It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Renewed for Four More Years

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is one of the longest comedy TV series. Now, FX announces the series renewed through season 18.

This is an American absurd comedy that aired on FX in August 2005. Then the series moved to FXX starting with the ninth season in 2013 and continue to work with new seasons. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia also created by Rob McElhenney, and developed with Glenn Howerton. In the series cast members include Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, Kaitlin Olson, and Danny DeVito. And, season 14 already aired on FXX on September 25, 2019.

Now, the series has been renewed for four more years through season 18.

Also, Glenn Howerton recently talked about It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and the ongoing pandemic:

“We have been talking about overarching concepts, but we haven’t really gotten down to business because Rob’s still finishing up the second season of Mythic Quest, which has been constantly put on hold and then they go back and get put on hold again because of COVID.

There’s not really much to report, we’ve got overarching ideas that we want to explore next season that we’re all three of us really excited about, but as far as creating stories and writing stuff, that hasn’t happened yet.”

When is the ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ season 15 release date?

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia‘ Season 15 will release on FXX in 2021. Also, with these new episodes premiering the next day on FX on Hulu. In addition to that, the series first aired on FX in 2005 and has reached more than 1.5 billion hours viewed since its first day.

Season 15 follows Dennis and Charlie stand guard at the entrance to their laser tag base waiting to ambush the legendary “Big Mo,” but Dennis begins to ponder the reasons they play laser tag and if their pursuit of a victory is worth their effort.

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