If your body craves buttery goodness—like Psych's Burton Guster—prepare for a cholesterol overload!
The delicious comedy detective series has been renewed for a seventh season, USA announced today via a unique fan-driven social media campaign.
So what do devoted Psych-O's have to look forward to next fall?
That long-awaited musical episode, for starters. Creator Steve Franks (who wrote and performs the Psych theme song with his band the Friendly Indians) promised fans at this summer's Comic-Con that it would be the first episode of season seven if the show was picked up. (Stars James Roday and Dulé Hill's vocal talents are showcased in their hilarious music video spoofs of "Ebony and Ivory" and "Don't You (Forget About Me)").
The 16-episode order should also include a Clue tribute, which had to be cut from season six due to scheduling conflicts with the cult classic's star Tim Curry. "We were all in agreement that we cannot do Clue without Tim Curry, Roday told us this summer on the show's
Santa Barbara Vancouver set, so it will air "right out of the gates."
Meanwhile, mark your calendars for the Leap Day return of Psych's sixth season: Wed., Feb. 29 on USA.
(E! and USA are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)