the Cutting Edge Consultants Convention at Santa Barbara University. And Oscar winner Mira Sorvino debuts as the Santa Barbara Police’s head detective Betsy Brannigan, the newest member of Psych’s crime-fighting quartet.
Today’s shoot was at the University of British Columbia’s CHEM building dressed as the Santa Barbara University’s Faculty of Sciences, with Shawn Spencer (James Roday) and BFF Burton “Gus” Guster (Dule Hill) talking to someone outside the convention. The next scene was the guy in the suit below being escorted out. Is he someone I should know Psych-Os? Update: It’s Vincent Ventresca, aka The Invisible Man.
So that was Oscar-winner Mira Sorvino filming Psych as a Santa Barbara Police Department detective last Thursday afternoon at Terra Pita Place in east Vancouver. According to TV Line, she’s the new head detective Betsy Brannigan and a mix of sweet and badass. In other words: “a scrapbooking, cat loving, crime-fighting machine.” Sounds like a good fit for the Psych gang.
Sorvino takes the place of Maggie Lawson in the crime-fighting quartet for some episodes as Lawson goes to work on her new sitcom Back in the Game.