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Always Sunny Season 15: All Released Episodes Details Explained

Season 15 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia has wrapped production, and FXX has released the first glimpse at the characters’ new looks. Rob McElhenney, the show’s creator/executive producer/star, co-developed the series with co-star Glenn Howerton, who also mostly writes and executive produces it with fellow EP and co-star Charlie Day. The Gang, a bunch of egotistical misfit pals who own the failing Irish bar Paddy’s Pub in the namesake Pennsylvania city, is the focus of the series.

Kaitlin Olson and Danny DeVito lead the cast of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, which also includes McElhenney, Howerton, and Day. The dark comedy sitcom has proven to be one of the most successful of its genre over the years, regularly receiving positive reviews and ratings even after switching hands from FX to sister network FXX.

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All Episodes Details

First Episode of Season 15: A Year In Review

The Gang, which was released on December 1st, looks back on 2020 to defend their multiple PPE loans. As a result, it is shown that they contributed far more to the political upheaval of the previous year than anyone could have predicted. Todd Biermann directed the film, which was written by Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, and Glenn Howerton.

Season 15 Episode 2: The Gang Makes Lethal Weapon 7

Released on December 1st ,The Gang chooses to remedy their political incorrectness by making another film, “Lethal Weapon 7,” after learning that their self-made “Lethal Weapon” sequels had been taken from the local library. Pete Chatmon directed the film, which was written by Keyonna Taylor, Katie McElhenney, Rob McElhenney, and Charlie Day.

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Season 15, Episode 3: The Gang Buys A Roller Rink

It’s the 1990s, and the Gang hangs together one final time at the local roller rink without heading their own ways, according to the film, which was released on December 8th. While Charlie and Mac’s jobs at the roller rink are in jeopardy, deciding to leave them to figure out their next move, an innocent young Dennis learns the horrifying details of Frank’s business, a truly sweet Dee is excited to head off to Hollywood, and Charlie and Mac’s jobs at the roller rink are in jeopardy, leaving them to figure out their next move. Richie Keen directed the film, which was written by Rob Rosell and David Hornsby.

Season 15, Episode 4: The Gang Replaces Dee With A Monkey

The film was released on the 8th of December. The Gang scrambles to locate a new staff for Paddy’s Pub after they fear Dee is menopausal. Dee, on the other hand, decides to pause her acting career in order to coach budding performers. Todd Biermann directed the film, which was written by Glenn Howerton and Nina Pedrad.

Season 15, Episode 5: The Gang Goes To Ireland

The Gang’s in Dublin! was released on the 15th of December. Dennis yearns for a pleasant, true European experience, but finds himself doing some of Frank’s “dirty labour.” Mac and Charlie discover their Irish roots. Dee rushes to an Irish soap show set, where she will portray “Obnoxious American MILF.” Megan Ganz directed the film, which was written by Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, and Glenn Howerton.

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Season 15, Episode 6: The Gang’s Still In Ireland

Dennis and Dee explore their new countryside accommodations; Frank joins Charlie in his search for the truth about Charlie’s Irish childhood pen buddy; Mac has an identity crisis and decides to join the seminary. Megan Ganz directed the film, which was written by Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, and Glenn Howerton.

Season 15, Episode 7 : Dee Sings in a Bog

Mac spends a day at the seminary, accompanied by a young priest, to have a better understanding of what it takes to become a priest. Dennis and Frank devise a complex scheme to humiliate Charlie’s pen friend at the castle. Dee is getting ready for a date with an Irish doctor when she finds herself in a swamp. After discovered his pen pal’s true identity, Charlie forms a bond with him and take a decision that would be forever alter the Gang’s fate. Pete Chatmon directed the film, which was written by David Hornsby and Rob Roseell.

The Cast of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia Season 15

The entire group has arrived, and they’re not leaving! Season 15 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is as follows:

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Denn Reynolds is played by Glenn Howerton.

Dee Reynolds is played by Kaitlin Olson.

Charlie Day in the role of Charlie Kelly

Frank Reynolds is played by Danny Devito.

Mac is played by Rob McElhenney.

There’s also a potential we’ll see some returning characters from earlier seasons, but you’ll have to wait until the next season premieres to find out who they are.

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How Does Season 15 Take Place?

We can presume that much of season 15 will take place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as the title and basis of the series suggest. We’ll almost certainly find The Gang plotting plots at Paddy’s Pub, and we’ll almost certainly be treated to all kind of depravity at Charlie and Frank’s dismal apartment.

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However, reports of casting calls for a Danny DeVito lookalike in Ireland earlier this year fueled speculation that It’s Always Sunny sequences were being shot there, and subsequent updates reveal that Season 15 will take us abroad.

Will Be There Any Upcoming Season Is Available?

It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia has been renewed by FX for four more seasons, bringing the total number of seasons to fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, and eighteen. With the last series extension into season 14, It’s Always Sunny had already broken the record for the longest-running live-action written comedy series of all time; when season 15 was announced in May, it broke it again. During its highly-anticipated Disney Investors Day 2020, which was hosted as a virtual event owing to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Disney (which now owns FX Networks from its merger with Fox) announced an even longer run of Sunny.

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