USA cancels Psych, but not without saying goodbye John Stewart February 5, 2014 Television It’s the end of the road for Psych on the USA Network, the company announced that it would be ending the series after this season. The show managed to beat some records before leaving, the buddy-comedy lasted longer than any other USA Network series to date, finishing with eight seasons. The final episode will air on Wednesday, March 26 at 9/8c, so make sure you watch if you have been following along. That’s not the end of the story though, USA will host a special Q&A with the series’ cast and a few of the creators/crew including, Steve Franks. That special will air after the final episode at 10/9c. In a statement released this evening, USA Network president Chris McCumber spoke fondly of the show saying, “‘Psych’ has made an indelible imprint on the television landscape, with a unique brand of comedy.” The letter continued, “The final season celebrates the iconic characters that have made this show so beloved, and will be an exclamation point on the series’ incredible run. And while the series will wrap in March somehow, I don’t believe we’ve heard the last of Shawn and Gus.” The show won a People’s Choice Award for Best Television Comedy in January, and the series has it’s own “Psychos” that will forever remember the comedy. The series will wrap after taking a few Emmy nominations.