It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is an American television sitcom that debut on FX on August 4, 2005. It moved to FXX beginning with the ninth season, and has remained there since. It was created by Rob McElhenney, who developed it with Glenn Howerton. It is design composed and primarily written by McElhenney, Howerton, and Charlie Day, all of whom star alongside Kaitlin Olson and Danny DeVito. The series follows the accompalishment of “The Gang”, a group of self-centered friends who run the Irish bar Paddy’s Pub in South Philadelphia.
The series was revived for a twelfth season that premiered on January 4, 2017.As of January 18, 2017, 127 episodes of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia have aired.On April 1, 2016, the series was renewed for a thirteenth and fourteenth season, which will tie it with The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet as the longest running live-action sitcom in American TV history.
Cast And Character Of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 13 :
Charlie Day as Charlie Kelly : Charlie was the co-owner at Paddy’s Pub, but traded his capital contribution for “goods and services”, half a sandwich, and other undisclosed allowance. He is a childhood friend of Mac and high school friend of Dennis and Dee. He is also Frank’s roommate. Charlie does most of the actual work and maintenance (referred to as “Charlie Work”) at the pub. He is shown to be unable to read or write and is an alcoholic substance abuser; he is often seen huffing glue or paint. He lives in squalor with Frank in a run-down, vermin-infested apartment and suffers from deep-seated psychological problems, believing his dreams to be obsessed by a figure known as “The Nightman”, who breaks into his home and rapes him. Charlie has undecided anger issues, often howl as a means of getting his point across. He also has an unhealthy obsession with “The Waitress”, a recurring character who finds Charlie repulsive and shows no interest in him. Despite his character flaws, he is typically the most compassionate and moral member of the Gang.
Glenn Howerton as Dennis Reynolds : Dennis is a co-owner of Paddy’s Pub and is Dee’s twin brother. Easily the most sociopathic of the characters, Dennis is annoying, self-centered, selfish, melodramatic, and arrogant. To justify his bloated ego he frequently references a very brief stint at the University of Pennsylvania, where he honored in psychology but dropped out after one semester. It is at times hinted that Dennis may be a psychopathic serial killer, but this remains ambiguous.
Rob McElhenney as Mac : Mac is a co-owner of Paddy’s Pub. He is Charlie Kelly’s childhood friend and Dennis’ high school friend and later roommate. The son of a doom felon who has been in prison for much of Mac’s life, he frequently attempts to demonstrate his fortitude and refers to himself as the “sheriff of Paddy’s”. He also often boast about his hand-to-hand combat skills, although he typically deaprt from physical confrontation. Despite his behavior often contradicting Christian ethics, Mac is a Roman Catholic and often espouses strong Christian fundamentalist opinions. It is also frequently implied that he may be homosexual.
Kaitlin Olson as Dee Reynolds : Dee is Dennis’ twin sister and is the bartender at Paddy’s Pub. Dee dreams of becoming an actress, although she lacks any credible talent and suffers from cripple stage fright. She wore a back brace in high school, leaving her with the nickname of “The Aluminum Monster”. She is also constantly referred to as a bird due to the gang’s perception of her as a giant, awkward bird-like creature. She majored in psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, but failed her classes and like her brother did not graduate. Dee lives alone in an apartment. Her comments and ideas are usually neglect by the others, though they will often repeat what she has said word-for-word and pretend it was their idea, at which point it will be hailed as a great idea. She is often left to deal with the negative consequences of the Gang’s activities. Though often the butt of the Gang’s jokes, she is frequently involved in their schemes. She is portrayed as the angriest and most physically violent of the group and has a history of assault, including setting her roommate on fire in college.
Danny DeVito as Frank Reynolds : Frank is the legal father of twins Dennis and Dee, and may be the biological father of his roommate Charlie. He used to be a successful businessman with a long history of illegal operations and dealings with sordid characters, but chose to abend that life and pay off himself after leaving his money-grabbing, cheating wife. He has since embraced his “feral” nature and describes himself as “fringe class”. Despite having substantial financial resources, he chooses to share a decrepit studio apartment with Charlie, where they live in squalor and sleep together on a pullout couch. He is frequently armed with a handgun.
Scott Bakula as Scott Bakula
Chad L. Coleman as Z
David Benioff as Bored Lifeguard #1
D. B. Weiss as Bored Lifeguard #2
Lynne Marie Stewart as Mrs. Kelly
Reviews and Rating of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season :
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia has received critical acclamation. Emily Nussbaum of The New Yorker exalted the show, calling it “not merely the best sitcom on television but one of the most arresting and ambitious current TV series, period.”Gillian Flynn of Entertainment Weekly reviewed the first season negatively, commenting “it is smug enough to think it’s breaking ground, but not smart enough to know it isn’t.”Brian Lowry of Variety gave the first season a positive review, saying it was “invariably clever and occasionally a laugh-out-loud riot, all while lampooning taboo topics”.Later seasons of the show have received favorable ratings on review aggregator Metacritic, receiving 70/100, 78/100 and 85/100 for seasons 9, 10 and 11 respectively.The show has become a clique hit with viewers and is often compared in style to Seinfeld—particularly due to the self-centered nature of its main characters. The Philadelphia Inquirer reviewer Jonathan Storm wrote “It’s like Seinfeld on crack,” a quote that became widely used to describe the series,to the point that FX attached the tagline, “It’s Seinfeld on crack.”
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Release Date 2018
In 2014, Entertainment Weekly listed the show at #7 in the “26 Best Cult TV Shows Ever”, with the comment that “it’s a great underdog story … If it sounds too dark for you, consider that there’s an episode about making mittens for kittens, and it’s adorable.”In 2016, a New York Times study of the 50 TV shows with the most Facebook Likes found that Sunny was “more popular in college towns (and most popular in Philadelphia)”.Stay tuned we will get back to you for the more update of the season 13 and tell you the latest updates about the series.