The most amazing news to end your day with: FX just renewed It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia for two more seasons. And, that's not even all the good news! Not only are you gonna get two more seasons of Always Sunny, but also a Tracy Morgan led show on spin-off network FXX created by Always Sunny creators: Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, and New Girl writer (Always Sunny alum too!) Luvh Rakhe.
Also, the gang will have free reign on producing another pilot for FX, as well as a commitment for at least three more comedy scripts, which are:
Blow Up Dolls, written and staring Sarah Solemani; We’re Good, Thanks, written by Mary Elizabeth Ellis, Artemis Pebdani, and Charlie Day, (with Ellis and Pebdani slated to star); and Harder, written by Scott Marder and Howerton.
As mentioned by Vulture, Sunny getting a deal to last until at least its 12th season will make it the longest running live-action sitcom in cable history, and one of the longest in all of TV history if you turn the blind eye to the fact that Sunny doesn't shoot as many episodes as a network comedy.
FX Networks original programming co-chief Nick Grad summed the deal up nicely in a statement—“Not bad for three guys who shot a pilot ten years ago for $200 and a few pizzas.”