t’s Always Sunny season 15 trailer takes the band to Ireland

Fasten your seatbelts, It’s always sunshine in Philadelphia fans because the season 15 trailer is here and it pulls nothing for its battles. FX has officially released the trailer for the latest season of the landmark TV series, which shows that even after sixteen years, the band responsible for Paddy’s Pub is still able to get into countless kinds of predicament.

The new footage includes a number of new adventures for Charlie (Charlie Day), Mac (Rob McElhenney), Dee (Kaitlin Olson), Dennis (Glenn Howerton), and Frank (Danny DeVito), including teaching acting courses – which they seem less than qualified to do – getting into religion and finding themselves involved in less than legal matters. But perhaps the highlight of the trailer is the gang that goes abroad to Ireland, where they (not surprisingly) commit a series of cultural faux pas and land themselves in what fans can only assume is a whole new brand of trouble.


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And even though only short clips from the season were revealed in the trailer, we also know, thanks to some well-timed TikToks from McElhenney, that the upcoming season will deal with the chaos that was 2020 – which may include some of its more unpleasant elements if visuals by McElhenney in riot gear and DeVito’s references to Jeffrey Epstein are of every indication.


Season fifteen marks a significant achievement for It’s always sunshine crew, with its renewal for up to eighteen seasons, making it the longest-running live-action comedy series in American television series. The record was previously held by The adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, which ran for fourteen seasons from 1952 to 1966, but it seems the band has been able to accomplish at least one thing for themselves.

It’s always sunshine in Philadelphia returns to FXX on December 1, with episodes available the next day to stream with FX on Hulu. Watch the brand new trailer below.

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