Get ready to laugh because It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia just dropped a trailer ahead of its Season 15 premiere. From release date to the inside scoop on what's coming, here's everything you need to know.
FX Networks announced back in December that It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia had been renewed for not one, not two, not three, but four more seasons. And now we have reason to pop out the celebratory champagne once more because the Season 15 trailer is finally here. So what can we expect from the hit series?
The upcoming season follows the hilarious gang making their way to Ireland for a vacation abroad. And what happens in Ireland doesn't stay there, as the It's Always Sunny cast wreaks havoc. "I only want the big man upstairs, the only man that can fill me up," Mac says to a priest in the trailer. "Well, him and his son, and the Holy Spirit. I'll take all three of them at once." Yep, they did that - and much more. But don't take our word for it; take a look at the trailer below.
That's right: the newest batch of episodes will touch on everything from Jeffrey Epstein to the Mee Too movement. "The whole point of Sunny is to take popular culture and put it through this very specific and odd meat grinder. That is the point of view of the show, and specifically, the characters themselves," show creator and actor Rob McElhenney told ET earlier this year.
He continued, "So when you take the events that happened over this past year, I was just texting with Glenn and Charlie and Megan, and a couple of the other writers and Dave Hornsby, saying, 'This season's gonna write itself.'" The talented comic also gushed about how much he loves his co-workers. Get those tissues out because it might make you emotional.
"Those people are my best friends. They're my family members," Rob shared. "And they're the people who I love spending time with more than almost anybody on the planet. So knowing that I have those set of months set aside, no matter what, every year to come back to and that we can still tell fresh and interesting stories and that there's still a growing audience of people that continue to come back and watch with us, is truly a privilege that we do not take lightly."
Season 15 will be available for streaming on Hulu come December 1.