The dark, absurd, and cynical comedy seems to maintain a soft spot for children.
The gang minus Glenn Howerton returns to Paddy’s Pub September 5th for a 13th season of the long-running FXX sitcom.
The series remains fun, funny, and action-packed even if the characters have been stunted by reboots.
Co-creator Stephen Glover says an episode about the pop star “was the last straw.”
14-page script asks, “Do you think they cancelled the show… cause of racism?!”
“The conversation really should be about what’s going to happen with Dennis, not what’s going to happen with me…”
Glenn Howerton was written out of the show at the end of season 12.
Season Four finds the series in top form, even as one of its leads becomes unforgivable.
Charlie Day thinks Glenn Howerton’s Dennis will most likely return to It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia next season
“I personally would not want to do the show without Dennis,” Day says in an interview.
The rapper and actor likened his Childish Gambino project to a film franchise that’s gone on too long.
Glover and his brother Stephen will serve as co-showrunners on the upcoming series.
The binging aptly begins on Turkey Day.