Despite being on for a whopping seven seasons, “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” has managed to accomplish something pretty rare: somehow still feeling like a show that is fresh, original, and has something new to say on a weekly basis. It’s been a long wait, but now we know just when Mac, Sweet Dee, Charlie, Frank, and Dennis are going to be back for more hilarious (and quite possibly) offensive adventures in the City of Brotherly Love.
FX announced on Tuesday that the new season of the hit comedy series will launch on Thursday, October 11 at 10:00 p.m. Eastern time, which is precisely one month after the return of another hit show in “Sons of Anarchy” to the network; meanwhile, it is six days before the much-anticipated start of “American Horror Story: Asylum.” The new season of another comedy season in “The League” will follow up Danny DeVito and company at 10:30.
Based on what happened last season on the series, the gang is going to have plenty of stories to tell. They are likely still going to be recovering from the great “Fat Mac” experiment from last season, and there have also been some real-life pregnancies that may or may not be addressed on the show given that the last one for Kaitlin Olson was handled via a surrogacy storyline. If nothing else, you can be sure that the gang will tackle some of the new issues of the day by getting extremely angry, creating a terrible scheme to have their voices heard, and then ending up throwing in the towel when they realize that pretty much no one cares what they have to say at all.
Which one of these shows listed above are you the most excited to see? If you want to catch the latest “American Horror Story” teaser, you can do so by heading over to the link here.