Philadelphia is always sunny recently completed its 15th season and Archer is entering its 13th season.
However, neither show is heading towards the end of its line, according to FX Entertainment president Eric Schrier.
Sunnywhich with its final season broke the record for longest-running live-action comedy, bypassing The Adventures of Ozzie and Harrietwas renewed for multiple seasons in December 2020, leading it to its 18th season.
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“It’s interesting with this show,” Schrier told Deadline. “Guys have been doing it for so long. As long as they feel they can maintain its momentum creatively, they want to keep doing it. Creatively, the show is great, and we think the final season was as strong as ever. Fans love the show, so we’ll keep going as long as they want. »
The comedy follows the Gang at Paddy’s Pub in South Philly: Mac (Rob McElhenney), Charlie (Charlie Day), twins Dennis (Glenn Howerton) and Dee (Kaitlin Olson) and Frank (Danny DeVito).
It is produced by FX Productions, 3 Arts Entertainment and RCG Entertainment.
Meanwhile, Archer heads into its first season without the voice talents of the late Jessica Walter as Archer’s mother and spymaster Malory Archer. Its 13th season will air later this year.
“It’s not meant to be the last season. I think we feel really good with the scripts, they’re now livening them up for the next season. We’re waiting to see what the creators think about the progression time. We are very excited about this show and its continued longevity. When you have an animated half hour like this, it can go on, as you can see with The Simpsons, for a very long time. Archer always does good for us and people love it and the fans love it, so as long as they can keep doing it and maintain the quality, we’ll want to support it,” Schrier said.
The half-hour comedy follows Sterling Archer and the agency, who in season 12 navigated the changing landscape of the spy world and faced a new threat: a spy conglomerate known as of IIA (International Intelligence Agency).
The series features the voices of H. Jon Benjamin as Archer, Aisha Tyler as super spy Lana Kane, Judy Greer as surprisingly well-adjusted assistant Cheryl/Carol Tunt, Chris Parnell as new alpha male Cyril Figgis, Amber Nash as lovable comrade-in-arms Pam Poovey, Adam Reed as consummate professional Ray Gillette, and Lucky Yates as unscrupulous scientist Algernop Krieger.
Archer was created by Adam Reed and is produced by Reed, Matt Thompson and Casey Willis at Floyd County Productions. The series is produced by FX Productions.