Modern Family (9-9:30pm – 10.9 million and 3.7/11 in AD18-49): Modern Family dominated the 9pm half-hour in Adults 18-49, topping its May finale in viewers (+4% – 10.9 million vs. 10.5 million) and holding even in Adults 18-49 (3.7/11), drawing its largest audience in nearly 1 year and matching its best young adult number since November – since 10/16/13 and 11/13/13, respectively.
Source: The Nielsen Company, Fast Affiliate Live + Same Day Ratings for 09/24/14.
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ABC’s “Modern Family” will be taking an Australian vacation thanks to a partnership with Qantas Airways. Keeping fans expectations high, Levitan says, “We promise to feature a kangaroo, a koala and a boomerang. I’m sure there will be lots more…”
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Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has turned to “Modern Family’s” Phil Dunphy to promote the the Complete Fourth Season on DVD
Dunphy, who is a real estate agent on ABC’s hit show, appears on bus bench ads, pillow cases and ads specifically designed around him. A new series of online banner ads began appearing Friday on sites like Zillow.com and Realtor.com.’
Target will offer the pillowcase as an exclusive item that comes with the fourth season of “Modern Family” on Blu-ray or DVD at at its stores. Retailer promoted the item in circular ads leading up to the show’s homevid release.
ABC‘s flagship comedy Modern Family, which is coming off a fourth consecutive best series Emmy win, may be getting a spinoff. Deadline learned that the network and producer 20th Century Fox TV have met to discuss potentially spinning off the hit comedy.One offshoot concept that is being explored is for a show built around standout Modern Family guest player Rob Riggle and the character he played in two episodes last season.
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ABC’s acclaimed hit comedy, Modern Family, returns for its fifth season with a special one-hour event, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
In the first half of the hour — “Suddenly, Last Summer” — the family is in the throes of summer activities: Phil and Claire are trying to orchestrate a kid-free week by coordinating Luke’s camp with Haley’s beach trip and Alex’s volunteering excursion; Jay and Gloria are getting Manny ready for his first solo trip back to Colombia; and Mitch and Cam make it a summer to remember.
In the second half-hour – “First Days” — Luke and Manny have their first day at high school, which proves to be harder for Phil and Gloria than for the boys. Elsewhere, Claire makes her big return to the workforce at Jay’s closet company and is a little rusty on her first day, and Cam starts a new substituting gig at the high school, leaving Mitch to try to juggle Lily’s first day in 1st grade and a very important meeting at work.
“Up All Night” creator Emily Spivey has joined “Modern Family,” the ABC comedy’s executive producer Danny Zuker announced on Twitter.
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“Family Guy” parodied another “Family” comedy on Sunday. The open credits for the April 28 episode were done in the style of ABC’s “Modern Family,” complete with the theme song and picture frames.
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Happy New Year! Some great Modern Family coming to us starting on January. Here are some of the new year promos:
Millions know Rico Rodriguez as Manny Delgado on the hit ABC show “Modern Family.” As it turns out, Rodriguez is not so far off from his on-screen personality when it comes to dispensing advice, offering wisdom like Manny does far beyond his years. In his book, “Reel Life Lessons…So Far,” the child star dishes on what it’s like to have Sofia Vergara as his TV mom, and gives his take on growing up in the spotlight, family values and overcoming the challenges in life. Read an excerpt of the book on ABC News
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We hope you enjoyed the “Modern Family’s” Halloween inspired episode, “Open House of Horrors”. Checkout this ghoulish video from the “Modern Family” team: