According to EW Elizabeth Banks will reprise her season one character as Mitch & Cam’s
best girlfriend on Modern Family this season!
Bonus from this week’s Modern Family episode – an Modern Family Extended Scene
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It is said that one should never forget where they came from. Jesse Tyler Ferguson, a star on the hit ABC sitcom Modern Family, will show the world that he hasn’t when he taps into his past experiences as a struggling actor on the online sitcom Submissions Only.
Each episode of the series begins with an audition. In Ferguson’s episode he will be seen singing an original song and humiliating himself in the process, the AP reports.
- Jesse Tyler Ferguson to appear in theater sitcom (pbpulse.com)
“Modern Family” star Vergara dropped in on “Sesame Street” on Tuesday morning to teach Elmo a little Spanish — and perhaps to fill him with unfamiliar but not entirely unpleasant sensations.
Source: The Wrap
- Juanes & Sofia Vergara On Sesame Street! (huffingtonpost.com)
Modern Family Finale Chat Party With Philo, 6.25.11, 9/8c
Modern-Family-tv.com has teamed up with PHILO to have a chat party for the Modern Family TV show finale on Wed, 6.25.11 at 9/8c. We are giving away the complete Modern Family Season 2 DVD set for the best comment (on PHILO) regarding the final episode. PHILO gives you the ability to earn points, awards and prizes for being the number one fan of your favorite TV shows. Come have fun and chat with us while you watch the show at home.
How To Chat
1. Click this link to go to the show page http://phi.tv/ihY52f (You have to sign up to PHILO if you are not a member)
2.Click the big Yellow check-in button on the side of the page to enter the chat.
(The Check-in button looks like this)
3. Chat away and have fun. Say something witty or funny (while on the chat) regarding the episode and you have a chance to win the prize.
The year is coming to an end – it’s time to vote for the best TV shows and characters of the year in TV.com’s Best of 2010, and Modern Family has been nominated for Best Comedy!
Vote for Modern Family on www.tv.com/bestof2010
- Modern Family’s Rico Rodriguez: The smoothest kid on television (popwatch.ew.com)
Norman Lloyd has signed up to guest star in Modern Family.
TV Guide reports that the 95-year-old actor, who starred in St. Elsewhere, will join the comedy for one episode.
Cameron (Eric Stonestreet) is said to meet Lloyd’s character in a shopping mall and become friends with him.
Source: Digital Spy
Steve Levitan, the co-creator of the Emmy- winning comedy series “Modern Family,” didn’t have to look far to find the home of the show’s Brentwood patriarch, above.
“It actually is the house down the street from where I live,” Levitan says. “I would drive past it every day, and it looked like the modern house that so many rich, divorced older guys seem to end up in.”
How did the crew create the looks, and where does all the decor come from? You can get the full story on the houses in “Modern Family” here. LA Times also got photos galore on “Modern Family” and two other family-themed shows in their 21-picture gallery.
There’s nothing quite like laughing your way to a career milestone at the ripe old age of 30.
She’s the first woman to win the category, which was created in 2003.
Case says working on the popular show — which many in the industry have credited with reviving the sitcom genre — “might be even more fun” than actually watching it.
“I laugh all day,” Case, a 1998 E.C. Glass High School grad, said in a recent phone interview. “If you walk by my (editing) bay, you’d think I was crazy because I’m in this basement … and all you hear is me laughing out loud all the time.
Read the full story on News Advance
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