Fred Willard returns to the April 28 new episode of Modern Family and we have promo photos and a synopsis for you below. GRANDPA DUNPHY IS IN TOWN AND CAMERON JOINS A ROCK BAND, ON ABC'S "MODERN FAMILY". To Read More Click here .
"Modern Family" star Jesse Tyler Ferguson feels a certain amount of responsibility playing Mitchell, one half of the show's gay couple. "With this show, it was never a question about quote unquote staying in the closet -- which I've never been in," he tells Out. "With 'Modern Family,' I was very eager to talk about my sexuality because I think there is a responsibility that comes with playing a married gay couple on network television." To Read More Click Here .
Still bummed about last night's back-to-back repeats of MODERN FAMILY? Well, say 'Ahola' to these first look photos of the Dunphey/Pritchett clan's much-anticipated May 12th Hawaiian vacation that we guarantee will turn that frown upside-down. More first look photos of which can be found after the jump. Source & More Photos
One of the biggest success stories of the TV season is "Modern Family," ABC's rejuvenation of the family sitcom, albeit a slightly twisted take. Most actors in the show's ensemble are veterans of other series, which run the gamut from iconic to swiftly canceled. For example, "Modern Family" patriarch Ed O'Neill will forever be beloved as "Married ... With Children" dad Al Bundy, while his onscreen son Jesse Tyler Ferguson previously starred on the short-lived sitcom "The Class," and TV daughter Julie Bowen has a trio of solid series ("Lost," "Boston Legal," and "Ed") under her belt. Ty Burrell, playing Bowen's clueless husband, was a regular on two previous series, as was Sofia Vergara, who plays O'Neill's trophy wife. To Read More Click Here .
'All of our stories come from real life,' Steven Levitan, co-creator and executive producer of ABC's 'Modern Family,' told 1,200 fans at a recent Paley Center for Media event in Beverly Hills. Asking his wife, Krista, to stand, he told the PaleyFest group that she really did smash his expensive television remote control into a thousand pieces and left it by their front door for him to find. He then introduced their son, Griffin, whom he was obliged to shoot with a BB gun after Griffin shot his cousin; and daughter, Hannah, whose video chat with her friends caught him wearing nothing but his underwear. All raw material for a guy hailed as a savior of the half-hour television comedy for the ber-hit he created with longtime collaborator Christopher Lloyd. To Read More Click Here .
All the ads for Wednesday's (April 14) "Modern Family" have focused on a youth-league basketball game involving Manny (Rico Rodriguez), Luke (Nolan Gould) and their respective fathers. But there's another story in the episode that has us intrigued too. Not that the promos haven't been funny. Phil (Ty Burrell) naming his fists "The Captain" and "Tennille"? Gold. So is the idea of excitable Dharma Initiative head of research Stuart Radzinsky -- or, OK, Eric Lange, the actor who played Radzinsky on "Lost" -- as the boys' hoops coach. What you haven't seen in ABC's ads, though, is a subplot involving Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and Cameron (Eric Stonestreet) adjusting to the fact that Mitchell is now between jobs. As you'll see in the clip below, neither one is exactly taking to the new arrangement. You'll also see Ferguson and Stonestreet continue to deliver the best talking-head segments in the show, including Mitchell's homicidal urges toward a certain beloved children's show character. "Modern Family" airs at 9 p.m. ET Wednesday on ABC. Source & Preview
Glee may have said "Hell-O" to an exciting spring season last night with record-breaking ratings, but some of your favorite Wednesday shows are bidding their farewells! Tonight marks the season finale of Human Target on Fox, and it's the series finale of Ugly Betty on ABC! Also, speaking of good-byes, two American Idol hopefuls will be leaving us in tonight's double elimination, so don't forget to tune in! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Human Target on Fox -- season finale! The New Adventures of Old Christine on CBS America's Next Top Model on The CW 8:30/7:30c Accidentally on Purpose on CBS The Middle on ABC 9/8c American Idol on Fox Modern Family on ABC Fly Girls on The CW MythBusters on Discovery Channel 9:30/8:30c Cougar Town on ABC High Society on The CW 10/9c Ugly Betty on ABC -- series finale! CSI: NY on CBS In Plain Sight on USA Network Top Chef Masters on Bravo Real World/Road Rules Challenge on MTV South Park on Comedy Central Also, don't forget to check out the SideReel editorial team's individual Twitter accounts for more specialized updates on your favorite shows: sidereelKendra , sidereelRachel , sidereelAlex , and animereel ! What will you be watching?
Ryan Seacrest, watch your back. Why? Because while you've had a good run as the hardest-working guy in show business, Fred Willard whose recently appeared in everything from MODERN FAMILY (as Phil's dad) to THE WIZARDS OF WAVERLY PLACE (as Mr. Stuffleby) would like nothing better than to steal that title out from under you. To Read More Click Here .
A new episode of Modern Family will be airing on April 14 and ABC has released three sneak peeks from the upcoming episode. A FAMILY IS LIKE A SPORTS TEAM SOME MEMBERS ARE FIRST-STRINGERS AND OTHERS GET BENCHED, ON ABC'S "MODERN FAMILY". "Benched" - When Luke and Manny's hot-tempered basketball coach quits in the middle of a game, Jay and Phil both jockey to fill the position. Claire and Gloria each struggle with the realization that they might not be number one in their children's lives anymore, and Mitchell takes Cameron along to meet a prospective employer, but Cameron's big personality doesn't necessarily help to make a good impression, on "Modern Family," WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14 (9:00-9:30 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. To Read More Click Here .
LOST fans will notice a familiar face on the April 14 new episode of Modern Family. Eric Lange, who played Radsinsky on the show will be appearing as a basketball coach on the episode. ABC has released promo photos and a synopsis for the episode, which you can view below. A FAMILY IS LIKE A SPORTS TEAM SOME MEMBERS ARE FIRST-STRINGERS AND OTHERS GET BENCHED, ON ABC'S "MODERN FAMILY" To Read More Click Here .