Executive producer Steven Levitan tells TV Guide the new season will open with “everybody learning about Gloria’s pregnancy.” And it’s a safe bet that Claire and Mitchell will be none too pleased to find out they’ll be getting a new brother or sister.
Bonus from this week’s Modern Family episode – an Modern Family Extended Scene
- Modern Family ‘Disneyland’ Review: “HILARIOUS! But For the Record, As a Pet, Lily’s Way Smarter than Her Dads” (muhsadam.wordpress.com)
tonight we have extended clip titled, “I’d Rather Not” from last week’s episode.
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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)
The Modern Family star was great on SNL.
In “Hunger Games,” Vergara took on TV reporter Maria Gutierrez (who looked a bit similar to Hunger Games character Effie Trinket), who reported live from “The 74th annual Hunger Games” and found and interviewed Hunger Games contestants who were either scared to death or near death.
She also managed to find Katniss Everdeen, who was particularly annoyed when the reporter asked her about her love life and ended up giving her a handful of deadly berries…which Gutierrez ate.
“Okay…I’m dying now,” Vergara said in her live report after consuming the berries.
Read more: eonline.com
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“We stopped shooting a few weeks ago, so I haven’t been around any of that stuff,” he tells E!. “I honestly haven’t even talked to anyone, this is all, like, hearsay. This is all, like, things that are spinning. I know nothing about it.”
What does he know? The people that are representing the cast of Modern Family are on the case. “We all have really good lawyers who are hopefully doing a great job,” he says.
“It’s going to be a long process, but we’re confident it will work out.”
So says an ABC insider of the negotiations currently under way with the cast of Modern Family, who have banded together to ask for a hefty season-four raise. So how much do they want? Is this famous Family asking for Friends-type money?
Nope! While the Friends cast famously got $1 million per episode for their final season, the Modern Family stars are asking for something in the neighborhood of $200,000 per episode, our sources confirm.
- Modern Family Stars to ABC: Show Me The Money! (ronireports.com)
Wednesday’s dominant #1 scripted show in Adults 18-49, ABC’s Modern Family beat out Idol for the 2nd week in a row with Men 18-34 to stand as the night’s #1 show in the hard-to-reach male demo.
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Following their trips to Hawaii and a dude ranch,Modern Family‘s next family outing will take the whole Pritchett/Dunphy/Delgado/Tucker gang to the happiest place on Earth - Disneyland.
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After the holidays, you’re probably sick of your family. Now it’s time to spend a little extended time with ours. Watch extended scenes of Modern Family only on ABC.com. For the full family experience, visit the Modern Family Memory Book which features never before seen videos, photos and scrapbook type content for fans to get a glimpse of life with the families outside of what is seen on-air.