USA has reportedly canceled the detective dramedy Psych, prompting a massive outpouring of support from fans who didn't realize the show was still on the air.
"I watched the first few episodes when the show debuted after WWE Monday Night Raw in 2006, and it was so bad, I just assumed it would be canceled by the middle of the first season, so I stopped watching," explained Jason Craig, who describes himself as a fan of shitty TV shows. "I didn't want to get too invested."
After learning today that not only was the show canceled, but it actually made it 8 seasons, Craig says that he's suffered twice in one day. "I feel that I would have been really sad to see the show go if I had bothered to keep watching it," he told us.
In the wake of the cancelation, social media outlets were lit up with comments from enraged fans saying things like "WTF I thought Psych was canceled five years ago," and "How did that show make it eight seasons in the first place?" There were no answers forthcoming, but one theory suggests that Psych star James Rhoday possesses photographs of USA President Chris McCumber in flagrante delicto with a donkey. While these rumors are completely unsubstantiated, The Outhouse is unable to come up with a better explanation.
In addition to upsetting the show's dozens of current viewers, the cancelation comes as a blow to WWE's roster of professional wrestlers, who will have nowhere else on TV to guest star anymore. "Really? Really? I'm starting a petition for them to bring back Walker: Texas Ranger," said WWE superstar The Miz. "Come on. Throw us a bone here."
Rhoday and costar Dulé Hill made the announcement themselves on YouTube yesterday. Their video was viewed by over 58,000 thousand people, making it technically the highest rated episode of Psych ever.