How to watch It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia online

The Gang Arrives on Amazon Prime Video in Australia.

Brodie Fogg
Editorial Lead
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Published on June 29, 2020
2 min read

Ever since Netflix first launched in Australia, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia has been one of the biggest gaps in every streaming library that launched subsequently. Despite being one of the longest-running and most consistent comedies on television, Aussie viewers have been denied access to Paddy’s Pub for years.

Now, in 2020, Amazon Prime Video has finally paid the troll toll, adding seasons 1 to 13 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia to its library of TV shows.

How to get an Amazon Prime Video free trial

First of all, make sure you're not already a Prime subscriber. As this article details, there are many entry points to an Amazon Prime subscription and if you're already paying for 2-day delivery or Twitch Prime, you might already have access to Prime Video. If not, follow these steps:

  1. Head to the Prime Video website
  2. If you already have a Prime login, click 'Prime Member? Sign in' and log in with your account details. That includes any login you've ever created on Amazon. Otherwise...
  3. If you're not a member, click 'Start your 30-day free trial'
  4. Amazon will ask you to sign in with your details. If you've never created an account, scroll down to 'New to Amazon?' and click 'Create your Amazon account'.
  5. Enter your name, email address, and password (twice for confirmation), and click 'Create your Amazon account'
  6. Boom. You can now enjoy 30 days of Prime Video (and everything else) for 30 days without paying anything.

How to stream It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia in Australia


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What is It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia?

Each episode of It’s Always Sunny Philadelphia details the misdeeds of four owners of a dingy Irish Bar, Paddy’s Pub, and their illegitimate/legitimate(?) father, Frank Reynolds (Danny Devito like you’ve never seen him).

Privileged siblings Dennis and Dee Reynolds, self-appointed Sheriff of Paddy’s Mac, and maintenance man/glue huffer Charlie Kelly are joined by Devito’s Frank Reynolds, in the gang’s perpetual downward spiral.

The gang’s hare-brained money-making schemes start as well-intentioned projects with disastrous results, but over 13 seasons, all good intentions are thrown to the wind, as the gang resorts to backstabbing, drug-dealing, and underage alcohol service, just to make a dime. On paper, that plot sounds more depressing than Requiem for a Dream, but Sunny always manages to keep the laughs rolling over all 13 seasons. It won’t agree with anyone who struggles to stomach the cringe comedy of shows like Curb Your Enthusiasm, but the show’s long streaks of degenerate behaviour make its rare nuggets of positivity all the more valuable.

What else is streaming on Prime?

If you’ve signed up for a Prime Video subscription, and you’re looking for something else to add to your watchlist, we’ve rounded up Prime Video’s best TV shows, including Homecoming, The Expanse, and The Boys, as well as the most outstanding films available to stream, including Honey Boy, The Report, and Brittany Runs a Marathon.

Brodie Fogg
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Brodie Fogg
Brodie Fogg is the Australian editorial lead at He has covered consumer tech, telecommunications, video games, streaming and entertainment for over five years at websites like WhistleOut and Finder and can be found sharing streaming recommendations at 7NEWS every month.

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