Binge-Watch “Always Sunny” While You Can: It’s Leaving Netflix

Here’s when you’ll have to say goodbye to the gang.

OK, Philly — now’s your chance to watch as many episodes of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” while you still can.

Next month, Netflix will remove the how. We know, we know: Like you and many others, we’re not happy.

Apparently the show was set to stream on Netflix for a set period of time, and that period has run its course. The platform has confirmed to Polygon that all 11 seasons will be gone (kaput, nada, no more) after December 8th.

Netflix told Polygon that it “took a variety of factors into account” when choosing not to renew the title, including the platform’s growing emphasis on original content.

“As we expand our content portfolio, our goal is to continue offering great movies and TV series for our members, while also providing content that is available exclusively on Netflix,” the platform said in a statement, per Polygon.

“Always Sunny” now joins other 20th Century Fox shows in the Netflix graveyard, like “Bob’s Burgers,” “Futurama” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”

The good news? You can still watch the show on Hulu: the online network just picked up the show’s 12th season.