'The Old Man & The Tree' - Season 5, Episode 10
Jay takes Manny out to cut down their own Christmas tree, and Gloria is on edge with mom in town, but changes her tune when she sees her bonding with Claire. Elsewhere, Mitchell is forced to do last minute shopping when they didnít get Lily the right gift, and Cameron takes Lily to a charity event where they experience the true meaning of Christmas.
Air Date: December 11th at 9/8c on ABC.
Last Episode: 'The Big Game'.
Last night's Modern Family fell to a season low in the ratings, though it still ranked first in its time slot.
"The Big Game" had an audience of 9.42 million people, shedding 770,000 people from the previous episode. In the key 18-49 demo, the show had a 3.1/9 rating, down from 3.4/9 on November 20.
ABC has announced the details for a Christmas episode of Modern Family, set to air Wednesday, December 11. Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston directs this episode.
The Old Man & The Tree – Jay takes Manny out to cut down their own Christmas tree, and Gloria is on edge with mom in town, but changes her tune when she sees her bonding with Claire. Elsewhere, Mitchell is forced to do last minute shopping when they didn’t get Lily the right gift, and Cameron takes Lily to a charity event where they experience the true meaning of Christmas, on “Modern Family,” WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11 (9:00-9:31 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
ABC has released the story line for the December 4 episode of Modern Family.
The Big Game – With a big football game coming up and a record to break, Coach Cam is intensely focused and showing no mercy even when the opposing team is playing with an unexpected disadvantage. Elsewhere, Claire is determined to prove to the staff that she is more than just the boss’s daughter, and Phil tries to teach his kids a lesson about optimism, but the universe just isn’t cooperating, on “Modern Family,” WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4 (9:00-9:31 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
Modern Family's Eric Stonestreet was a guest on Conan last night. Check out clips of his interview below.
Last night's episode of Modern Family easily finished first in the key 18-49 demographic and ranked second in viewers in the ratings for its time slot.
"A Fair to Remember", the first original episode for two weeks, was watched by 10.75 million people. The show was up by 430,000 in viewers since its October 23 episode. Modern Family finished second in viewers, behind CBS's Criminal Minds.
In the important 18-49 demo, Modern Family rose to first place with a strong 3.8/11 rating. Compared to the last original episode, the show was down slightly in the demo from 3.9/11. Modern Family was the top performer in this demo in its time slot and the night as a whole.
ABC has announced the storyline for the November 20 episode of Modern Family. Fred Willard returns as Frank Dunphy, Phil's dad, and Celia Weston returns as Cam's mom, Barb, in this episode. Ann Guilbert (The Dick Van Dyke Show) appears as "Grams".
ClosetCon ‘13 – With some urging from Claire, Jay begrudgingly agrees to return to ClosetCon this year, and things get interesting when Jay is reunited with some old colleagues. Cam takes Mitch and Lily to the Tucker family farm for the first time and is excited to fold them into country life, that is until Grams pays an unexpected visit. And back at home, Phil, Gloria and the kids get into some mischief involving Jay’s very delicate Apollo 13 spacecraft model, on “Modern Family,” WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20 (9:00-9:31 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
This episode was written by Ben Karlin and directed by The Wonder Years' Fred Savage.
Actress Sofia Vergara has been celebrating with cast and crew, as TV hit series Modern Family reaches its milestone 100th episode.
Sofia, who is managed by Untitled Entertainment has been nominated for more than 25 individual awards for her role as Gloria in Modern Family, including prestigious Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards, Golden Globes® and Emmys. This year she also shared a SAG Award for an ‘Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series’ with her Modern Family cast-mates.
ABC network’s critically acclaimed comedy, which premiered in 2009 to an audience of 12.6 million, has also collected an impressive set of awards. Modern Family has claimed 59 of some of the industry’s top honors, including; a Golden Globe® in 2012 for Best Television Series; six Writers Guild of America Awards in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014; three Screen Actors Guild awards in 2011, 2012 and 2013 and even Best Dog in a Television Series at the 2012 Golden Collar Awards.
Untitled Entertainment’s founding partner Jason Weinberg took out a full page advert in the Hollywood Reporter to congratulate his client, as well as the cast and crew of the show on the landmark episode.
Untitled’s client roster includes more than 700 performers, from Lea Michele and Penelope Cruz to Jared Leto and Tyra Banks, but right from its start Untitled has been looking after some of Hollywood’s biggest names, with Kirstie Alley, Debbie Harry and Courtney Love being early clients.
Jason Weinberg’s Untitled Entertainment merged with Stephanie Simon Management in 1998, forming what is today one of the most reputable management agencies in the US in the process. In the fifteen years that the company has been in existence, Jason, Stephanie, their colleagues, clients and employees have enjoyed success after success with many more lined up for 2014 which will be Untitled’s sweet 16th year. Learn more about Jason Weinberg's Untitled success at CelebrityCafe.com.
-via press release
ABC has announced the details for the November 13 episode of Modern Family. Adam DeVine (Pitch Perfect) reprises his role as Andy in this episode.
A Fair to Remember – The family attends the annual school fair and Phil has a big 20th wedding anniversary surprise planned for Claire at the fairgrounds, but unfortunately, she simultaneously has a surprise for him back at home. Gloria signs Jay up to be a fair cop for the day and it gets worse when he’s partnered up with his nemesis. Elsewhere, Mitch, Cam and Lily try to enjoy the fair but Cam is in a funk from the football team’s recent losing streak, and Haley has an awkward first encounter with Andy (guest star Adam DeVine), on “Modern Family,” WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13 (9:00-9:31 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
More information about this episode is available in our Episode Guide.
Yesterday's episode of Modern Family ranked a strong second in the key 18-49 demo in the ratings, third overall in the ratings for its time slot. An unusually strong Fox dominated the ratings with the World Series.
"The Help", which featured guest stars Nathan Lane, Fred Willard and Adam Devine, had an audience of 10.32 million people. The audience was down by 620,000 people from the previous week's episode. Modern Family ranked third, behind Fox's World Series and CBS's Criminal Minds, in total viewers.
In the key adults 18-49 demographic, Modern Family rose to a strong second-place finish with a 3.9/10 ratings. This was down two notches from 4.1/11 on October 16. Modern Family finished behind Fox's World Series.
Last night's episode of Modern Family finished a strong first place in the 18-49 demo and a solid second in viewers in the ratings for its time slot.
"The Late Show" had an audience of 10.94 million people, adding 300,000 people over last week's episode. Modern Family narrowly placed second in viewers, behind CBS's Criminal Minds with 11.06m viewers.
In the crucial adults 18-49 demographic, Modern Family rose to a strong first place with a 4.1/11 rating, up by 0.2 from last week's 3.9/11 rating. Modern Family was not only the top-rated show in the demo for its time slot, it was also the night's top-rated show in the demo.