Good news: It looks like it's definitely going to be sunny in Philadelphia for at least another couple of years. According to Deadline, FX president John Landgraf announced at the network's TCA panel that It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - which has already been renewed for a ninth season - is likely to stick around on the network.

"There is a high likelihood for a 10th season,” Landgraf said. "Whether it goes beyond that depends on whether the people who created the show want to go and whether the audience still wants to watch. But there will definitely be one more year, probably two."

Landgraf also shed some light on what Anger Management's 90-episode renewal means for the format of the upcoming seasons of the Charlie Sheen-starring show. "It will stay on the air with no interruption for two years, basically 45 episodes a year," he explained. This means that, with the exception of holidays and sporting events, there will be a brand new episode of the series every Thursday night beginning next week when the premiere of season two airs. So, basically, get used to it.

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[via Deadline]