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Rob McElhenney hints Always Sunny in Philadelphia could be coming to the UK

Rob McElhenney hints Always Sunny in Philadelphia could be coming to the UK

The actor sparked excitement among UK fans with his cryptic post

It's a British stereotype that our skies are perpetually grey, but UK comedy fans might soon be able to find out what life is like when it's 'Always Sunny', according to star Rob McElhenney.

The actor, who also owns Wrexham football club alongside Ryan Reynolds, sparked excitement among UK fans as he took to Twitter this week with a cryptic post.

It comes as fans eagerly await news on the 16th season of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, which stars McElhenney as Mac, Danny DeVito as Frank Reynolds, Glenn Howerton, Kaitlin Olson as Frank’s twins Dennis and Dee, and Charlie Day as Charlie Kelly.

The series kicked off in 2005 and in 2021 became the longest-running live-action sitcom in US TV history.

The most recent season aired in December 2021, and more than one year on fans are still waiting to hear when they might be able to see what is potentially TV's most chaotic ensemble back in action.

DeVito gave some hints about the new season in an interview with AV Club in September, when he revealed the cast would be getting back together for filming this January.

He went on to say the new episodes would likely arrive later this year, but the gang could be in for some big adventures before then.

In his tweet shared today (13 January), McElhenney indicated the cast could be taking a trip across the pond to film some scenes very far from Philadelphia.

Addressing fans across the UK, he wrote: "Would anyone in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland be interested in a Sunny live show in the Spring? Asking for some friends looking to travel. Will work for food."

McElhenney hinted the gang could be coming to the UK.
@RMcElhenney/Twitter

Fans wasted no time in making it clear that they definitely would be interested in a live show, with many making references to the series in their responses.

"MAKE IT HAPPEN. I'LL MAKE SAID FOOD (milk steak, of course)," one fan wrote, while another commented: "I’ll bring the rum ham."

The cast evidently look to be set to do something special ahead of the release of the upcoming season, which star Charlie Day has previously indicated might be the show's last.

During an appearance on the Smartless podcast last February, the actor addressed the future of the show and commented: "15 years, we just did the 15th season. At least another one and we’ll see after that.”

Though Day's comments sparked fear among the dedicated fanbase, it's worth noting that FX has already renewed It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia through until season 18, so fingers crossed there's still a lot more to come.

Featured Image Credit: Shutterstock/FX

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