Friday, November 27, 2015

"Always Sunny" shooting here

The Fx sitcom took over a block of the Italian Market. Read where they'll be shooting the rest of the week.

"Always Sunny" shooting here


The FX sitcom It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is in town for its annual visit to shoot exteriors.

Today found Rob McElhenney, Danny DeVito, Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton and Kaitlin Olson in Overbrook and the Italian Market.

Thursday’s shooting under director Fred Savage will start early in the morning at the base of the Ben Franklin Bridge and will move to nearby Dave & Buster’s, where it will be closed to the public.

Friday's scenes will be shot at a house near Fourth and Porter Streets and outside the Holiday Inn at 10th Street and Packer Avenue in South Philly. The dark comedy’s fifth season (14 episodes) premieres in September.

In yesterday’s scene at Ninth and Montrose Streets, Dee (Olson) pulls up in her car, which is towing a trailer, and the rest of the cast gets out. They’re headed to the Grand Canyon, but given the show’s history, it’s unlikely they make it out of Philly.

Photos by Bonnie Weller.
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