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Posted Friday 2/01/19 at 4:48PM EST
Rob McElhenney and Charlie Day's cast their It's Always Sunny pal David Hornsby on their Apple comedy, plus Danny Pudi and F. Murray Abraham
The untitled comedy set in a video game development studio has rounded out its cast.
Posted Thursday 11/08/18 at 2:22AM EST
Rob McElhenney: It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's stunning and very serious season finale was in the works for 14 years
"Very rarely do we have any kind of a real emotional resonance," says McElhenney of the Season 13 finale.
Posted Thursday 9/06/18 at 1:41AM EDT
As the Season 13 premiere showed, the FXX comedy isn't ready for change.
Posted Thursday 8/09/18 at 7:12PM EDT
The It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia co-stars are re-teaming for an untitled straight-to-series Apple comedy, starring McElhenney with Day serving...
Posted Friday 8/03/18 at 3:50PM EDT
“We went through all sorts of ideas before we knew that Glenn was coming back,” said Rob McElhenney at the...
Posted Thursday 8/02/18 at 10:51PM EDT
Riggle will play the ex-husband of Remini's character, who lives under the same roof with him and her new wife...
Posted Thursday 8/02/18 at 2:16PM EDT
The Mick alum is teaming with her It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia colleagues McElhenney and Rob Rossell on the untitled...
Posted Thursday 6/14/18 at 10:21PM EDT
The untitled multicamera comedy pilot from Rob McElhenney and fellow It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia executive producer Rob Rosell stars...
Posted Friday 2/09/18 at 5:53AM EST
Kaitlin Olson was in attendance at Thursday’s parade “in spirit.
Posted Monday 2/05/18 at 8:51AM EST
The It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia theme was played in the empty Super Bowl stadium after the game
It's always sunny in Minnesota following the Eagles victory.
Posted Thursday 11/16/17 at 7:29PM EST
Leslie Jordan will also be part of the multi-camera sitcom pilot from It’s Always in Sunny in Philadelphia’s Charlie Day,...
Posted Tuesday 9/05/17 at 11:33PM EDT
The project from Charlie Day, Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton is described as “high school with 70 somethings.