FX has renewed "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" for a tenth season and "The League" for a sixth season.
The comedies, which wrapped their eighth and fourth seasons respectively in December 2012, will move to FX's new network FXX.
FX's flagship comedy series "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" was renewed for an eighth and ninth season in 2011. Season 9 of the series -- which stars Danny DeVito, Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, Rob McElhenney and Kaitlin Olson -- will debut in September 2013 and Season 10 will premiere in Fall 2014.
"The League," which centers on a fantasy football league in Winnetka, Illinois, was previously renewed for a fifth season in December 2012. “'The League' is flat-out one of the funniest shows on television,” Nick Grad, FX's executive vice president of original programming, said in a statement at the time. “Co-creators Jeff and Jackie Schaffer have such a perfect take on the material and the show has an amazingly talented ensemble cast of stars. Another season was an easy decision and we hope to have it on our schedule for many more years to come.” Season 5 of "The League" will debut in September 2013 and Season 6 will premiere sometime in the fall of 2014.
"Legit" has also been renewed and it's second season will join "It's Always Sunny," "The League" and "Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell" in launching FXX.