It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 11
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia season 11 started airing on Wednesday, January 6, 2016. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S11E10 The Gang Goes to Hell: Part 2
The season consists of 10 episodes.
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Is 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' Over or Will There Be Season 14 and More? - The Cheat Sheet - via Cheatsheet
Even he says it seems crazy such a show could sustain while breaking all-time records. Then again, it may not take away from past long-running shows with bigger fan bases. Older 14-year sitcoms often did close to 30 episodes per season, making them more challenging to produce.
'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia': "A Good Chance" for More Seasons - Bleeding Cool News - via Bleedingcool
In the past, Day and the others have expressed interest in continuing the series beyond the upcoming season. The recently-wrapped 13th season brought the series a new round of praise and attention – which Landgraf recognized during his talk: “they made some of the best episodes.”
Rob McElhenney confirms 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' will continue for 'foreseeable future' - PhillyVoice.com - via Phillyvoice
The lengthy hiatus between seasons 12 and 13 of the long-running FXX show left many fans wondering how much steam the Gang had left. With questions hovering around Glenn Howerton's involvement in the series, there didn't seem to be the same level of urgency — sad, but understandable after all these years.
"Mac Finds His Pride" in a stunning, game-changing It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia finale - via News
Sunny walks the line all “edgy” comedies do, that of satirizing boorishness, bigotry, misogyny, and ignorance while mining those very behaviors for belly laughs. Mac’s gradually revealed closeted gayness was never a joke on homosexuality, but about bigotry and sexual repression—and what they can turn people into. Even so, the show’s comic mission gives Frank, tonight, cover for blurting out the foulest old-school offensive shit. Like when he picks up on Mac claiming no one in the clubs Frank has taken him to knows what’s going on inside him, sneering that it’s “five or six super-viruses, fighting it out.” Or when Frank constantly reminds Mac to “watch his back” so that the “fairies” don’t “poke [him] full of holes.” Frank’s an old asshole, so it’s funny to laugh at the horrible things he says, even as the joke is that Sunny is being so naughty by letting him say them. Later, when unveiling the suspiciously well-made float for Mac to lure in those “high-spending gay men,” Charlie dismissively talks about how the shower system he’s installed will allow Mac to do his “gay dance, or whatever,” returning to the show’s treatment of Mac’s sexuality as just one more thing about him that the rest of the Gang finds trying and ridiculous.
'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia' S14: When Will the Show Return? - via Heavy
Tonight is the season 13 finale of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, but don’t worry, the show will be coming back for at least one more season, which will tie it with The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet as the longest-running live-action comedy series in television history.
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After ten seasons of what I maintain is one of the most difficult comic balancing acts on TV, that Sunny starts out by giving fans exactly what they want may seem like a safe play. But if “Chardee MacDennis 2: Electric Boogaloo” is fanservice, it’s hilarious, exquisite fanservice, with enough energetic <...> - by AV Club [Dennis Perkins]
The film’s screenplay, by playwright Stephen Belber, is at its best when it focuses on the daily life of Louis, a prison inmate played with weathered intensity by Wright. Louis is an old hand at prison politics, with the details of his incarceration and his character slowly spooned out over the course of the film. He <...> - by Slant Magazine - Season 11 [Aaron Riccio]
Another strong season for the long-running sitcom, thanks to its ongoing commitment to excellent writing and comedic performing. All five leads here continue to demonstrate why this is one of the funniest shows around, plunging ahead with courage and a lack of vanity that result in some of the least flattering yet <...> - by Season 11 - Pop Culture Thoughts [Julien Houle]
As it turns out, the Gang would rather show him how the game works, by plopping him down in front of one of their poorly shot and edited instructional videos, which, of course, creates more confusion than understanding of the many nuances that go into a round of Chardee MacDennis. So, to actually learn how to play, the <...> - by ScreenRant [Daniel Johnson]
From the polite(ish) opening rounds involving art, trivia, and beer bottle building to the final Saw-inspired round of pants-pooping and arm slicing, "Chardee MacDennis 2" was great. And suspenseful in the sense that you didn't know how it was going to implode. The episode did a admirable job of making the viewer <...> - by IGN Movies [Matt Fowler]