FXX’s cult favorite hit comedy series, Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia, has been renewed for an additional 2 seasons. The series recently wrapped it’s 11th season with high ratings, and has a 12th season planned for early 2017. FXX’s new order will take Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia to 14 seasons, which will tie it with The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, which debuted in 1952, as the longest running live action comedy series of all time. Though it ties for the record with Ozzie and Harriet, Sunny is dwarfed by the older series when it comes to episode count. The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet ran 425 episodes, where as It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia will hit 154 episodes at the end of it’s 14th season. It is also important to note, however, that It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia has not been cancelled, so the series could conceivably continue for many years to come. There is also the important qualifier of “Live Action” and “Comedy” for the record, as animated comedy series The Simpsons has already run 27 seasons, and though it only ran 20 seasons (only), Gunsmoke (1955) aired an impressive 635 episodes (that is an average of 32 episodes per season). Lets not even begin to talk about long running daily Soap Operas like Days of Our Lives and All My Children. Still, for such a quirky cult show like Sunny to have such a significant run (and it is still going) is impressive.