It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 11 (2016)

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Critic Consensus: The gang remains hopelessly toxic in an uproarious season filled with self-sabotage and routine recklessness, but viewers who love the series' craven humor probably wouldn't want them any other way.

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Episodes

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Air date: Jan 6, 2016
2
Air date: Jan 13, 2016
3
Air date: Jan 20, 2016
4
Air date: Jan 27, 2016
5
Air date: Feb 3, 2016
6
Air date: Feb 10, 2016
7
Air date: Feb 17, 2016
8
Air date: Feb 24, 2016
9
Air date: Mar 2, 2016
10
Air date: Mar 9, 2016

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Series 11 begins with Frank losing his memory after falling out of a window and despite his health concerns, the gang see this as a chance for a do-over. Later, Liam McPoyle tries to sue Ponderosa for this loss of his eye.

Cast

Charlie Day
as Charlie
Kaitlin Olson
as Sweet Dee
Danny DeVito
as Frank Reynolds
Lance Barber
as Bill Ponderosa
Brian Doyle-Murray
as Captain Garcia
Dakota Buchanan
as Bobby Ponderosa
Aisha Hinds
as Welfare Case Worker
Richard Grieco
as Richard Grieco
Wil Garret
as Old Man
Andrew Friedman
as Uncle Jack
Denell Johnson
as Police Officer
Jim Ortlieb
as Belka Maier
Catherine Reitman
as Maureen Ponderosa
Sloane Avery
as Christina
Jess Rowland
as Bank Teller
Elle Evans
as Katarina
Candace Kita
as Charnese
Thesy Surface
as Maragret McPoyle
Marc Fajardo
as Steward
KJ Smith
as Sequoia
Gil Zuniga
as Middle Aged Man
Brian Unger
as The Lawyer
Sean Whalen
as Lion McPoyle
Guillermo del Toro
as Pappy McPoyle
Jordana Capra
as Film Society Woman
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Critic Reviews for It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 11

All Critics (10) | Top Critics (3)

This season of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia has exemplified much of what the series does best.

May 23, 2018 | Full Review…
Top Critic

Always Sunny has always been, in essence, a raunchier version of Seinfeld, but it's also grown into so much more in the ensuing years. The series built its own world, which was on grand display in the 11th season of the show.

May 23, 2018 | Full Review…

Maybe it wasn't the best season the show has ever had, but if they can keep creating episodes such as the finale, it's still one of the best comedies on television.

Mar 21, 2018 | Full Review…

Season 11 of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia appears to be somewhere between more of the same and a continuing natural progression, which is by no means a complaint. I mean, it would be weird if the characters grew too much, right?

Mar 21, 2018 | Full Review…

It still felt like Sunny, but there was a new electricity crackling through it. Season 10 didn't quite match that fervor, though, and Season 11 seems to be much the same.

Mar 21, 2018 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

If we live in the golden age of television, the FXX comedy "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" is one of the underappreciated gems.

Nov 7, 2018 | Rating: 4/4 | Full Review…

It was all glorious.

Jan 7, 2016 | Rating: 8.5/10 | Full Review…

The show may still be living on the fringe, but it -- along with its devoted viewers -- wouldn't have it any other way.

Jan 7, 2016 | Full Review…

This 11th season is like watching the Harlem Globetrotters. They're doing difficult, outrageous things that -- thanks to talent, practice, and the sense that this is where they truly belong -- look absurdly easy.

Jan 7, 2016 | Rating: A- | Full Review…
Top Critic

The series reflects some of America's problems as if through a distorted funhouse mirror.

Jan 4, 2016 | Rating: 3.5/4 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 11

½

The laughs keep coming as It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia heads into an eleventh season. Surprisingly ambitious, the series attempt some creative and daring episodes, including a sequel to "Chardee MacDennis," a courtroom drama ("McPoyle vs. Ponderosa: The Trial of the Century"), and a first person POV episode ("Being Frank"). They even do a time-travel-ish series reboot episode with "Frank Falls Out the Window." And the writers do a great job at bringing back insides jokes and character quarks that have been built-up throughout the series. Additionally, a couple of guest stars pop up, including Richard Grieco, Reginald VelJohnson, and Guillermo del Toro. Taking the Gang to some strange and interesting new place, Season 11 of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia is incredibly entertaining and fun.

DannM

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