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.
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.
Whoopi Goldberg is headed to “The Middle.” Goldberg will be sharing her point of view as Sue’s (Eden Sher) guidance counselor, series executive producer Eileen Heisler shared during the ABC comedy showrunners panel at TCA on Tuesday.
“Modern Family” co-creator Steven Levitan challenged right wingers who may not like his show because its depiction of a gay couple to watch. He thinks they’ll like what they see in Cam and Mitch.
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 […]
The 2010 Emmy Awards, hosted by Jimmy Fallon, are over now, and here are all the winners. Mad Men and Modern Family took the top honors for Outstanding Drama and Comedy, respectively, and the latter scored two other Emmys, including the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy for Eric Stonestreet. Glee only took home two […]
On Monday night much of the ‘Modern Family‘ writing staff gathered for a panel sponsored by the Writers Guild of America and the Paley Center in Los Angeles. With the show’s 14 Emmy nominations, including one for writing the pilot, they were in a great mood. On the red carpet, they managed to reveal a […]