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It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Co-Creator Reveals Show’s Huge Future

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One of the mostly controversial topics surrounding popular television series is when they should come to an end. Should a series end at its height, to leave viewers wanting more? Or is it better to do what The Simpsons is doing and keep on churning out the episodes? For fans of dark comedy It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, the latter of those options is looking more likely than ever, which is hopefully great news.

It’s Always Sunny wrapped up its 14th season last year and there’s yet to be any confirmation on a Season 15. However, the show’s co-creator Rob McElhenney is ready, willing and able to jump straight back into the series, promising that as long as we keep watching, they’ll keep making it.


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During the Television Critics Association press tour, McElhenney explained [via IGN]: “It takes us about five months to make a season of Sunny, we have that period of our lives carved out just for that. And yes, we’re gonna keep doing it forever, as long as…



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