While 'Wilfred' and 'Louie' get another season, veteran comedy 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' gets two straight.
FX gave freshmen "Wilfred" and sophomore "Louie" another year to show the funny. The network's president John Landgraf gave a good news during Television Critics Association press tour on Saturday, saying the comedy series are renewed along with veteran "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia".
Starring Elijah Wood, "Wilfred" has taken in an accumulative 5 million viewers per week. Meanwhile, "Louie" is averaged 3 million viewers a week but has gained a Emmy nomination for star Louis C.K.. Both of them are given 13-episode order for the new season.
FX is more confident on "Philadelphia", giving it 2 more seasons, the eighth and ninth, at the same time. Consequently, it becomes the longest-running live-action comedy in basic cable history. FX also has the option of picking up the tenth season.