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USA cancels 'Psych' after eight seasons

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It looks like Shawn and Gus's psychic detective agency has finally run out of cases. On Wednesday, February 5 TVLine broke the news that the television comedy "Psych" has been canceled after running for eight seasons on USA. The final season is currently airing and will finish showing the final five episodes by the end of March.

"Psych" is a comedy drama series about Shawn Spencer (James Roday) and his best friend Burton Guster (Dule Hill) who form a psychic detective agency to help people using Shawn's gift. Shawn uses his heightened observational skills to solve crimes for the Santa Barbara Police Department as a consultant, where his father was also a decorated police officer.

The ten episode season was renewed last year and the show is currently the longest running television show on the USA Network. The show will conclude on Wednesday, March 26 and a special one hour live after show will air immediately following the final episode, with special appearances by the cast and show creator Steve Franks.

The final episode will provide closure for the show, even though the final season wasn't canceled until half of the episodes had already aired. It's also possible that the characters could return in a different medium in the future like comic books, a movie or a Broadway show.

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