The immoral group affectionately known as The Gang return for the fifteen season of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. The season follows Mac, Charlie, Dennis, Dee and Frank in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic as they are forced to readjust. Despite dramatic changes to the world around them, the Gang try to continue their business as usual – with harsh consequences for everyone involved. Season 15 marks a record-breaking moment for the show as It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia becomes the longest running live action sitcom in American history.
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All Season (15)
The 14th season guns for the Best 14th Season accolade as the Gang goes to extremes for the role – Mac learns a new language, Charlie does a period piece, Dennis attempts a one-act play, Dee cuts her hair, and Frank performs a death scene.
The Gang is back to their questionable antics for another season of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. In Season 13, the group recruits a scheming woman who shows them how to take advantage of political alliances. Dee convinces them to try out an escape room, and the Gang must attend an anti-harassment seminar.
The seventh season of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, premiered on FX on September 15, 2011. The season contained 13 episodes, and concluded airing on December 15, 2011. The episode "How Mac Got Fat" includes scenes produced during season 6 that featured Mac, before he got fat.
The sixth season of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, premiered on FX on September 16, 2010. The season contains 14 episodes and concluded airing on December 9, 2010 with the hour-long Christmas special. An additional episode called "The Gang Gets Successful" was produced for this season, but was not aired, despite scenes from the episode being included in promotional material for season 6. It was later re-edited with new scenes to create the Season 7 episode "How Mac Got Fat".
Cast & Crew
The gang, five raging alcoholic narcissists, run a failing dive bar in South Philadelphia. The gang make up some scheme for sex, money, fame, or any other terrible reason any of them can fabricate. It always goes south however, as the gang's plans blow up in their faces--sometimes even literally.
Good [Crossed Out]. Clean [Crossed Out]. Fun.
Tastes great. Less Fulfilling.
A Circle of JerksMore
It's Seinfeld on crack.