Fans of the Day Man rejoice! EW has learned that FX comedy It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia will return for a 4th season. The half-hour show, about four friends and the Irish dive bar they operate when not getting into unwholesome trouble, is scheduled for a 13-episode run. An air date has not yet been determined, but the writing staff is already sketching out story ideas with production tentatively set to begin in June. The main cast will return in its entirety, including Danny DeVito as the gang’s twisted father figure.
Later this week, EW.com will be interviewing series creator and co-star Rob McElhenney (pictured, center), who plays the sweetly aggressive Mac. We’ll be picking his brain about what madness he, Charlie Day (Charlie, right), and Glenn Howerton (Dennis) have planned for the upcoming season. Got a question you want us to ask? Leave it in the comments and we’ll see if Rob thinks you’re funny enough to get an answer.