Could Rob McElhenney, a/k/a Mac from our beloved “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” be the catalyst for a new Philly-centric TV dynasty?
McElhenney just got the greenlight from Fox for a new pilot based on the book “Living Loaded” by Dan Dunn, according to Deadline. The tome centers around a booze blogger who must transform his life after landing a gig as a radio host. McElhenney is slated to serve as “Living Loaded’s” showrunner but because “It’s Always Sunny” is under contract for at least two more seasons at FX, we assume he won’t be taking on the role of surrogate Dunn onscreen.
Mac and “It’s Always Sunny” executive producer Rob Rosell, from Mullica Hill, NJ, are also behind the new cartoon “Unsupervised,” a new cartoon on FX, featuring Justin Long, Romany Malco, Kristen Bell and David Hornsby, premiering January 19 at 10:30 p.m.
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