The six adult stars of “Modern Family” are gearing up for contract negotiations that might get them $200,000 per episode, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Last night’s episode of “Modern Family” was the funniest of the season, filled with fantastic one-off jokes, visual puns, and lots and lots of funny hits of truth. But the funniest moment was a “Monkees” joke, airing the same day Davy Jones passed away.
Last night on “The Daily Show,” Wyatt Cenac interviewed a PETA representative about a lawsuit the organization filed against Sea World for “enslaving” the killer whales they use in their shows.
The folks at “Conan” wanted to latch onto the craze started by the “Puppy Bowl” so they decided to create a puppy-fied version of their show, called “Puppy Conan”. Boy, was it adorable.
Celebrity tweets: They’re not just for hawking products or tossing off “I love you, too” missives to fans. Britney Spears is using her Twiter account to try to land a part on “Modern Family.”
The cast of “Modern Family” took home a SAG Award in the Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series on Sunday night, beating out a field that also saw the casts of “30 Rock,” “Glee,” “The Office” and others up for a trophy.
Before last night’s episode of “Modern Family,” featuring a story where Cam (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitch’s (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) kid (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons) learns that new word, a group of BYU students in something called the No Cussing Club called for the episode to be pulled.
The Golden Globe nominations were announced this morning and, at least on the TV side of the ledger, the list of nominees are a bit… odd. Yes, we know this is the Golden Globes, which is more of a movie award than a TV award. And, yes, we know that the Globes are taken even […]
“Modern Family” hasn’t exactly had a stellar history when it comes to the obnoxious-but-necessary practice of product placement. But in last night’s episode, the product placement was so obvious and clunky, that it actually took away from our enjoyment of the holiday-themed episode. In the episode, Claire (Julie Bowen) and Haley (Sarah Hyland) shop for […]
Thanks to the megahit, Tony-sweeping musical “The Book of Mormon,” 2011 has been a pretty good year for Josh Gad. He was an up-and-coming name in the world of TV comedy before that, with a co-starring role on the FOX sitcom “Back to You” and a correspondent gig on “The Daily Show” on his resume […]