Glenn Howerton Says He Was Misquoted and Season 10 Might Not Be ‘Always Sunny’s Last
Earlier this week in an interview with Rolling Stone, Glenn Howerton was quoted as saying that It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia will end its run following its tenth season, set to air in 2014. Yesterday evening, Howerton took to Twitter to explain that he was misquoted in the interview and that he and his Always Sunny cohorts might do more of the show following season ten. Here’s what Howerton had to say on Twitter:
That was a misquote in Rolling Stone, y’all. We’re signed on through 10 seasons, but may do more … It’s a great article in Rolling Stone. I just think he misunderstood when I said we’re only signed thru 10. We still might sign on for more … Easy on RollingStone, you guys. It was an honest mistake.
So, now it looks like season ten may or may not be the end of Always Sunny . When FX renewed the show for an eighth and ninth season in 2011, Always Sunny became the longest-running live action sitcom on basic cable. The series starts its season nine on September 4th, when it moves to FX’s new all-comedy sister network FXX.