‘Always Sunny’ gang is sticking around

Break out the wine in a can, The Gang has good news—and we’ll be celebrating with them about it for at least the next couple years. That’s right, FXX has picked up It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia for not one, but two more seasons.

Thanks to the newly inked deal, It’s Always Sunny will see a Season 11 and 12, putting its run through at least 2017. Vulture calls the agreement a “everything-but-the-kitchen-sink” type of deal, with creators Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, and Rob McElhenney expanding their roles…

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‘Fathers and Daughters’ stars take Pittsburgh social media by storm

If you’re on social media in the 412, you can’t miss it. Pittsburghers are documenting the antics of Aaron Paul, Amanda Seyfried and Justin Long shooting for the movie “Fathers and Daughters” continues in and around the city.

The stars themselves, along with director Gabriele Muccino, are tweeting and Instagraming their experiences, too, and the Post-Gazette is gathering a chronicle of the shoot in one handy spot for readers.

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A new A&E drama series Those Who Kill pits Pittsburgh police against a serial killer

The set- and shot-in-Pittsburgh crime series Those Who Kill premiered this week on A&E (Mondays, at 10 p.m.). The 10-part serial was adapted from a Danish TV show, and stars Chloe Sevigny as newish police detective Catherine Jensen, and James D’Arcy as a forensic psychologist.

Episode 1 was very pilot-like, with a self-contained serial-killer story (that guy was easier to catch than a cold!), and some clunky set-up establishing the charact…

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Fallon’s set designer is a Philly guy

DIGGING THE NEW SET for “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”? It’s got a Carson flair with a modern twist, don’t you think?

It’s all thanks to Philly guy Eugene Lee, who’s also set designer for “Saturday Night Live” and has won Tonys for his designs for “Wicked,” Leonard Bernstein’s “Candide” and Stephen Sondheim’s “Sweeney Todd.” Before that, Lee cut his teeth at South Street’s Theatre of Living Arts.

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Best Places to Live and Work as a Moviemaker in 2014, Big Cities: #7. Philadelphia

“Yo, Adrian, we did it!” Ringing in at number seven is the City of Brotherly Love, home of Rocky Balboa, cheesesteaks, and the Liberty Bell. With over $271 million in production spending in 2013, Philadelphia played a crucial role in the making of recent films Prisoners, Franny, Paranoia.

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania offers a 25% tax credit to films that spend at least 60% of their total production in the state with a $60 million cap. If you want mo…

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