It’s Always Sunny Is Filming in Center City on Friday

The show will be filming all day Friday in the Gayborhood/Washington Square West area, centering around 12th and Locust streets.

Few could have predicted the runaway success of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia when it premiered on FX in August of 2005. The show (now on FXX) recently wrapped up airing its 11th season, and has now been renewed through season 14. The show Rob McElhenney originally developed with Glenn Howerton is now a phenomenon.

While it shoots primarily in Los Angeles, It’s Always Sunny occasionally films some exteriors in Philly. On Friday, it’s filming in Center City around 12th and Locust.

Per a flier distributed to residents in the area, parking will be banned on Locust between 11th and 13th, on 12th from Sansom to Spruce and on 13th from Locust to Walnut. Crew vehicles will start coming into the area around 6 a.m.; the shoot should be finished by 7 p.m.

The flier says people won’t be stopped from getting into businesses or houses in the area, which is in the Gayborhood/Washington Square West area. We can only hope The Gang will be getting brunch at Green Eggs, or maybe breaking into the under-renovation Parker-Spruce down the block.

The show stars Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, Kaitlin Olson and Danny DeVito. Its 12th season will likely air in the winter of 2017 on FXX.

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