It was announced back in May that It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia will return for a fifteenth season. Its renewal is set to make Rob McElhenney's and Glenn Howerton's creation the longest-running live-action comedy series in American television history.
For fifteen years and fourteen seasons, we've followed Charlie, Dennis, Dee, Mack and Frank, also known as The Gang, in their exploits running an unsuccessful and financially failing Irish bar, Paddy's Pub, in South Philadelphia.
The Gang are collectively narcissistic and selfish that partake heavily in excessive drinking and drug usage. Each individual member has their own self-destructive flaws and weaknesses, making them emotionally investigating, and us as an audience empathetic, despite their obnoxious surfaces.
A sitcom wouldn't be a sitcom without its comedic circumstance and situation, and the Gang find themselves in plenty of those, often resorting to scheming, manipulating and blackmail to resolve them. This usually results in some form of mental, physical and emotional torment being inflicted, most commonly on each other.
Coincidentally, some of these forthcoming facts have been manipulated and mind games will be played, so be prepared as you attempt to tackle this ultimate true or false challenge.