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Glenn Howerton’s Latest ‘Always Sunny’ Update: ‘Dennis Could Be Gone Forever’

”A.P. Bio“ star assures fans (again) that his upcoming NBC sitcom has no bearing on next FXX season

Glenn Howerton’s got another update on Dennis Reynolds’ status for the next season of FXX’s “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.”

On Saturday, the star of NBC’s upcoming sitcom “A.P. Bio” reiterated via Twitter that it is “possible” his character will be back on “Always Sunny.”

That means maybe yes and maybe no, guys.

As TheWrap also reported previously, his new broadcast acting gig alongside Patton Oswalt has no bearing on that “Sunny” decision, which is simply a creative one at the half-hour cable comedy Howerton is mainly known for. After all, Howerton is going to be writing “Always Sunny” with Rob McElhenney and Charlie Day anyway — what we don’t know yet is if Reynolds will appear on screen.

“Telling you whether or not Dennis is coming back would be giving away the plot of the next season,” Howerton wrote on Twitter. “So… to clarify once and for all. I don’t know if Dennis is coming back. He left the bar. We take that plot choice seriously.”

Get it now? Read Howerton’s full Twitter thread below.

“A.P. Bio” will debut in a special preview time slot Thursday, Feb. 1 at 9:30 p.m. ET on NBC.