The forecast for It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is in: We've seen the first four episodes of Season 5 -- which premieres Thursday at 10 pm on FX -- and there isn't a cloud in the sky. After an uncharacteristically overcast Season 4, the Sunny Gang is back to form in one of television's best (and most twisted) comedies.
On It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Danny DeVito plays a deplorable little rascal who doesn't mind the occasional drink or eight. Off-screen, it seems things are pretty much the same. (video inside)
"Sharing… it's a rule now… PTHTHBTBTHTHTHH!!"--Charlie, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
FX's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is television's lovely little hole-in-the-wall--that undiscovered gem that locals steer tourists away from in hopes that it doesn't get too popular because it's so damn good. However, the secret is getting out fast, and more people are starting to pay attention to this hilarious comedy.
The gang is headed to work for Fox. Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, and Glenn Howerton, the mad geniuses behind FX's over-the-top comedy It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, are beefing up their workload with a new project for a major network.
Fox TV has ordered a pilot of Boldly Going Nowhere, a single-camera comedy about the day-to-day operations of a spaceship in deep space, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The idea was pitched to the Sunny trio by their assistant, Adam Stein.
"All of us grew up watching Star Trek and other sci-fi series, and they're always about these adventures," McElhenney said. "We thought a great area to explore is what happens between the adventures, how the crew members take care of daily routine stuff on the spaceship."
After reading the pilot script, Fox ...Read more
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia revolves around four friends who run a bar in the City of Brotherly Love and have to overcome their relentless self-involvement to make their friendship and business work.