When the first episode of its 15th season aired earlier this month, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia became the longest running live-action comedy series in American of all-time.
That is quite the achievement for a show that started out as somewhat of a cult favourite, although it has quickly become one of the most popular comedies around in recent times.
The latest season is currently being broadcast in the US, with the 15th instalment having a bit of added interest for its Irish fans.
The main cast were in Ireland filming two new episodes a few months back, with creator Rob McElhenney sharing this picture of them at the time.
The episodes based in Ireland will premiere on Wednesday night and we have now been given a first glimpse of it.
Without giving too much away, it sees the whole gang travel to the country after Dee gets a job here, with Dennis, Charlie, Mac, and Frank joining her on the trip.
In the teaser, you can see some shots of Dublin, including of Christchurch Cathedral. You also get a sense of some of the hijinks that are to come.
You can watch the clip below.
It looks pretty good.
We also know that we can expect to see at least one familiar face in the episode, with Colm Meaney making an appearance during the season 15 trailer.
That should be interesting.
Here's how the episodes are summarised:
The Gang's in Dublin! Dennis longs for a charming, authentic European experience, but ends up helping Frank with some of his business's "dirty work." Mac and Charlie learn about their Irish heritage. Dee rushes to the set of an Irish soap opera, where she will play the role of "Obnoxious American MILF"...
Dennis and Dee explore their new accommodations in the countryside; Frank accompanies Charlie to find the truth about Charlie's Irish childhood pen pal; Mac has an identity crisis and decides to join the seminary.
It's sure to be a blast.