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  • Scott Bakula’s Depressing and Hilarious Appearance on ‘Always Sunny’ Premiere

    On the 12th season premiere of "It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia," Frank, Charlie, Mac, Dennis, and Sweet Dee find themselves in a classic body swap scenario.

  • Kaitlin Olson Is Trapped in ‘The Mick’

    Kaitlin Olson, so essential to the genial vulgarity of FX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, has taken on the lead in a network sitcom, Fox’s The Mick. For about half of The Mick’s first episode, which aired on New Year’s Day, the show was pretty funny. Olson stars as Mackenzie, aka Mickey — and hence the “Mick” title — a slacker ne’er-do-well who becomes the guardian of her niece and nephews when their parents are nabbed by law enforcement for fraud and tax evasion.

  • How to Celebrate America Like Charlie From ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’

    A few Fourth of July tips from one of TV’s most unhinged patriots, Charlie Kelly from "It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia," in the Season 2 episode, “Charlie Goes America All Over Everybody’s Ass.”

  • 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' Renewed for 2 More Seasons

    “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” has been renewed for a 13th and 14th season on cable network FXX. With the renewal, “It’s Always Sunny” is set tie “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet,” which ran for 14 seasons, for the most seasons by a live-action television comedy.

  • 'Those Who Can't' Review: Making Teachers Look Bad

    Those Who Can’t Review: Making Teachers Look Bad You know what would be a really original TV premise, at this point in our history? One in which teachers are smart but beleaguered people who have students that want to learn, but the educators and the kids must constantly grapple with aggressive, pushy parents and bureaucratic rules that prevent anyone from giving or getting a decent education. That is not the premise of Those Who Can’t, premiering Thursday night on TruTV.

  • 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia': 5 Things You Always Wanted to Know

    The secret to their success seems to be, in part, that old cliché of a cast being like family. “I love being with these nuts,” says co-star Danny DeVito (Frank). “They're like my kids. I miss them when I'm not with them.”

  • TV Stars, EPs Give Us Their 2016 TV-Related New Year's Resolutions

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year: The time to resolve to start doing something good or stop doing something bad. We know, we know, New Year’s resolutions are made to be broken. So, maybe it’s time to resolve to do something that’s actually attainable — and fun.

  • TV Stars, Creators Pick Their Favorite Shows of 2015

    Who better to give TV recommendations than the people who make our favorite shows? And when we asked the executive producers and stars for their favorite series of 2015, we found out they’re just like us — they love a good binge-watch! The people behind Girls, American Crime, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and more talked to Yahoo TV about the shows that captivated them this year. Interestingly, offerings from Amazon and Netflix dominated, which just goes to prove how much streaming services have changed the television landscape.

  • 12 Incredible Moments in TV Feline History for National Cat Day

    In honor of National Cat Day (yes, that’s really a thing somebody thought was necessary), we present to you a dozen times cats clawed their way onto the small screen. Sphinx Cat, Friends If you’re describing a cat with words like inside out, a hand, a defrosted chicken, or “some kind of snake,” chances are something’s gone horribly, horribly wrong. Friends says what we were all thinking: Hairless cats are creepy. Evil Cat, Broad City Sure they look adorable and cuddly, but cats have a darker side too.