Season 13 Of 'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia' Coming To Netflix On January 6

Let's face it - January is the most depressing month of the year. The festive season is over, you're back at work and you're suffering from a two-week-long hangover/food over. It sucks.

Preempting our misery at this time of the year, Netflix is set to make the month a little brighter by adding season thirteen of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia to its library. Hero of the year? Maybe, particularly since the streamer also confirmed it won't be wiping Friends from its slate.

Credit: FXX
Credit: FXX

In other words, we're all going to be doing some serious Netflix 'n' Chillin' this January.

Thanks, guys and gals! We're always up for stuffing our faces with more from the sunny gang. While most sitcoms lose their spark after a few seasons, It's Always Sunny has remained reliable and managed to keep the laughs rolling (and stomachs turning) even into its thirteenth season - which premiered on FXX on September 5 of this year.

Even though it first aired all the way back in 2005, the show has somehow remained fresh and continued to push buttons and boundaries with its offbeat form of comedy.

Credit: FXX
Credit: FXX

The show itself centers on a dysfunctional gang, consisting of brother and sister Dennis (Glenn Howerton) and Dee Reynolds (Kaitlin Olson) and their friends Charlie (Charlie Day) and Mac (Rob McElhenney), who all co-own an Irish bar in Philadelphia. Along with Frank Reynolds - played by an always-stunning Danny DeVito - they make up a group of some of the worse people in America.

The comedic tones are sardonic as they come, making it a perfect post-Christmas show to binge-watch as you question the meaning of life. It's also perfect if you've grown a little sick of the niceties in Friends - although we all love a catch up down at Central Perk, you won't find the Irish coffees served at this Phili bar.

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Daisy Phillipson

Daisy is a UK-based freelance journalist with too many opinions. She loves everything film and music-related and has a track record writing for Little White Lies, BWRC, and Film Daily. Contact her at [email protected]

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