The tale of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia has become something of a legend in TV-land over the course of its 10 year run.
The show started way back in 2004 as the brain-child of lead actors/producers and writers Rob Mcelhenney, Glenn Howerton and Charlie Day. 393 more words
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The Extraordinary Life And Ambitious Future Of 'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia' Creator Rob McElhenney
I listen to a lot of podcasts, which often means listening to a ton of Marc Maron and Chris Hardwick, which is a mixed blessing. They’re great interviewers, in that they both can get celebrities to really open up, but in both cases, it necessitates hearing Hardwick and Maron complain about their own lives and problems. 1,315 more words