'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia' looks to Seasons 8 and 9: 'We're just hitting our stride'


Shortly after FX president John Landgraf announced a two-season pick-up for "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia", which will take the series into at least 2013, the cast sounded off on the big decision at the Television Critics Association summer press tour. "We had a lot of discussions about it from a creative standpoint," says star and co-EP Charlie Day. "We've been fortunate that this show has stayed somewhat underground. It seemed unfortunate in the beginning, and now it's great. If we were 7 years into an over-hyped television show, then we would probably be as sick of it as the public."Instead, Day thinks the show is only just now finding its audience, and after weighing the personal and financial ramifications of committing to another two years, the gang didn't see anything keeping them from carrying on. "We're just sort of hitting our stride," says Day. "It doesn't feel like we're dragging the show through...



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