It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2005 - 2019)


It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

94%

Avg Tomatometer

93%

Avg Audience Score

Series Info

Four egocentric friends run a bar together in Philadelphia and love to revel in each other's misery.

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Seasons

83%
Critics Consensus: Always Sunny's provocative humor has lost some bite, but the patrons of Paddy's Pub ought to be pleased by the Gang's inability to cope with modernity -- and each other.

2019, FX (seasons 1-8), FXX, 10 episodes

94%
Critics Consensus: It's Always Sunny's winning formula keeps the laughs rolling and the stomachs turning in a thirteenth season that's topical, triumphant, and toxic in the best way.

2018, FX (seasons 1-8), FXX, 10 episodes

90%
Critics Consensus: Twelve seasons in and It's Always Sunny still shines bright thanks to its willingness to trod into new comedic territory and push the limits of its already limitless characters.

2017, FX (seasons 1-8), FXX, 10 episodes

100%
Critics 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.

2016, FX (seasons 1-8), FXX, 10 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: Always Sunny shows no signs of dimming after a decade on the air, refusing to let its status as a television mainstay give it any sheen of respectability as the Gang continues to torment each other for viewers' enjoyment.

2015, FX (seasons 1-8), FXX, 10 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: Dee hits rock bottom and Charlie gets smart in a consistently hilarious ninth season that proves the Gang doesn't need an award to be one of television's funniest ensembles.

2013, FX (seasons 1-8), FXX, 10 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: Always Sunny's eighth season, holding no greater ambition than to just let the Gang humiliate themselves through a succession of depraved hijinks, excels at its goal with gut-busting results.

2012, FX (seasons 1-8), FXX, 9 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: Rob McElhenney's Mac gets slovenly, but It's Always Sunny shows no signs of resting on its laurels with a seventh season that charts a hilariously disastrous course from the Jersey Shore to the Gang's high school reunion.

2011, FX (seasons 1-8), FXX, 8 episodes

94%
Critics Consensus: Cleverly folding Kaitlyn Olson's real-life pregnancy into the plot with characteristic perversity, It's Always Sunny's sixth season sees the Gang trying -- and failing -- to grow up.

2010, FX (seasons 1-8), FXX, 14 episodes

94%
Critics Consensus: The Gang comes to accept their rotten lot in life and It's Always Sunny settles into a morbidly pleasurable groove as a comedy of foiled dreams and dunderheaded schemes.

2009, FX (seasons 1-8), FXX, 12 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: The Dayman defeats the Nightman and all is Sunny in Philadelphia with this uproariously nasty fourth season.

2008, FX (seasons 1-8), FXX, 13 episodes

90%
Critics Consensus: It's Always Sunny solidifies into a broader comedy during its third season, with the Gang coming into their own worst selves and the fictionalized Philadelphia they inhabit taking on a kooky life of its own.

2007, FX (seasons 1-8), FXX, 15 episodes

95%
Critics Consensus: The Gang becomes complete with the addition of Danny DeVito, whose wily performance gives Always Sunny a new shine.

2006, FX (seasons 1-8), FXX, 10 episodes

78%
Critics Consensus: It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's coarse humor and shabby style may be rough around the edges, but this sinful sitcom wrings a surprising amount charm from its band of charmless underachievers.

2005, FX (seasons 1-8), FXX, 7 episodes