It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is about to become one of the longest-running live action comedies in TV history: FX Productions just reached a three-year deal with Sunny creators Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, and Rob McElhenney and their company, RCG Productions, that includes orders for seasons 11 and 12 of the show.
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Family Guy has recruited two familiar TV voices for an upcoming episode, and those voices belong to Maya Rudolph and Glenn Howerton. Rudolph, a veteran of SNL and Up All Night, will assume the role of an avid runner who catches Brian’s eye. To win her over, he pretends to be a fellow jogger. “After Brian experiences the ‘runner’s high’, he becomes a distance running douche, and even signs himself up to run a marathon,” Family Guy executive producer Steve Callaghan tells EW. READ FULL STORY
Glenn Howerton is going to prove quite the match for Mindy Kaling’s Dr. L on The Mindy Project.
To see what we mean, check out the below exclusive sneak peek at his debut. In the video, Howerton opens up about playing Cliff Gilbert, an attorney and new potential love interest. (Question: Is there anyone Mindy doesn’t have chemistry with?!)
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FX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is on track to become cable’s longest-running comedy, and is set to tent-pole the launch of a whole new channel next month with its ninth season premiere (FX’s comedy focused spin-off channel FXX). Yet the cult-favorite series is perennially snubbed for Golden Globes and Emmys — not only has Sunny never won a major award, it’s also never even been nominated.*
But the cast is going to tackle the issue in an episode this fall titled “The Gang Desperately Tries to Win an Award.” The setup: They realize all the other local bars win awards and so they visit the competition to see what they’re doing “right.” Then they change Paddy’s Pub to try and fit the formula. Naturally, the makeover doesn’t go very well.
When the subject was brought up while the gang was on a press tour panel in Beverly Hills on Friday, there was naturally some riffing about this: READ FULL STORY
One of the best crime dramas on TV just got renewed for a fifth season.
FX’s Justified will return next January for another year.
The network revealed the pickup at its upfront presentation to advertisers in New York City on Thursday morning, along with several other announcements.
The network renewed comedies It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Legit, and The League. Sunny and League get two more seasons each, while freshman comedy Legit earned a second season. READ FULL STORY
The writing team behind It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia just earned a 13-episode order for a new animated series.
The team — Rob Rosell, Scott Marder and David Hornsby — will make Unsupervised, which follows two teenage best friends named Gary and Joel.
The show will bow in January as a companion to Archer.
Meanwhile, the seventh season of the half-hour comedy Always Sunny begins tonight on FX. A special three-week run of Archer will air afterwards.
'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia': Never before seen clip from the hilarious 'Lethal Weapon 5' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
Mel Gibson and Danny Glover are back!!! Only, not really. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia fans no doubt remember last season’s genius episode where the gang decided to make their own version of Lethal Weapon 5. Fans also no doubt remember wishing they could see more. Well, now they can! An extended cut of Lethal Weapon 5 will be available on the show’s Season 6 Blu-ray and DVD sets (out on Sept. 13). To whet your appetite, we’ve got an exclusive clip from the cinematic tour de force right here. In it, Mac and Dennis (playing Gibson’s Martin Riggs and Glover’s Roger Murtaugh, respectively — although they would switch roles halfway through the film because that’s how incredible Lethal Weapon 5 is) interrogate a prostitute (played by Artemis) as they struggle to solve the mystery of the tainted tap water. Check it out for yourself in the video player below, but be warned: This is a scene involving a hooker on It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, so it’s a pretty good bet there is some slightly NSFW language to be had. For more TV news and views that don’t involve prostitutes or Mel Gibson wigs, follow me on Twitter @EWDaltonRoss. READ FULL STORY
Season 7 of FX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia premieres Sept. 15, and the gang has launched a series of promos that pretend the show is “America’s most inspiring series” and “television’s most uplifting series.” Watch them below. And get comfortable with Mac’s weight gain. READ FULL STORY
Mark your calendars: FX has announced its fall premiere schedule:
• Sons of Anarchy returns Sept. 6 at 10 p.m. ET with the first of 13 episodes. It’ll be a special 90-minute season 4 opener.
• It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia returns Sept. 15 at 10 p.m. ET for its 13-episode seventh season. Story lines: The Gang prepares for the apocalypse, hits the beach at the Jersey Shore, produces a child beauty pageant (!), and takes a walk down memory lane at their high school reunion.
• American Horror Story, the new drama from Nip/Tuck and Glee‘s Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, premieres Oct. 5, and will air Wednesdays at 10 p.m ET. Stars include Dylan McDermott, Connie Britton, Jessica Lange, and Denis O’Hare.
• The League kicks off its third season on Oct. 6 at 10:30 p.m. ET.
• In advance of its official season 3 launch in early 2012, Archer will get a special three-week run with new episodes Sept. 15, 22, and 29, at 10:30 ET behind It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia to court new viewers.
As for FX’s summer shows: Rescue Me airs its series finale Sept. 7, while Wilfred and Louie wrap their seasons on Sept. 8.
The best way to start the weekend is with a big serving of Spoiler Room, so grab your fork and dig in below.
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BIG CHANGES COMING TO ‘BEING HUMAN’
Holy cow, Humans! Last night’s penultimate episode of Being Human on Syfy not only included a few nail-biting cliffhangers (Please don’t die, Aidan!), but it also left us on a great note going into the season 1 finale. Lucky for you, Sam Witwer spilled many a secrets about next week’s wicked finale to help ease the pain of the wait.
“There are actually a few cliffhangers, and there are a few provocative questions, primarily with Josh and Aidan,” Witwer says. And some of those new questions are likely to be raised in the flashback scene to two years ago that “explains something that Josh did earlier this season,” Witwer teases. “There’s a vengeful move that Josh does at the urging of [Josh’s jerk were-buddy] Ray. We learn a little bit more about why he did that. And we’re also catching Aidan right as he’s about to pull away from the vampires; he’s already starting to feel quite alone and isolated. So that, more than anything, allows him to identify Josh as someone else who has the same problem.” READ FULL STORY
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