Psych - Season 1 details
|Starring:||James Roday, Dule Hill, Timothy Omundson, Corbin Bernsen, Maggie Lawson, Kirsten Nelson|
|Directors:||Michael Engler, Mel Damski, Michael Zinberg|
|Genres:||Comedy, Television - American, Series/Miniseries|
Psych - Season 1 - Disc 1
|12 Disc 1|
Psych - Season 1 - Disc 2
|12 Disc 2|
Psych - Season 1 - Disc 3
|12 Disc 3|
Psych - Season 1 - Disc 4
|12 Disc 4|
|Run time:||10 hours 45 minutes|
|Rental release:||01 Sep 2008|
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Psych Season1By a customer from Huddersfield , 13 Oct 2008
[Highly rated reviewer]Very Funny Comedy Set in The US, about a dude that pretends to be a psychic detective.
Well worth a watch Light hearted comedy
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Awesome seriesBy Danny251986 (34 reviews) from Oxford , 09 Dec 2011I'm really enjoying this series, it's funny and well thought out. I can't wait till I receive the next disc.
Original but somehow familiar.By Uttakaos (4 reviews) from Praze an Beeble - Cornwall , 29 Nov 2011Situation comedy has become pretty trite these days - nothing cutting edge, blunt & lavatorial, then in bounces something whil'st not original at least thoroughly entertaining & well scripted.
You have nothing to lose renting this but the enjoyment of watching it:
Psych Season 1 - Superb!By Katy_M (1 review) , 18 May 2011A fabulous series that I enjoyed immensly. Has a different take on the procedural drams of late. Hugely funny but can turn on a penny when it get series. All actors are awesome and I can't wait to watch more.
Psych Season1By a customer from Worksop , 17 Apr 2009A super cast who deliver a script that consists of humour and crime solving. If you enjoyed moonlighting then you will love this. If you are too young for moonlighting then you should watch this to see what comedy drama really is.
Psyched by PsychBy a customer from London , 09 Feb 2009'Psych' is a refreshing new take on the somewhat weary police/private detective trope. Casting aside the procedural (and graphic) weight of CSI while remaining observant and logical, the show's comedic nature re-invents and subverts the utter sobriety of other popular shows.
The main character - Shaun Spencer - manages to be highly irritating on a frequent basis, but the presence of his best friend (and by far the best character on the show) - Burton 'Gus' Guster - makes the show thoroughly watchable. Other characters of note are Detective Lassiter (aka 'Lassie'), and Shaun's father who also provide a calmer antidote to Shaun's somewhat over the top behaviour. (Good news, he seems to calm down a little in season 2).
Some episodes are forgetable, but the one at the convention, and the one at the Irish pub speed dating event should have you laughing your head off. If you are a fan of recent Vancouver filmed sci-fi shows, you might just want to watch so you can spot the many, many familiar faces, and count to many, many sci-fi or geek references.
Still, the writing is good if not perfect, the jokes are a plenty, and you might find yourself solving some of the cases along with our heroes. I highly recommend giving this show a try - just don't take it too seriously.