FXX Renews It's Always Sunny for Two More Seasons, Orders Tracy Morgan Comedy to Series

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Renewed Seasons 11 and 12Looks like the Philadelphia forecast will stay pleasant for some time to come.

FXX on Friday announced that it has renewed It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia for Seasons 11 and 12, making the series the longest running live-action comedy in cable history.

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The FX offshoot also bestowed a 10-episode, straight-to-series order to a sitcom starring 30 Rock alum Tracy Morgan. The untitled, half-hour project is slated to air alongside Sunny‘s upcoming 10th season, which will bow in 2015.

Both the Sunny renewal and the Morgan comedy are part of an overall deal with RCG Productions, which is run by Sunny‘s Rob McElhenny, Charlie Day and Glenn Howerton. RCG will serve as creators/executive producers/showrunners for Morgan’s TV return, along with former Sunny producer Luvh Rahke.

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RCG’s deal also includes a TBA comedy pilot order and script orders for Harder (penned by Howerton and Sunny co-EP Scott Marder); We’re Good, Thanks (written by Day and Sunny actresses Mary Elizabeth Ellis and Artemis Pebdani, with Ellis and Pebdani attached to star); and Blow-Up Dolls, written by and starring British comedienne Sarah Solemani).

TVLine’s Cable Renewal Scorecard has been updated to reflect the renewal.