#4 and #5 most DVRed moments of the year are Modern Family episodes:
4. The “After the Fire” episode of “Modern Family.”
5. The “Hit and Run” episode of “Modern Family.”
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- “The Sweet DVR Bonus” (patspapers.com)
- SAG Awards TV: ‘Modern Family’ Leads Nominations (modern-family-tv.com)
Like most Americans, however, the president does manage to find some time to hang out with his family in front of the TV.
“For the girls and me, ‘Modern Family,’ that’s our favorite show,” the President told People Magazine in an interview that hits stands Friday.
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- The first family is a “Modern Family” (whitehouse.blogs.cnn.com)
- PHOTOS: ‘Modern Family’ Star’s Disneyland Adventure (huffingtonpost.com)
- Rico Rodriguez Looks Forward To Season Three of ‘Modern Family’ (VIDEO) (aoltv.com)
“Modern Family,” last year’s top comedy series, was the most-nominated sitcom with 17 bids.
“Modern Family,” which should be favored to repeat as best comedy, once again dominated the supporting acting categories with Julie Bowen and Sofia Vergara representing the show on the women’s side and Ed O’Neill, Eric Stonestreet, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Ty Burrell earning nominations for the men. O’Neill’s nomination was particularly satisfying, since he was the only member of the show’s main cast be excluded last year.
Source: Mercury News
- Emmy Nominations Announced! (huffingtonpost.com)