doesn’t pick up with Juliet, Shawn, and Gus having caught the guy who stole the engagement ring, though. The movie starts off three years after the events of the television series’ finale and it would appear that there’s some trouble in paradise for Juliet and Shawn.In an interview with Bustle at New York Comic Con, the creator of the series, Steve Franks, talked about how desperately fans wanted Juliet and Shawn to get together over the show’s run of the eight seasons — but also why that push and pull was necessary. ' You know, you don't need them together right now.
If there's a wedding, then [fans will] want children — little baby psychs." He continues, "I feel like we're always going to have something that [fans] want, but I will say that Shawn and Juliet are doing well and are happy and are together in the movie.
After all, their relationship and all its moving parts will be important to keep in mind while watching the new installment.
As a refresher, Juliet O’Hara (played by Maggie Lawson) originally met Shawn Spencer (played by James Roday) through work — she was a detective and Shawn was a "psychic" consultant on cases.
Shawn told Gus that Juliet dating Declan (‘s Nestor Carbonell as Shawn 2.0, a fake criminal profiler who confessed his fraud to Juliet), was killing him.
Gus went with Declan, and Shawn tried not to freak out when Juliet said her vacation with Declan was for two weeks. ), and Shawn suggesting that the only three people who look good hanging upside down are himself, her, and Javier Bardem (not Javier Bardem, Nadia said, Jon Stewart).