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FXX Renews ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ For Two More Seasons — Indiewire’s Friday Rundown

FXX Renews 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' For Two More Seasons — Indiewire's Friday Rundown

Bust out the beer and milk steak because it’s time to celebrate. “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” was picked up for two more seasons today at FXX, ensuring it will continue into its historic 14th season. More people visited Paddy’s Pub in Season 11 than any season since “Sunny” jumped from FX to FXX in Season 9 — which may not sound all that substantial, but it at least proves the staying power of this classic series.

Check out more of today’s latest industry news below:

First Look at “Ash vs. Evil Dead” Season 2

– I don’t know what more fans could hope to see in a first look image of “Ash vs. Evil Dead” Season 2 than the boomstick-wielding Deadite killer carving open a keg of beer with his chainsaw hand. I mean, really. First look images are usually pretty boring, but this gives us a heavy dose of iconic Americana — note the flag in the background — via one of our country’s greatest heroes getting his much-deserved party on in his dream destination of…Jacksonville, FL. Okay, it’s not perfect for everyone, but it’s perfect for Ash.

Bosch’ Renewed for Season 3 at Amazon

– Proving Season 1’s record-setting Amazon ratings were no fluke, the streaming network has picked up “Bosch” for a third season. Its premiere season was said to be the most-watched Amazon series in the network’s young history (before being surpassed by “The Man in the High Castle” late last year), and Season 2 must be performing pretty well itself for such a quick renewal order. The series is based on Michael Connelly’s beloved detective novels, so, if you haven’t heard of it, just ask your parents. They’ll tell you what’s up.

Watch the trailer for “Bosch” Season 2 below…

Watch: David Schwimmer and Jim Sturgess in New AMC Original Series ‘Feed the Beast’

Starring David Schwimmer and Jim Sturgess, “Feed the Beast” chronicles two best friends trying to open their dream restaurant in the Bronx. Though one can’t stay out of trouble (Sturgess) and the other can’t forgive him for it (Schwimmer), these two virtual brothers will stop at nothing to put out a high-end dining experience. With mobsters, widowers, racists — all described as such in the press release — “Feed the Beast” promises plenty of drama and, best of all, no zombies! Way to go AMC! An original original series!

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