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.
Updated: Tom Arnold plays paranormal police consultant Garth Mathers, who has a ghost sidekick Bernie.
Fake psychic Shawn Spencer (James Roday) and his BFF Burton “Gus” Guster (Dule Hill) spent early Thurday afternoon talking smack to [paranormal police consultant Garth Mathers (Tom Arnold)] outside historic Terra Vita Place on Cassiar Street, dressed like the Santa Barbara Police Department. The now high-end condo complex is a redevelopment of the 1914 Industrial Home for Girls, a heritage building that would not look out of place in southern California.
Shawn and Gus taunt [Garth Mathers], standing on the circular driveway below with Santa Barbara police detective Carlton “Lassie” Lassiter (Timothy Omundson) and [new head detective Betsy Brannigan (Mira Sorvino)]. The smackdown goes on for a while until Shawn slides down the railing leaving Gus to grind and kick like a male stripper as [Mathers] passes him on the stairs. A large hedge hid most of the action but it appeared that “acclaimed director James Roday” (Mr. Yin Presents… Heeeeere’s Lassie) is directing this season eight episode, including his own stunt slide.
- Sunday, June 30th – The Killing 3×06 Eminent Domain airs on AMC – Linden (Mireille Enos) & Holder (Joel Kinnaman) talk to the victim who got away; Seward (Peter Sarsgaard) faces his past; Bullet (Bex Taylor Klaus) struggles with the truth while in “The Jungle”.
- Sunday, June 30th – Falling Skies 3×05 Search and Recover airs on TNT – Frenemies Tom (Noah Wyle) & Pope (Colin Cunningham) on their own in fight against Skitters.
- Saturday, June 29th – Primeval: New World 1×04 airs on Syfy in the U.S.: B.C. Bud, Leggy & guest star Patrick Gilmore.
- Saturday, June 29th – Stunt Team for The Tomorrow People with Robbie Amell (same Stunt Team as Arrow with Stephen Amell) has first concept meeting ahead of the start of filming on July 17th. #AmellWednesdays
- Saturday, June 29th – Final day (June 27-29) of AFCI Locations Show in Los Angeles where the Hollywood Reporter says more than 100 film commissions from around the world go to lure American productions to their cities using beautiful locations and tax incentives as bait.
- Friday, June 28th – Continuum 2×04 airs on Syfy in the U.S. Who’s wearing the other super suit? Guest star Patrick Gilmore.
- Friday, June 28th – The CW airs Cult final episodes 1×08 and 1×09, starring Matt Davis, in a two-hour block.
- Friday, June 28th – Psych films inside CBC Vancouver in the afternoon and evening.
- Friday, June 28th – Psych’s season 8 of filming in Vancouver extended to August 23rd via BC production list.
- Friday, June 28th – Arrow stunt team has its first concept meeting for season 2 ahead of the start of filming on July 10th.
- Friday, June 28th – EW reports that Once Upon a Time in Wonderland will be more than 13 episodes but less than 22 as showrunners plot a season-long arc with a beginning, middle and end. And if that works there’ll be a second season-long arc. Filming starts July 31st.
- Friday, June 28th – Bates Motel showrunner Carlton Cuse tweets that Season 1 Blu-ray and DVD will be available September 17th. Filming of second season here starts July 24th.
- Friday, June 28th – Deadline NY reports Terence Stamp joining the Tim Burton movie Big Eyes, starring Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz as the painter Margaret Keane and her husband Walter. Filming begins July 8th.
- Friday, June 28th – Hollywood Reporter article on new Canadian indie film about Eadweard Muybridge. which starts filming next week in Vancouver, with a stellar BC Film cast led by Michael Eklund, Sara Canning, Jodi Balfour, Ian Tracey, Christopher Heyerdahl and Torrance Combs. Directed by Kyle Rideout and produced by Josh Epstein.
- Thursday, June 27th – Vancouver whydunnit Motive 1×04 Against All Odds airs on ABC in the U.S. with guest star Peter New.
- Thursday, June 27th – Psych has night shoot inside CBC Vancouver.
- Thursday, June 27th – King & Maxwell films at Belkin House downtown.
- Thursday, June 27th – U.S. Military vs Godzilla moves on from Vancouver Area & Vancouver Island as main unit wraps a three-month-plus shoot here.
- Thursday, June 27th – IGN interview with Almost Human showrunner J.H. Wyman reveals the new sci-fi series’ Vancouver crew is the same, to a person, as former Fringe crew. Read More »WEEK: June 24-30, 2013
CONTEST: PSYCH-Os Vote for One of Three Possible Season 8 Episodes. Winner Announced at Comic-Con – Updated
Update: Filming of Psych season 8 in Vancouver extended to August 23rd.
- FOOD TRUCK – When the well-known owner of a beloved Santa Barbara food truck is mysteriously murdered, Shawn and Gus, fans of delicious flavor, are determined to solve the crime as only they can. They go undercover as proprietors of the PSYCH Naptime Food Truck, and soon discover that the high-profit world of Santa Barbara’s mobile food business is cutthroat, insular and a place of many secrets – many of them worth killing for.
- TELETHON – In a classic “How-dunnit” case with a PSYCH twist, Shawn and Gus investigate a murder that Shawn is convinced was committed by the beloved host of Santa Barbara’s annual Children’s Hospital Telethon. There’s only one problem – the host was seen by hundreds of thousands of people on live television during the exact time the murder occurred elsewhere. Can Shawn steal the show, poke a hole in this rock-solid alibi, and prove the host did it?
[UPDATE: In 1967: A Psych Odyssey directed by Kirsten Nelson the Psych cast rocks some great ’60s threads as our detectives try to solve the… Read More »SHOOT: 1967 – A PSYCH Odyssey Films in the Commodore Ballroom Downtown – Updated
Why did Psych turn half a block of Gastown into jolly old England yesterday? Crew dressed the Lamplighter Pub as The Bloody Bucket Public House,… Read More »SHOOT: James Roday & Dule Hill Film PSYCH S8 Premiere in Gastown as London