And the winner is Ceevon. Ceevon’s favorite Modern Family character is Gloria!
Congrats to Ceevon, and don’t forget that you can buy the Modern Family Game here .
The debut of Simon Cowell’s “The X Factor” played second fiddle to “Modern Family.”
On a competitive night of fall debuts, Fox’s singing contest kicked off Wednesday with a total audience of 12.5 million viewers, according to Nielsen Co. ratings. The real glory went to ABC’s Emmy-winning “Modern Family,” which earned a leading 14.5 million viewers.
Among advertiser-coveted young adult viewers, the ABC 8-10 p.m. EDT sitcom duo of “The Middle” and “Modern Family” were the leaders and topped “X Factor” by 5 percent.
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What’s the best way to celebrate the new season of Modern Family? A giveaway of the new Modern Family Game.
Let us know which character in Modern Family is your favorite and why by commenting in this post, and we will select one random comment to win this great Modern Family Game.
You have to comment by Tuesday 9.27 at 9PM EST and have a mailing address in the U.S. to be elegible to win.
Enjoy the new season!
Modern Family Game
For 2-6 players; Ages Teen-Adult;
Players join in the fun of Modern Family’s three related families as they test their trivia knowledge of this hit TV show. There are five types of special spaces you can land on. Each type of special space has a corresponding deck of cards including: Parenting, Family, Modern, Interview and Event cards. By selecting the cards, players may be asked to answer trivia questions, play out a charade and discuss interview topics and family events. By completing the action on the cards, players receive tokens.
Once your team has collected all 30 tokens, you must get your mover home. The player to visit each household and get back to their TV viewing couch first wins!
Brothers & Sisters alum Gilles Marini will be hanging with some members of ABC’s Modern Family, TVLine has learned exclusively, in a storyline that is sure to befuddle Cameron and Mitchell.
In a Season 3 episode, Marini will guest star as Julian, a friend of a friend of Cameron and Mitchell’s whom they both assume is gay. That assumption, however, proves to be erroneous when the boys invite Claire (Emmy winner Julie Bowen) on a rare “fun night out” and end up leaving her with Julian –- and in short order it becomes clear that this fella is very, very straight.
PopSugarTV has an awesome new video of Nolan Gould talking about Modern Family’s season premiere at PopSugar.
IF, AFTER 48 episodes, there was still any doubt that Modern Family is the most adored sitcom on television, it was eliminated here at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night.
The telecast began with four awards in a row to members of the Modern Family team, and it ended the same way it did last year, with the two-year-old show being named the best comedy on television.
From start to finish, it felt like a night for Modern Family. At one point the show’s host, Jane Lynch of Fox’s Glee, said, “Welcome back to the Modern Family Awards.”
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- Star Of Emmys: ‘Modern Family’ (npr.org)
Modern Family opened the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards with two big wins in the Best Supporting Actor and Actress for a Comedy categories. Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell, who are husband and wife on-screen, were the winners.
Source: TV Latest
PopSugarTV will be broadcasting LIVE from the Emmy Awards red carpet this Sunday, September 18th at 3:00 p.m. PT / 6:00 p.m. ET.
As you know, Modern Family, Ed O’Neill, Eric Stonestreet, Jesse Tyler, Ty Burrell, Julie Bowen, and Sofia Vergara are ALL nominated this year!
When the event starts, you will see a live feed of PopSugar at the Emmys as it happens.
Good luck to all the cast of Modern Family and come back to check the show.
Poor Ed O’Neill has endured a long streak of snubs before journeying to the Emmys, but now it looks like it could pay off Sunday with the ultimate Hollywood happy ending: an Emmy win.
According to predictions at GoldDerby, O’Neill is in second place to take home the award for comedy supporting actor. Experts, editors and users have “Modern Family” costar Ty Burrell out in first place, with Chris Colfer (“Glee”) in third, last year’s winner Eric Stonestreet (“Modern Family”) in fourth, Jesse Tyler Ferguson (“Modern Family”) in fifth and Jon Cryer (“Two and a Half Men”) in last place.
Source: LA TIMES
How’s the new Lily fitting in around set?
“She’s very sweet,” Ferguson told E! at Audi and David Yurman’s Pre-Emmy party at Cecconi’s in West Hollywood. “It’s definitely going from 0 to 100 because our last little girls, Ella and Jaden, the adorable Hiller twins, were a bit catatonic, which is kind of what made them charming. And Aubrey is the exact opposite. She’s a talker. She jumps into anyone’s arms…I think people will really fall in love with her and she’ll be quite the scene stealer.”
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