Heading back for its fourteenth season this fall, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is back for its record 14th season. Only Netflix in the United Kingdom currently carries It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia with the US having it removed several years ago. Here’s the release schedule for season 14 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
The ever-popular comedy series that features Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, Rob McElhenney, Kaitlin Olson and Danny DeVito is returning this fall on September 25th, 2019. Once again, the series remains on its new home of FXX. Its retained its September slot with seasons 10 through 12 actually airing on January.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia season 14 Netflix UK release date
As a reminder, Netflix UK is the only region currently streaming It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Although it doesn’t look like its position on Netflix UK looks under threat just yet, it’s always a possibility given FX’s parent company Disney’s removal of most of its content across the board from Netflix.
Let’s quickly look a when previous seasons of It’s Always Sunny have arrived on Netflix in the UK:
- Season 11 arrived in May 2016
- Season 12 arrived in May 2017
- Season 13 arrived in January 2019
Based on the fact season 13 was the first season to go back to its September release schedule we’re currently expecting season 14 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia to be on Netflix UK in January 2020.
Why isn’t It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia on Netflix in the United States?
Season 14 won’t be coming to Netflix if you’re a resident in the United States. Despite having some of FX’s catalog still available on the service, most of it left throughout 2017 and 2018. It’s Always Sunny left Netflix US in December 2017.
As with the majority of FX’s and Fox’s library, it’s now transitioned to its new home over at Hulu where the whole library remains available. Although we don’t rule out the series ever returning, it’s highly unlikely given the ownership situation.
Are you looking forward to seeing It’s Always Sunny return to Netflix or are you in on the regions where you’ll have to find alternative streaming plans? Let us know in the comments.