Netflix FINALLY confirms when the new season of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia will be released in the UK
It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia finally has an air date for Netflix in the UK and Ireland – over two months after its premiere across the Atlantic.
Season 16 of the US sitcom will land on the streaming giant for British viewers on September 15.
The latest season first aired in its home country on June 7 on Disney’s cable TV channel FXX.
Netflix UK & Ireland tweeted the news: ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia S16 comes to Netflix UK/IE on 15 Sep!’
Fans of Rob McElhenney’s hit show were delighted by the news, with not much longer to keep away from spoilers.
Back in Britain: Netflix have finally announced when the latest series of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia will be released to viewers this side of the Atlantic
Weeks away: Season 16 of Rob McElhenney’s hit show will be live on the streaming platform from September 15
The excitement was especially hard to contain for some, with one commenter exclaiming: ‘YEEEESSSSS!!! I NEED THIS.’
Someone else simply replied: ‘FINALLY!!!’
Others described it as the ‘best news,’ and expressed their relief adding that it was ‘about time.’
It makes September a busy month for McElhenney fans, with Welcome To Wrexham’s second series dropping the same week on September 12.
One such viewer was already looking forward to it: ’12th September Welcome To Wrexham s2 and 15th Sunny s16 what a week.’
Unlike his more recent football venture, McElhenney has been creating It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia since its debut in August 2005.
Since then it has enjoyed stratospheric success, including winning the 2016 People’s Choice Favorite Cable TV Comedy.
Season 16 sees all the regulars returning, with Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, Kaitlin Olson, and Danny DeVito all returning.
Not long now: Fans of the sitcom were quick to reply expressing their excitement