The Gang Returns In First Trailer For S16 Of ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’

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The first trailer for the 16th season of the landmark FXX comedy It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia has been released.

The latest season of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphiawhich is now the longest-running live-action comedy in the history of American television, will premiere on FXX on Wednesday, June 7.

In addition to the usual crew, the trailer for season 16 of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia also featured Breaking Bad alums Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul in what appears to be a surely hilariously guest-starring role.

The latest batch of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia will feature the usual starring crew of Charlie Day as Charlie Kelly, Glenn Howerton as Dennis Reynolds, Rob McElhenney as Mac, Kaitlin Olson as Dee Reynolds, and Danny DeVito as Frank Reynolds.

Despite being on the air for close to 20 years, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia isn’t showing any signs of slowing down as the series has already renewed through its 18th season.

Since premiering back in 2005, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia has established a reputation as both one of the greatest television comedies of its generation and of all time, as it’s frequently mentioned among the likes of SeinfeldThe Office, 30 Rock, Veep, and more.

It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia has been around for so long — the series has survived through four different American presidents — that some of its episodes have been “canceled” since going on the air.

Currently, there are five episodes of It’s Always Sunny that are not available to stream with the rest of the series’ episodes on Hulu: Season 4, Episode 3 – “America’s Next Top Paddy’s Billboard Model Contest”, Season 6, Episode 9 – “Dee Reynolds: Shaping America’s Youth”, Season 8, Episode 2 – “The Gang Recycles Their Trash”, Season 9, Episode 9 – “The Gang Makes Lethal Weapon 6”, and Season 14, Episode 3 – “Dee Day”. In many of those episodes, there is a character wearing blackface.

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