Always Sunny Returns With One of Its Best Seasons So Far

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Always Sunny Returns With One of Its Best Seasons So Far
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Always Sunny Returns With One of Its Best Seasons So Far
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It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia returned recently with one of its strongest seasons so far. Although the show is currently in its 13th season, it has managed to consistently deliver quality content  since it first went on the air in 2005. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is without question one of the greatest shows in television history.

Few shows have ever assembled such an incredible cast and crew of comedic talent as, which is probably why Always Sunny is so commonly compared to Seinfeld. Much like Seinfeld, Always Sunny’s content and tone is refreshingly original and unlike anything audiences have ever seen before. In an environment where networks love to recycle their old material, while playing the humor as safe as possible, Always Sunny presented something completely different. FX, sister network of Fox, deserves quite a bit of credit for producing the one-of-a-kind show.

From the main cast, to the supporting roles and guest stars, the characters of Always Sunny are unforgettable. That explains why audiences were so concerned to hear that Glenn Howerton might not be returning for the show’s thirteenth season. Without giving too much away, that concern plays heavily and hilariously during the season’s first episode. Fans of the show might notice a familiar name in the opening credits for the season’s first episode. The episode was written by David Hornsby, who plays Rickety Cricket on the show.

Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s 13th season began airing September 5, 2018. The season will consist of ten episodes, and the season finale is set to air November 7th, 2018. Today’s politically charged environment is the perfect backdrop for this year’s season, and the show’s humor is every bit as welcome now as it was 13 years ago. If you’ve missed any of the episodes so far this season, do yourself a favor and get caught up.

Watch the trailer for the new season of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia 

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