Emmy darling Modern Family topped the TV nominees for the 18th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, which were unveiled Wednesday morning.
The ABC comedy collected five nominations for best comedy ensemble, acting mentions for Ty Burrell, Eric Stonestreet, Julie Bowen and Sofia Vergara. The series from Christopher Lloyd and Steve Levitan had a pair of acting noms in both categories for the second year running, with Burrell subbing for co-star Ed O’Neill and Bowen breaking into the mix this year.
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- ‘Modern Family,’ ‘The Help’ lead SAG nominations (abclocal.go.com)
- The Help, Modern Family lead Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations (arts.nationalpost.com)
Former K-Stater and Modern Family actor Eric Stonestreet is visiting his old stomping grounds. Stonestreet, who had a week off from filming his Emmy award winning show, spent time talking to K-State students about pursuing their dreams.
He says “I don’t mean to look all Hollywood, this is as Hollywood as I get.” Though he is now a big name in Hollywood, he is not letting fame get to his head, and says the “Little Apple” is where it all began for him .
“This is where I figured out what I wanted to do with my life, pursue my dream of acting. I met my best friends here that are still my best friends and people that I talk to all the time and I had a great time here. There is no place I look that I had awful memories.”
And the winner is Ceevon. Ceevon’s favorite Modern Family character is Gloria!
Congrats to Ceevon, and don’t forget that you can buy the Modern Family Game here .
Brothers & Sisters alum Gilles Marini will be hanging with some members of ABC’s Modern Family, TVLine has learned exclusively, in a storyline that is sure to befuddle Cameron and Mitchell.
In a Season 3 episode, Marini will guest star as Julian, a friend of a friend of Cameron and Mitchell’s whom they both assume is gay. That assumption, however, proves to be erroneous when the boys invite Claire (Emmy winner Julie Bowen) on a rare “fun night out” and end up leaving her with Julian –- and in short order it becomes clear that this fella is very, very straight.
PopSugarTV has an awesome new video of Nolan Gould talking about Modern Family’s season premiere at PopSugar.
Modern Family opened the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards with two big wins in the Best Supporting Actor and Actress for a Comedy categories. Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell, who are husband and wife on-screen, were the winners.
Source: TV Latest
PopSugarTV will be broadcasting LIVE from the Emmy Awards red carpet this Sunday, September 18th at 3:00 p.m. PT / 6:00 p.m. ET.
As you know, Modern Family, Ed O’Neill, Eric Stonestreet, Jesse Tyler, Ty Burrell, Julie Bowen, and Sofia Vergara are ALL nominated this year!
When the event starts, you will see a live feed of PopSugar at the Emmys as it happens.
Good luck to all the cast of Modern Family and come back to check the show.
Poor Ed O’Neill has endured a long streak of snubs before journeying to the Emmys, but now it looks like it could pay off Sunday with the ultimate Hollywood happy ending: an Emmy win.
According to predictions at GoldDerby, O’Neill is in second place to take home the award for comedy supporting actor. Experts, editors and users have “Modern Family” costar Ty Burrell out in first place, with Chris Colfer (“Glee”) in third, last year’s winner Eric Stonestreet (“Modern Family”) in fourth, Jesse Tyler Ferguson (“Modern Family”) in fifth and Jon Cryer (“Two and a Half Men”) in last place.
Source: LA TIMES
“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)
Can’t wait for the Modern Family to come back to your living room? well the families will be back on Wed., September 21 9-10PM with a special one-hour premiere.
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