It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FX) Rated TV-MA

Five friends own an Irish pub in Philadelphia. Starring Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, and Rob McElhenney.

This show has some comedy to it. The chemistry between the friends works, while some are funnier than others. There isn’t much character depth to any of them – they’re just there to make a joke. The show takes on controversial subjects but not in a real or in-depth way and not with any real humor. It’s neither funny nor smart. There’s nothing much going for the show. The writing really isn’t the best, but the chemistry between characters works. Even with that, the show is not worth a watch.

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