Americans rejoiced last week when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of legalizing same-sex marriage across the country. But while Hollywood elite took to Twitter and Instagram to express their excitement on the historic day, pop culture has actually been exploring marriage equality for decades.
This post contains details from the Modern Family season 6 finale, which aired Wednesday, May 20.
For six seasons, the ever-popular Modern Family has remained a fan favorite by staying true to its familiar formula: misunderstandings that are lovingly resolved and really witty one-liners. Yes, some of the one-liners can occasionally feel easy or too similar (Gloria doesn’t understand the word in English!), but the majority of them are subtle and delivered so expertly that you truly do laugh out loud throughout each episode (at least I do!).
Graduation Day has finally arrived for Alex (Ariel Winter), which means it’s time for the whole family to gather and celebrate the smart one in the season finale of Modern Family. Alas, Phil (Ty Burrell) wil have to play proud papa from afar, as he’s stuck in Seattle. But don’t worry—he has come up with an inventive-though-not-entirely-foolproof solution, thanks to the miracle of video chat technology. Click on the video below for an exclusive peek at the scene.
Modern Family broke the mold on Wednesday with an entire episode that took place on Claire’s (Julie Bowen) computer, offering fans an unadulterated look at the Dunphy and Pritchett clans. How did the episode come together?
Valentine’s Day may turn violent on Modern Family.
When Gloria’s sister returns, Jay becomes suspicious that Sonia (returning guest star Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Stephanie Beatriz) is trying to make a move on him—and he couldn’t be more right. See how far Sonia will go to win his affections in the sneak peek below:
You’re the Worst’s Aya Cash has landed a guest-starring role on Modern Family, EW has learned.
The actress, whose credits also include Wolf of Wall Street and The Newsroom, will appear in the Feb. 4 episode as Vanessa, a college interviewer who meets with Alex (Ariel Winter).
Modern Family will once again feature two familiar spices: Sal and Pepper.
Elizabeth Banks and Nathan Lane are slated to return to the ABC family comedy, EW has learned. In the episode, which is slated to air next month, Cam (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitch (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) set out to throw a belated baby shower for wild-child-turned-mom Sal (Banks) with the help of master party planner Pepper (Lane).
Thanksgiving weekend is a marathon of excess—excessive eating, excessive amounts of awkward family members, and excessive amounts of your favorite movies and television shows.
While streaming services have made it easier than ever to create your own marathons of beloved films and shows, plenty of TV networks are continuing the long tradition of programming long stretches of classic TV shows and film franchises throughout the Thanksgiving weekend.
“What could be more natural than your mother’s tongue in your ear?”
We’ll just leave that line from this week’s Modern Family there for you to contemplate before actually giving you context.
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