USA Network Renews Its Longest-Running Series

Dec 20, 2012  •  Post A Comment

USA Network has given a renewal to its longest-running series. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that the cable channel renewed "Psych," a comedy starring James Roday and Dule Hill, for an eighth season.

The renewal was announced via Twitter by USA Network Senior Vice President of Research Ted Linhart, and comes two months before the show returns with its seventh season Feb. 27.

It’s not yet known how many episodes will be ordered or whether the eighth season will be the show’s last. The show will mark its 100th episode during its seventh season, the piece adds.

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  1. USA makes the best dramas and dramedies on TV period. FX comes in a close second. Psych has been a favorite since it started. I hope it goes on as long as the cast, etc. want. The problem with USA, FX and some other shows are that they run short summer and winter seasons and it’s a long time between. If the “free” stations could maintain this level of quality, they could draw back more viewership. No wonder they are losing viewers (look at the “worst of” list adjacent to this one).

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