Keep Netflix Always Sunny

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As some of you may know, Netflix is planning to remove It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia this upcoming December. This is incredibly disappointing, considering It's Always Sunny has completely revolutionized modern sitcom, providing endless laughs for all viewers. Although there are other ways one could watch the show, Netflix's simple navigational system has created an atmosphere for it's subscribers that makes it incredibly easy to watch The Gang, and now, Netflix want to rob it from us. 

IMDB rates It's Always Sunny #24 out of 33,827 titles. 

24. One of the only titles that can provide 12 quality seasons and continue to create more while maintaining a positive reputation. According to Metro News,
"If it completes and airs its thirteenth season, the show will become one of the longest-running sitcoms in television history." Simply incredible. 

According to Polygon.com, in an interview with a representative from Netflix, he (rep) states, 

"The license for a TV series or movie is for a set period of time, which means every title eventually comes up for renewal. At that point we take a variety of factors into account to determine if we will extend - in this case, there are no plans to renew this title. As we expand our content portfolio, our goal is to continue offering great movies and TV series for our members, while also providing content that is available exclusively on Netflix."

What kind of bush league strategy is that? 

It would be simply ridiculous for Netflix to remove this show, not only because it would purloin the rich comedic gold created by Rob McElhenney from it's viewers, but because Netflix would more than likely lose a significantly large amount of viewers once removing this show. 

Sure, Netflix has created some top-notch series: Stranger Things, Orange is the New Black, and who can forget Bojack Horseman's existential crises? However, none of these shows will ever amount to the mischievous tomfoolery presented in this wonderful show. 

Bottom line: Netflix owes it to not only us, but to The Gang themselves. Would Charlie just suddenly strip his audience of The Nightman Cometh? 

Mac did not gain all the weight to observe such disappointing actions from Netflix. 

Long live Paddy's,  

-Michael C. Saltouros 



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