Ah crap, we'll have to put up with the bird and her cronies for another four seasons.
'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' isn't going anywhere anytime soon, as FX has renewed the comedy series for an additional four seasons. Currently filming its 15th season, this will take the crude comedy up to season 18.
This 18 season run will mean that 'It's Always Sunny' will become the longest-running live-action comedy series ever made, breaking its own record.
Earlier this year it was announced that the comedy starring Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, Kaitlin Olson and Danny DeVito would be returning for a 15th season.
Of course, the plan for one episode of season 15 will be the global pandemic that we were all caught up in this year. What kind of take will the gang get involved in? As unpredictable as this year has been, we really don't think we can predict what that episode will intail.
This also makes us question what direction Mac's lifestyle will be taken in right up to season 18. We've had fat Mac and now he's fit Mac - but will the leanness continue?
Since its inception in 2005, creator of the sitcom McElhenney has gone on to create the Apple TV+ series 'Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet' with Charlie Day (as well as co-owning Wrexham football club with his friend Ryan Reynolds); Howerton has his own series, playing the main role of Jack Griffin in 'A.P. Bio'; Olson had two seasons of comedy series 'The Mick'; while DeVito was already an acting legend before joining the cast in season two.
All 14 seasons of 'It's Always Sunny' are available to watch on Netflix.