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'Modern Family' Season 5: First promo points to a wedding

ABC's first promo for Season 5 of "Modern Family" centers around the one little word everyone wants to hear: "Yes!"As the voiceover teases, "'Modern Family' will change with just one word," before a montage of the entire cast shouting in the affirmative. "But what's the question?" the narrator then asks. What's the question, indeed. Might Cam (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitch (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) finally tie the knot now that gay marriage is legal in California?At a live table read of the premiere episode, held before an audience of Emmy voters on Aug. 14, it was revealed that the season opener will play around with this summer's legalization of same-sex marriage in Mitch and Cam's home state, Deadline reports.The episode, titled "Suddenly Last Summer," was written by Jeffrey Richman, who said that the writers began working on the story "before the [Supreme Court] decision came down.""We would have been extremely unlucky writers had the decision gone... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/08/modern-family-season-5-first-promo-points-to-a-wedding.html

Modern Family's New Opener

The writers of Modern Family haven't yet begun plotting next season's stories, but already I have scoop on the premiere episode. The ABC sitcom is planning to shoot new opening credits to show how the cast members, especially the child actors, have changed. //www.tvguide.com/News/Kecks-Modern-Family-Opener-1066438.aspx?rss=breakingnews

'Modern Family' Season 4 finale: 'Goodnight, Gracie' ends with a Dunphy funeral

It takes a self-assured comedy to end a season with a funeral for a character the audience has never met, which is exactly what "Modern Family" does. Wrapping up its fourth season on Wednesday (May 22), the ABC sitcom remains one of TV's most watched comedies, knowing that, at this point in its run, it can do just about whatever it darn well pleases.So, the show kills off Grandma Gracie Dunphy, a character we've never met and therefore find little to be moved by with her death. Or so it would seem. At the onset of the episode, as the entire Dunphy-Pritchett clan descends upon Florida to mourn, not even the woman's son or husband seem that torn up about their loss. True, Claire (Julie Bowen) has an aside in the cold open about the death not being unexpected, but the lack of palpable grief from Phil (Ty Burrell) or Frank (guest star Fred Willard)... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/05/modern-family-season-4-finale-goodnight-gracie-ends-with-a-dunphy-funeral.html

Modern Family Season 4 Finale 2013 “Goodnight, Gracie”

Modern Family Season 4 Episode 24 "Goodnight, Gracie" airs Wednesday, May 22 (9:00-9:31 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. Episode Synopsis: Modern Family Season 4 Episode 24 "Goodnight, Gracie" – Everyone flies down to Florida to be with Phil after his mom’s passing. Claire helps Phil with Gracie’s last wish for Frank, and the kids reflect on the gifts grandma left for them. Gloria has to contend with an outstanding arrest warrant in Florida, Cam finds himself fitting right into an elderly women’s group at Frank’s retirement community, and Jay runs into a pivotal person from his past, on the season finale of "Modern Family," WEDNESDAY, MAY 22 (9:00-9:31 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. READ MORE...

‘Modern Family’ Star Ariel Winter Looks Ahead to Next Season

The ABC sitcom "Modern Family" is hitting the USA Network in syndication and some cast members, including Sofia Vergara, Julie Bowen and Ariel Winter, strutted the red carpet at the network’s Upfront event Thursday in New York. Read More... //blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/05/17/modern-family-star-ariel-winter-looks-ahead-to-next-season/?mod=WSJBlog