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Modern Family's sixth season continues on ABC in the new year.
Previous Episode: 'Haley's 21st Birthday'.
ABC has announced the details for the December 10 episode of Modern Family, "Haley's 21st Birthday".
Haley’s 21st Birthday – Haley is turning twenty-one and the whole family is taking her to a bar to celebrate! Claire really wants Haley to start seeing her as a friend rather than her uptight mom, Mitch and Cam make the sad realization that they may not be as cool as they thought, and Phil and Jay’s quick pit stop to pick up Haley’s gift, a new car, becomes a disaster. Back at home, Alex, Luke and Manny babysit Lily and she decides to drop the ‘where do babies come from?’ bomb, on “Modern Family,” WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10 (9:00-9:31 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
ABC has put out the press release for the December 3 episode of Modern Family. Kristen Johnston (3rd Rock from the Sun) guest stars as Mitchell's co-worker Brenda. The Wonder Years' Fred Savage directed this episode.
Strangers in the Night – When Alex tells Phil and Claire she has a boyfriend, they worry they’ve put too much pressure on her and has made up an imaginary boyfriend. Jay and Gloria both have parties that they are dragging the other to and Jay has a clever plan to get himself out of it, but Manny just might spoil everything. Mitch and Cam just got a beautiful white couch delivered but when Mitch is stuck helping out Brenda, a distressed co-worker, and allows her to stay – it is a mishap waiting to happen, on “Modern Family,” WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3 (9:00-9:31 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
Yesterday's Modern Family was the night's top rated show in the 18-49 demographic and finished a strong third in viewers in its time period.
This week's episode, "Queer Eyes, Full Hearts", had an audience of 9.83m people, down slightly from the October 29 episode's 9.92m. Modern Family was third in viewers in the hour, behind Criminal Minds and Law & Order: SVU. Modern Family rose to first place in the 18-49 demo with a 3.2/9 rating, down three tenths from the previous episode.
ABC has issued the press release for this year's Thanksgiving episode of Modern Family. The episode, "Three Turkeys", will air Wednesday, November 19.
"Three Turkeys" - Phil is cooking Thanksgiving dinner this year with Luke as his sous chef, and Claire has no confidence in them and prepares a secret turkey of her own as backup. Meanwhile, Jay and Gloria had plans to spend the holiday away but when the trip gets canceled last minute, they decide not to tell anyone which quickly becomes the worst idea ever since the family dinner gets suddenly moved to their house and it turns into a mad scramble to cover their tracks. And, Mitch is tired of always being the bad cop so when Lily refuses to wear a nice dress to dinner he forces Cameron to deal with it who then comes up with a very unconventional approach.
Yesterday's Modern Family finished a strong second in the 18-49 demo and third in viewers, behind baseball on FOX and CBS's Criminal Minds.
This week's episode, "Halloween 3: AwesomeLand", had an audience of 9.92 million people, down from 10.16m last week. The show had a 3.5/10 rating in the adults 18-49 demographic, up a tenth on last week, to finish second behind the World Series on FOX. Modern Family was the night's second highest-rated show in the demo.
ABC has put out the press release for the November 12 episode of Modern Family. Michael Urie (Ugly Betty) guest stars and Adam DeVine reprises his role as Andy.
Queer Eyes, Full Hearts – Phil and Claire don’t know if they should be happy or concerned that Haley and Andy are spending a lot of time together, however, they soon find things are not what they appear. Gloria is pushing Manny to learn Spanish instead of French so she goes ahead and hires a Spanish tutor, Diego, who also happens to be very handsome, much to Manny and Jay’s chagrin. Meanwhile, Mitch and Cam meet a popular news reporter at a school function and one of them peaks her journalistic interest, on “Modern Family,” WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12 (9:00-9:31 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
More information on this episode can be found in our Episode Guide. Modern Family will be off on Wednesday, November 5 as ABC airs The 48th Annual CMA Awards.
Last night's episode of Modern Family finished second in viewers and tied for first place in the 18-49 demo up against the World Series on Fox.
"Won't You Be Our Neighbor", which featured guest stars Tyne Daly, Steve Zahn and Andrea Anders, had 10.16 million viewers, up from 9.71m the week before. The show achieved a 3.4/10 rating in the demo, flat on the previous episode. Modern Family was the second most-watched and joint highest-rated show for the night overall, behind the World Series.
Last night's Modern Family finished first in the key adults 18-49 demographic to rank as the night's highest-rated show in the demo.
This week's episode, "Marco Polo", had an audience of 9.71 million people, to rank second behind Criminal Minds in its time period. Modern Family was the second most-watched show overall on Wednesday. The show's audience was down by 0.92m from last week.
Modern Family rose to first place in the adults 18-49 demographic with a 3.4/10 rating, comfortably beating all shows in the time period and on Wednesday night as a whole. The show was down two tenths in the demo from last week's 3.6/11.
ABC has announced this year's Halloween episode of Modern Family will air Wednesday, October 29. Steve Zahn and Andrea Anders return as the Dunphy's neighbors in this episode.
Halloween 3: AwesomeLand – Even though Halloween is Claire’s holiday, she allows Phil to take over this year so instead of her usual fright-fest theme, he decides to turn the house into AwesomeLand! Gloria picks out Princess Fiona and Shrek costumes for her and Jay but Jay decides he wants to be Prince Charming complete with a full head of gorgeous hair, and with the hair comes a new sense of confidence. Elsewhere, Cameron gets overwhelmed by the day’s activities and Mitchell has closing arguments for a huge case, and it doesn’t help that the stenographer is dressed like a spider, on “Modern Family,” WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29 (9:00-9:31 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
This week's episode of Modern Family finished first in viewers and the key 18-49 demographic to rank as Wednesday's most-watched and highest-rated show.
"The Cold" was watched by 10.63 million people, up slightly from 10.56m last week, to finish first in viewers, ahead of CBS's Criminal Minds with 10.45m. Modern Family was even more dominant in the adults 18-49 demographic with a 3.6/11, giving it a 1.3 point lead Minds and a 1.1 lead on all other programming that night.
Modern Family ranked first in viewers and all key demographics in its time period and for the night overall.