Philly.com – We didn’t see much sun Thursday, but if you were around Logan Square or on Chestnut Street near 17th, you might have spotted the cast of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.” The cable sitcom, which moves this fall from FX to help launch its spin-off channel FXX, is in town for a couple of days shooting on location for its upcoming ninth season. By midafternoon, two of its stars, Kaitlin Olson and Glenn Howerton, were filming a scene at 9th and Green streets. “I’m going to say this is actually a perfect day to shoot,” said “Sunny” creator and star Rob McElhenney, who grew up here and knows from Philly weather. “We had one hour of rain and aside from that, it’s just been overcast, and overcast is the best weather” for filming.
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Season 9 will air in September on FX…X.