Collider | 'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia: Season 11' Review


Any TV show — particularly a comedy — fortunate enough to hit its eleventh season has a fine line to walk between consistency and innovation. On the one hand, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia has been successful for this many seasons because it has never strayed from its core concept: five degenerates hang around a bar, come up with insane schemes, and yell at each other a lot. But as it has continued on, some of the show’s best episodes have been when it breaks its formula or subverts it, like in Season 9’s “Flowers for Charlie,” or “The Gang Broke Dee.”

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