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Zachary Levi on Returning to Comic-Con In a New Role For Syfy — IndieWire’s Turn It On Podcast

13 hours ago | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

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Zachary Levi first attended San Diego Comic-Con 11 years ago, when his NBC series “Chuck” first premiered. Not only did he fall in love with the fan event, he soon found a way to put his own stamp on the gathering with his Nerd Machine brand. That led to Nerd HQ, an annual fan event that traditionally was held simultaneously with Comic-Con in San Diego.

But don’t call him the “King of Con” – a label that Levi thinks only comic book royalty have earned. “I don’t know if I love that title,” he said. “Even though I’ve been a nerd my whole life this will only be my 11th year at Comic-Con. You gotta be Stan Lee status. Every one else is vying for »

- Michael Schneider

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Zachary Levi on Returning to Comic-Con In a New Role For Syfy — IndieWire’s Turn It On Podcast

13 hours ago | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Last Week’S Podcast: Danny Trejo on Weapons, Tacos, the Los Angeles Rams and Weird Looks from Parents — IndieWire’s Turn It On Podcast

Zachary Levi first attended San Diego Comic-Con 11 years ago, when his NBC series “Chuck” first premiered. Not only did he fall in love with the fan event, he soon found a way to put his own stamp on the gathering with his Nerd Machine brand. That led to Nerd HQ, an annual fan event that traditionally was held simultaneously with Comic-Con in San Diego.

But don’t call him the “King of Con” – a label that Levi thinks only comic book royalty have earned. “I don’t know if I love that title,” he said. “Even though I’ve been a nerd my whole life this will only be my 11th year at Comic-Con. You gotta be Stan Lee status. Every one else is vying for »

- Michael Schneider

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Psych: First Look at the USA Movie; Who Almost Missed the Reunion

18 July 2017 7:57 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

What can fans expect from the upcoming Psych movie? Recently, Entertainment Weekly released a first look at the USA Network series reunion.The TV movie will reunite the cast of the detective dramedy, which ran for eight seasons before ending in 2014. Returning stars include Dulé Hill, James Roday, Corbin Bernsen, Kirsten Nelson, Maggie Lawson, and Timothy Omundson.Read More… »

- TVSeriesFinale.com

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Comic-Con 2017: Syfy’s Panel & Screening Schedule Includes Channel Zero: No-end House, Sharknado 5, Blood Drive

18 July 2017 11:37 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Syfy will have a huge presence at this year's Comic-Con, with special screenings of Channel Zero: No-End House and Blood Drive, as well as a plethora of panels, including Sharknado 5: Global Swarming:

Press Release: New York, NY – July 5, 2017 – As Syfy celebrates its 25th anniversary and its recent brand reboot, the network is headed to San Diego Comic-Con bigger and better than ever before. In addition to 15 Syfy series panels or screenings, the network is rolling out a host of events, activations and parties designed to leave no fan behind. And Syfy will once again extend the fun to fans nationwide, with a three-night live TV event, Syfy Live From Comic-con, hosted by Zachary Levi.

“San Diego Comic-Con is the pinnacle event of the year for sci-fi enthusiasts, and as the only network dedicated to the genre 24/7, we can’t wait to celebrate in a big way,” said Alexandra Shapiro, »

- Derek Anderson

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Psych Creator Wants to Make Five More Revival Movies

18 July 2017 11:26 AM, PDT | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

Most shows that manage to snag a revival movie do so with the understanding that this will be the show and characters' final moment in the sun before fading away forever, but Psych creator Steve Franks isn't willing to settle for that. In fact, he wants to make five more movies in the world of

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- Lindsay Macdonald

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The First Image From Psych: The Movie Has Surfaced

17 July 2017 4:00 AM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Back in May, we reported that USA Network would be airing Psych: The Movie this December. The movie is a reunion of sorts for the series that ended back in 2014, bringing back all your favorite characters, with the exception of Lassiter, due to the actor who portrays him, Timothy Omundson, having had a stroke a few months back. For those unfamiliar with the fan favorite series, Psych told the story of Shawn Spencer (James Roday), who utilized his unbelievable skills of observation to become a fake psychic detective, with the aid of his best friend for life, Gus (Dule Hill). Though an hour long, the series was hilarious with countless '80s references and perfect chemistry between the two leads.

We now have more details about the made-for-tv movie including the first image, reuniting the cast after three years!

Check out the first image from Psych: The Movie on Entertainment Weekly! »

- Nick Doll

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The First Psych: The Movie Photo Confirms This Fan Favorite's Reduced Role

16 July 2017 1:42 PM, PDT | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

Ahead of its December release, new details have emerged about the forthcoming movie revival of USA Network's Psych.

A first look image of the cinematic reunion has been revealed by Entertainment Weekly, and in it, we see James Roday as Shawn Spencer, Corbin Bernson as Henry Spencer, Kirsten Nelson

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- Amanda Bell

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Suits Ep Previews Harvey's Big 'Splash' as Boss, New Struggles for Mike/Rachel

11 July 2017 4:30 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

There’s a new lawyer in charge on USA Network’s Suits, and he wants to make one thing very clear: he’s not Jessica.

With Gina Torres’ power player moved to Chicago, Harvey assumes the title of managing partner at Pearson Specter Litt during Season 7 (premiering this Wednesday at 9/8c) and wastes no time putting his stamp on the firm.

RelatedSuits Adds Dulé Hill for Season 7

In taking over for “his mother figure” Jessica, “it’s like he’s stepping into or out of — however you want to look at it — the shadow of a very successful, incredibly dominant parent, »

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Suits: Season Seven; First Look at Dule Hill (Psych) on the USA Series

6 July 2017 9:08 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Dulé Hill is coming to USA Network. Recently, The Hollywood Reporter released a first look at Hill's new character on Suits.The Psych star will be playing Alex Williams, a rival lawyer to Gabriel Macht's Harvey, on the upcoming seventh season of the legal drama. The cast also includes Patrick J. Adams, Gina Torres, Rick Hoffman, Sarah Rafferty, and Meghan Markle.Read More… »

- TVSeriesFinale.com

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'Suits' First Look: Dule Hill Makes His Debut (Exclusive)

6 July 2017 8:10 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

There’s a new face hanging around the Pearson Specter Litt offices this season on Suits.

Dule Hill (The West Wing, Psych) joins the cast of the USA Network drama in its upcoming seventh season, where he is poised for a season-long arc as Alex Williams, a longtime friend of Harvey's (Gabriel Macht), who is currently a senior partner at rival law firm Bratton Gould, where he maintains an enviable roster of clients. 

Ahead of Suits' July 12 premiere, The Hollywood Reporter has the first-look at Hill's debut. In the images above and below, Hill’s Alex seems to be making himself comfortable »

- Amber Dowling

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Psych: Dule Hill to Have New Love Interest for Holiday Reunion Movie

5 July 2017 9:08 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

What's in store for the upcoming Psych reunion? TVLine reports Dulé Hill's character will have a new love interest in the USA Network TV movie.Hill plays Gus on the detective dramedy, which ran for eight seasons before ending in 2014. The cast also includes James Roday, Corbin Bernsen, Kirsten Nelson, Maggie Lawson, and Timothy Omundson.Read More… »

- TVSeriesFinale.com

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TVLine Items: Psych Movie Adds WWE Champ, Alphas Alum to Castle and More

5 July 2017 11:44 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Psych: The Movie has added a new baddie for Gus and Shawn to (literally?) grapple with.

Four-time WWE Women’s Champion Charlotte “Daughter of Ric” Flair is making her acting debut in the reunion movie as Heather Rockrear, the sidekick to Zachary Levi’s recently cast villain, Thin White Duke, TVGuide.com reports.

RelatedPsych Movie: Chuck’s Zachary Levi Joins Revival Cast as the Big Bad

Flair is among good (wrestling) company as the series has previously cast other professional wrestlers in guest-starring roles, including John Cena, The Bella Twins, The Miz, Stacy Keibler, Big Show and Mickie James. »

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Psych: Ralph Macchio Returning for the Holiday Reunion Movie

2 July 2017 3:35 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Psych fans will see Ralph Macchio appear on the reunion movie, and his character will play a major role on the plot of the film. He played Nick Conforth on the series. The actor revealed his involvement in a short video.Read More… »

- TVSeriesFinale.com

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Ralph Macchio Returning for Psych: The Movie

28 June 2017 12:38 PM, PDT | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

Ralph Macchio (Karate Kid, Outsiders) is reprising one of his two Psych roles in the upcoming sequel movie for the hit USA series. »

- Matthew Erao

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‘Playing House’ Review: Season 3 Still Be Bangin’ Because of the Aspirational Friendship That Conquered Real-Life Cancer

23 June 2017 5:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

While doing press in January for the third season of “Playing House,” co-creators, writers, stars and real-life best friends Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham hinted that they shared a major bonding experience that they had written into the show. But they decided to keep mum about it until early May, when St. Clair revealed in a post on the StandUp2Cancer website that she had underwent treatment for breast cancer, with her best friend by her side every step of the way.

Read More: Summer TV Preview: 20 New and Returning Comedies Worth Watching

The duo had worried that introducing such a serious storyline into the show wouldn’t feel organic or that it would overpower the comedy, but that fear was unfounded. “Playing House” is funnier, more in tune with its beating heart of comedy than ever, because of how the battle with cancer brought the two friends closer together.

Making the series after that was an exercise in gratitude, and the show exudes positivity, hope and joy through every line and scene. If anything, “Playing House” balances out its humor and multiple storylines so well that it’s actually easy to forget that the cancer plot is coming until it happens. And then bam — right there amidst the laughter — a feeling of being blindsided and stunned. And then come the tears.

This is what sets “Playing House” and a few other powerful comedies apart from the pack — their ability to bring genuine pathos and character growth into a genre that usually favors cautious inertia. The series is fearless: It’s unafraid to change, to evolve, to grow up.

When the show began, Maggie (Parham) left her cheating husband just before she’s about to have their baby. Her best friend Emma (St. Clair) leaves behind her job overseas to move in with Maggie to help raise the baby together. But this season, it’s Maggie who’s supportive of Emma through the hard times. In between single motherhood and cancer, the friends are consistently there for each other through all the changes: reentering the world of dating (with a hot new British doctor played by Ben Willbond), turning 40, having a healthy relationship with exes, career changes, and raising children. Aging isn’t a cause for mourning or denial, but is celebrated and yes, mocked mercilessly.

Read More: ‘Playing House’: Jessica St. Clair Reveals Real-Life Breast Cancer Battle Featured in Third Season

Early on in Season 3, when Emma is considering sleeping with an ex she knew in high school, the following exchange takes place:

Real talk: do penises age? Asking for a friend.

Check out this first look at Season 3! We're dying a little with excitement. pic.twitter.com/TfxtuxfNo9

Playing House (@PlayingHouseUSA) June 22, 2017

What’s beautiful about their relationship is that Maggie doesn’t even hesitate to answer in the most earnest and detailed manner possible. Oh yes, “Playing House” is crass, inappropriate, silly, but most of all vital. This season might be about embracing all the ups and downs of age 40, but it doesn’t act its age. Emma and Maggie’s lust for life and sharing is infectious, so much so that a new character introduced in the first episode gets visibly verklempt after hearing about the extent of the women’s friendship. Nobody is immune to the power of their triumphant and gleeful bond.

As strong as their friendship is though, it is not exclusive. Characters on the show get swept up in their wake, only to be embraced as extended family. And while some of the scenes featuring these characters without the benefit of the Bff presence or chemistry falter a bit, that too is part of the growing and learning process. This season we see more of exes Mark (Keegan-Michael Key), Bruce (Brad Morris), Zach (Zach Woods) and even Tina, aka “Bird Bones” (Lindsay Sloane), among a slew of others who are game to ditch their dignity for laughs. And in a way, we the audience are invited into that circle of friends as well.

St. Clair and Parham deciding to incorporate their partnered cancer battle into the show isn’t just brave or smart; it’s generous. And that’s true of how the show has operated from the beginning. Sure, their friendship is a pleasure to watch and even aspirational in its strength, but sharing it in all of its imperfect glory — warts, tumors and all — is the ultimate in honest communication, trust and building a community. We’ve been invited into the house to play, and it’s exactly where we want to be.

Grade: B+

Watch this exclusive sneak peek of the bloopers from Episode 2 below:

Playing House” premieres with back-to-back episodes on Friday, June 23 at 11 p.m. and the entire season will be available on VOD on Saturday, June 24.

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- Hanh Nguyen

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‘Playing House’ Review: Season 3 Still Be Bangin’ Because of the Aspirational Friendship That Conquered Real-Life Cancer

23 June 2017 5:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

While doing press in January for the third season of “Playing House,” co-creators, writers, stars and real-life best friends Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham hinted that they shared a major bonding experience that they had written into the show. But they decided to keep mum about it until early May, when St. Clair revealed in a post on the StandUp2Cancer website that she had underwent treatment for breast cancer, with her best friend by her side every step of the way.

Read More: Summer TV Preview: 20 New and Returning Comedies Worth Watching

The duo had worried that introducing such a serious storyline into the show wouldn’t feel organic or that it would overpower the comedy, but that fear was unfounded. “Playing House” is funnier, more in tune with its beating heart of comedy than ever, because of how the battle with cancer brought the two friends closer together.

Making the series after that was an exercise in gratitude, and the show exudes positivity, hope and joy through every line and scene. If anything, “Playing House” balances out its humor and multiple storylines so well that it’s actually easy to forget that the cancer plot is coming until it happens. And then bam — right there amidst the laughter — a feeling of being blindsided and stunned. And then come the tears.

This is what sets “Playing House” and a few other powerful comedies apart from the pack — their ability to bring genuine pathos and character growth into a genre that usually favors cautious inertia. The series is fearless: It’s unafraid to change, to evolve, to grow up.

When the show began, Maggie (Parham) left her cheating husband just before she’s about to have their baby. Her best friend Emma (St. Clair) leaves behind her job overseas to move in with Maggie to help raise the baby together. But this season, it’s Maggie who’s supportive of Emma through the hard times. In between single motherhood and cancer, the friends are consistently there for each other through all the changes: reentering the world of dating (with a hot new British doctor played by Ben Willbond), turning 40, having a healthy relationship with exes, career changes, and raising children. Aging isn’t a cause for mourning or denial, but is celebrated and yes, mocked mercilessly.

Read More: ‘Playing House’: Jessica St. Clair Reveals Real-Life Breast Cancer Battle Featured in Third Season

Early on in Season 3, when Emma is considering sleeping with an ex she knew in high school, the following exchange takes place:

Real talk: do penises age? Asking for a friend.

Check out this first look at Season 3! We're dying a little with excitement. pic.twitter.com/TfxtuxfNo9

Playing House (@PlayingHouseUSA) June 22, 2017

What’s beautiful about their relationship is that Maggie doesn’t even hesitate to answer in the most earnest and detailed manner possible. Oh yes, “Playing House” is crass, inappropriate, silly, but most of all vital. This season might be about embracing all the ups and downs of age 40, but it doesn’t act its age. Emma and Maggie’s lust for life and sharing is infectious, so much so that a new character introduced in the first episode gets visibly verklempt after hearing about the extent of the women’s friendship. Nobody is immune to the power of their triumphant and gleeful bond.

As strong as their friendship is though, it is not exclusive. Characters on the show get swept up in their wake, only to be embraced as extended family. And while some of the scenes featuring these characters without the benefit of the Bff presence or chemistry falter a bit, that too is part of the growing and learning process. This season we see more of exes Mark (Keegan-Michael Key), Bruce (Brad Morris), Zach (Zach Woods) and even Tina, aka “Bird Bones” (Lindsay Sloane), among a slew of others who are game to ditch their dignity for laughs. And in a way, we the audience are invited into that circle of friends as well.

St. Clair and Parham deciding to incorporate their partnered cancer battle into the show isn’t just brave or smart; it’s generous. And that’s true of how the show has operated from the beginning. Sure, their friendship is a pleasure to watch and even aspirational in its strength, but sharing it in all of its imperfect glory — warts, tumors and all — is the ultimate in honest communication, trust and building a community. We’ve been invited into the house to play, and it’s exactly where we want to be.

Grade: B+

Watch this exclusive sneak peek of the bloopers from Episode 2 below:

Playing House” premieres with back-to-back episodes on Friday, June 23 at 11 p.m. and the entire season will be available on VOD on Saturday, June 24.

Stay on top of the latest TV news! Sign up for our TV email newsletter here.

Related stories'Better Call Saul' Review: Rough Times for Jimmy Are Bad News For Everyone Else'Playing House': Jessica St. Clair Reveals Real-Life Breast Cancer Battle Featured in Third Season'Psych: The Movie' Is Real, as the 'Psych' Cast Reunites for a New Case This Christmas »

- Hanh Nguyen

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Psych Movie Casts Jazmyn Simon as New Love Interest for Gus

22 June 2017 12:48 PM, PDT | TVGuide.com - Features | See recent TVGuide - Features news »

The upcoming Psych movie has managed to snag all the original cast (James Roday, Dulé Hill, Timothy

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- Lindsay Macdonald

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Psych Movie Casts Jazmyn Simon as New Love Interest for Gus

22 June 2017 12:48 PM, PDT | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

The upcoming Psych movie has managed to snag all the original cast (James Roday, Dulé Hill, Timothy Omundson, Maggie Lawson, Corbin Bernsen and Kirsten Nelson) for the revival, but news of its latest newbie casting is what has us psyched (pun totally intended) today.

Ballers actress Jazmyn Simon,

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- Lindsay Macdonald

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Psych Revival Enlists New Love Interest for Gus — and There's a (Fun!) Twist

22 June 2017 11:17 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

USA Network’s forthcoming Psych revival is turning into quite the family affair.

TVLine has learned exclusively that Ballers actress Jazmyn Simon — aka the real-life fiancée of Psych leading man Dulé Hill — is joining the two-hour reunion movie as a romantic interest for Hill’s lovelorn Gus.

Press Play below and watch Simon announce the casting news — and offer a tease about her character Selene — as her other half looks on approvingly.

As previously reported, the holiday-themed Psych: The Movie (premiering in December) finds original cast members James Roday, the aforementioned Dule Hill, Timothy Omundson, Maggie Lawson, Corbin Bernsen and »

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Zachary Levi to play the villain in Psych: The Movie

17 June 2017 5:50 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Last month it was announced that Psych will be returning to the small screen for a two-hour TV movie, reuniting stars James Roday (Shawn Spencer) and Dule Hill (Burton ‘Gus’ Guster) with creator Steve Franks, and now Hill has taken to Twitter to reveal that Chuck star Zachary Levi has been cast as the antagonist the Thin White Duke, who is described as “ruthless, mysterious, and dashing villain of the highest order.”

Well, #Psych-Os #Chucksters…things just got reaaally interesting. Whaaaaaat!! @ZacharyLevi @JamesRoday @Psych_USA pic.twitter.com/rDUbylsuik

Dulé Hill (@DuleHill) June 14, 2017

The synopsis for Psych: The Movie reads:

“The ambitious friends — along with some returning fan-favorite characters — come together during the holidays after a mystery assailant targets one of their own. A comedic thrill ride follows, as the wild and unpredictable Psych team pursues the bad guys, justice …and food!”

Look out for Psych: The Movie on USA Network this December. »

- Gary Collinson

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