Shawn, Gus, Juliette and Lassiter all return in 'Psych 2: Lassie Comes Home,' now playing on the Peacock streaming service. 'Psych' the TV series aired for eight seasons on USA until 2014. (July 26)
JAMES RODAY RODRIGUEZ: Lassiter has been shot and-- and while in surgery, had a stroke on top of that. And he's in a rehab facility, he's trying to, you know, work his way back mentally, physically, spiritually, and he starts seeing weird stuff. And he's trying to figure out if it's real or not. So, of course, much to his chagrin, he has to call in Shawn and Gus for help.
And then, of course, Juliet works her way into the equation as she's always want to do. And before you know it, the whole family's back together again.
MAGGIE LAWSON: We had so much fun creating "Psych" and working together. And, you know, I remember us talking about hoping that that would, like, translate and that the audience would feel that. And over time, we started to notice this group of Psychos, sort of, forming, and we became, you know, interactive with them. And now they're just a part of the team.
I mean, the reason we make these movies is because of the Psychos.
DULE HILL: Shawn, Gus, Lassie, Juliet, they're really a bunch of outcasts, really. They're not big-- they think they're cool, but then none of them are cool. Like, none of us are cool, but we swear that we are. But we all love and respect each other. Whether it's Shawn and Gus, whether it's Lassie and Juliet, there was a-- there was a-- they each honor and respect each other.
And I think for some of the fans, they might be attracted to that. They might be attracted to having friendships and relationships with people who just love you and accept you for being exactly who you are.