Just because you don’t understand English doesn’t mean you don’t want a dose of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.” Perhaps that’s why the FXX comedy has a Russian counterpart.
Russia went the extra mile, not satisfied with simply dubbing new voices over the American footage. The country has its own version of the series, with an entirely new cast. “It’s Always Sunny in Moscow” premiered in May.
The Russian gang still owns a bar, though it’s not called Paddy’s Pub. Instead, they hang out in a bar called Philadelphia, which is perfect. Everyone is represented in the cast, down to Frank and the Waitress. You can check out a clip from the series above.
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