The sixth season of Modern Family is coming soon to DVD. Enjoy all twenty-four episodes from the latest season all over again with new bonus features.
Release date: Tuesday, September 22
20th Century Fox has announced the upcoming release of the Modern Family: Season 6 DVD which is set to hit stores in the United States and Canada on Tuesday, September 22. The release will come a day before the seventh season premieres on ABC. As was the case with the fifth season, there will not be a Blu-ray release.
The honeymoon is over, but the laughs continue in Season Six of “Modern Family,” winner of five consecutive Emmy® Awards for Outstanding Comedy Series. As freshly hitched Cam and Mitch acclimate to the realities of wedded bliss, Phil and Claire find their marriage stressed by annoying neighbors, Thanksgiving dinner gone awry and Claire’s online snooping. Meanwhile, a spy-camera drone wreaks havoc in Jay and Gloria’s backyard and a close call on the highway leads to amusing changes in various members of the Pritchett-Dunphy clan. It all adds up to the funniest season yet of this brilliant and acclaimed comedy.
The three-disc box-set includes all twenty-four episodes from the 2014/15 season along with these bonus features: Awesome Halloween featurette, A Modern Thanksgiving featurette, Modern Connections: Making of an Episode featurette, A Day with Julie featurette, deleted scenes, and a gag reel.
In the United Kingdom and Ireland, fans won't have quite as long to wait with the box-set set for release on Monday, September 14. The DVD can now be pre-ordered from Amazon.co.uk.
Modern Family today received six nominations for the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards.
Modern Family was nominated in the Outstanding Comedy Series category for the sixth consecutive year. The show already has a five year winning streak and is level with Frasier for the number of years it's won this award. Another win would take it ahead of the hit '90s sitcom on which many Modern Family writers once worked. The other nominees are FX's Louie, NBC's Parks and Recreation, HBO's Silicon Valley, Amazon Instant Video's Transparent, and Netflix's Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and HBO's Veep.
Ty Burrell was nominated in the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series category for the sixth straight year. He won the award in 2011 and again last year. For the first time since the show began, there was only one Modern Family cast member nominated in the category. The other nominees are Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Andre Braugher, Girls' Adam Driver, Key & Peele's Keegan-Michael Key, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt's Tituss Burgess, and Veep's Tony Hale.
Julie Bowen was nominated for the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series award for the sixth consecutive year. She previously won the award in 2011 and 2012. Julie Bowen is the only Modern Family cast member nominated in this category for the first year since the show began. The other contenders for the award are Getting On's Niecy Nash, Mom's Allison Janney, Saturday Night Live's Kate McKinnon, The Big Bang Theory's Mayim Bialik, Transparent's Gaby Hoffmann, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt's Jane Krakowski, and Veep's Anna Chlumsky.
Elizabeth Banks also received a nomination in the Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series category for her appearance as Sal. Modern Family also racked up nominations for "Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (Half-Hour) And Animation" and "Outstanding Casting For A Comedy Series".
The 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony will air live on FOX on Sunday, September 20 at 8/7c and be hosted by Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Andy Samberg.
We are running an episode tournament to find the most popular episodes of Modern Family. The nominations round has now closed and the sixteen top episodes have progressed to the first knock-out round.
The most nominated episodes go head to head in the following eight pairs: Unplugged vs. Good Cop Bad Dog, Connection Lost vs. Snip, Patriot Games vs. My Hero, Family Portrait vs. Hit and Run, Halloween vs. Hawaii, Caught in the Act vs. Coal Digger, The Old Man & The Tree vs. Other People's Children, Australia vs. A Slight at the Opera.
We have just launched an episode tournament to find people's favorite episodes of Modern Family. The tournament begins with a nominations round where you can choose up to sixteen of your favorite episodes from the show.
After the nominations round closes, the episodes will then battle it out in three knock-out rounds before a winner is declared.
The nominations round is open for voting until Wednesday, July 15, when the first knock-out round will open.
ABC today unveiled the season premiere dates for its shows. Modern Family will return on Wednesday, September 23.
ABC's Wednesday night comedy line-up is unchanged from last season with The Middle at 8, The Goldbergs at 8:30, Modern Family at 9, and black-ish at 9:30.
Modern Family was renewed for a seventh season today by ABC, who renewed another five of their sitcoms.
ABC's other renewed sitcoms are Wednesday night's The Middle, The Goldbergs and black-ish, Tuesday night sitcom Fresh Off the Boat and musical comedy Galavant.
ABC has issued the press release for the sixth season finale of Modern Family, "American Skyper", which airs Wednesday, May 20. Horatio Sanz (Saturday Night Live) guest stars, while Adam DeVine reprises his role as Andy.
“American Skyper” – The whole family is at Jay & Gloria’s for Alex’s graduation party, except for Phil, who ingeniously figured out a way to be there via skype and a robotic vessel after being unexpectedly detained in Seattle on a business trip. During the celebration, Jay frets about Gloria’s cousin who has overstayed his welcome, Claire stresses out about giving Alex the perfect gift, Mitch hides news of being laid off from Cam and Andy’s girlfriend, Beth, is in town stirring up a whole lot tension with Haley which finally leads to a realization that may have come too late, on the season finale of “Modern Family,” WEDNESDAY, MAY 20 (9:00-9:31 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
ABC has not yet formally renewed Modern Family for a seventh season, though the network is widely expected to do so. ABC will unveil its fall programming at its Upfront next Tuesday, May 12.
ABC has put out the press release for the penultimate episode of Modern Family's sixth season, "Crying Out Loud", which airs Wednesday, May 13.
Crying Out Loud – The family is determined to make Alex celebrate her senior ditch day and Phil, Luke and Haley forcefully take her out but end up at an unexpected detour. Claire is torn when she gets a job offer from a big hotel chain but feeling torn quickly gets replaced with feelings of confusion when she can’t tell whether or not Jay really cares if she stays or goes. And with Manny groggy off of pain killers from his wisdom teeth procedure, Gloria seizes the moment to put a sabotage plan into effect to break Manny and his new girlfriend up, on “Modern Family,” WEDNESDAY, MAY 13 (9:00-9:31 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
ABC has not yet revealed whether Modern Family is renewed for a seventh season, though as ABC's highest-rated sitcom it is most likely. The network announces its fall schedule on Tuesday, May 12 at its Upfront presentation in New York.
ABC has announced the May 6 episode of Modern Family, "Patriot Games". Benjamin Bratt reprises his role as Manny's father, Javier, while Andy Daly returns as Principal Brown.
"Patriot Games" - Alex's worst nightmare is realized when she gets news that she has to share the Valedictorian title with her number one competitor, Sunjay! Both sets of parents get equally caught up in the rivalry and convince Principal Brown to let them break the tie via a gym grade they both have not completed - a one mile run. Elsewhere, Gloria is studying for her upcoming U.S. citizenship test and a visit from Javier throws her off her game, and Mitch and Cam blindly agree to join a protest against a local restaurant that they are actually secretly excited about, on "Modern Family," WEDNESDAY, MAY 6 (9:00-9:31 P.M., ET/PT) on the ABC Television Network.
ABC has announced the season finale dates for its shows, including Modern Family. Modern Family's sixth season will wrap up with the twenty-fourth episode of the season on Wednesday, May 20.
Modern Family – SEASON FINALE -- “American Skyper” – The whole family is at Jay & Gloria’s for Alex’s graduation party, except for Phil who ingeniously figured out a way to be there via skype and a robotic vessel after being unexpectedly detained in Seattle on a business trip. During the celebration, Jay frets about Gloria’s cousin who has overstayed his welcome; Claire stresses out about giving Alex the perfect gift; Mitch hides news of being laid off from Cam, and Andy’s girlfriend Beth is in town stirring up a whole lot tension with Haley which finally leads to a realization that may have come too late, on the season finale of “Modern Family,” WEDNESDAY, MAY 20 (9:00-9:31 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
ABC has not yet renewed Modern Family, its #1 sitcom, for a seventh season. The network will unveil its programming slate for next season at its UpFront presentation on Tuesday, May 12. In recent years, ABC has shied away from the early renewals which are common at other networks.