The new season of It's Always Sunny will be delayed a full year

IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA stands as one of the longest-running live action TV shows in American history, and every season its following grows larger and larger. The show has grown so popular in fact that the stars, including Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day and Kaitlin Olson, are all so busy with other projects that the show will take a longer break than usual between the next season.

Olson sat down to talk with TV Guide, and she talked about how the crowded schedules of the gang means that season 13 of the hit show will be coming a full year late, meaning fans will have to wait until 2019 for more shenanigans:

We ended up pushing our next season a year because we were all busy with separate projects this year. So at the end of this coming shooting season of THE MICK I'll step right into Sunny after that.

When season 12 ended Howerton came out saying he wasn’t sure if he’d return for the 13th season, and will be working on the show AP BIO at NBC with Patton Oswalt. Meanwhile, McElhenney is directing the MINECRAFT movie, Olson has her show, Danny DeVito is doing a play on Broadway, and Charlie Day is filming movies like a hotshot.

This is disappointing news for the fans of the show, but they should fret not, as SUNNY has already been renewed for a 14th season once 13 finally airs. Still, having to wait so long for something so beautiful is upsetting, even if it’s because the cast is getting the attention they deserve by branching out into more areas. Kudos to them, and we will sit here patiently until the new season arrives.

Source: TV Guide



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