Modern Family wins; everyone else dips

October 2, 2010 by · Leave a Comment
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‘Modern Family’ won another Wednesday night on an evening where viewership appears to be down across the board. NBC’s new entry in the Law & Order franchise won its slot in both viewers and 18-49.


Wednesday’s top show was ‘Modern Family’. The show did drop from last week’s 5.0, but no one came close to its 4.5 last night. ‘Cougar Town’ could not maintain the momentum: it registered only a 2.9 (down from 3.3) and lost 4 million of its lead-in audience.

‘Criminal Minds’ came in second overall with 14.41 million viewers (up from last week) and a 3.6 (down from last week’s 4.0).

‘Law & Order: SVU’ experienced a slight dip from last week, scoring a 2.7.

Source: TV Latest

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Modern Family: ‘Up All Night’ Preview

December 28, 2009 by · Leave a Comment
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Modern Family returns on January 6 with a brand-new episode called “Up All Night.”
The comedy opens 2010 with guest star Benjamin Bratt of Law & Order fame, who plays Manny’s father Javier Delgado. After he arrives in town, Manny begins to stay up all night, which causes his mother Gloria much grief when she realizes what’s going on.
Elsewhere, Claire is forced to get her husband Phil emergency treatment when a bout of kidney stones hits him, and Mitchell and Cameron have a difficult time training Lily to sleep.

Source: Comedy Centric

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Benjamin Bratt joins “Modern Family”

October 14, 2009 by · Leave a Comment
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What an interesting pick: Zap2it reports that the former “Law & Order” star Benjamin Bratt has signed on to guest-star in the ABC comedy, which was recently picked up for a full season. He’ll be playing the Gloria’s (Vergara) ex-husband. Bratt is coming off the A&E series “The Cleaner,” which was cancelled late last month after two seasons. His other recent credits include “Love in the Time of Cholera,” A&E’s “Andromeda Strain” miniseries and voice work on “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.”

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