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Modern Family Season 8 !!BETTER!!

The eighth season of Modern Family was ordered on March 3, 2016 by ABC. The season premiered on September 21, 2016. The season is produced by Steven Levitan Productions and Picador Productions in association with 20th Century Fox Television, with creators Steven Levitan and Christopher Lloyd as showrunners.[1] The season concluded on May 17, 2017.

Modern Family Season 8


Modern Family was renewed for an eighth season on March 3, 2016, with several other ABC shows.[1] Sofia Vergara shared a photo on Instagram of the cast doing a photo-shoot for the eighth season on July 26, 2016.[2] The table read for the season occurred the same day, with filming beginning shortly after.[3] The Hollywood Reporter announced on August 4, 2016, that Castle-alum Nathan Fillion had been cast in a recurring role of three episodes as the weatherman Rainer Shine.[4] It was also announced that Martin Short will appear in a guest role in the third episode of the season as a promotional maven.[5] A promotional poster was released on August 23, 2016.[6] On September 26, 2016, Variety reported that Modern Family would feature the first openly transgender child actor on network-television. The 8-year old actor Jackson Millarker appeared in the second episode of the season as Lily's playmate Tom.[7] "The Hollywood Reporter" reported on November 7, 2016 that Peyton Manning will guest star in the 12th episode of the season. "Manning will play Coach Gary, baby Joe's sports tutor, whom Gloria (Sofia Vergara) brings in to help teach Joe how to throw and catch. When Coach Gary also starts doing things around the house, Jay (Ed O'Neill) is left feeling a bit emasculated."[8] Kelsey Grammer guest-starred in a January 2017 episode of the series, portraying Cam's ex-boyfriend Keifth.[9] The Hollywood Reporter reported that NBA stars Charles Barkley and DeAndre Jordan will guest-star in a late January 2017 episode, playing themselves. The source stated "For their part in the show, Barkley and Jordan will be attending a charity basketball game that Phil (Ty Burrell) has been training all year for in an attempt to redeem himself after a disastrous turn at the previous year's game. When they both start getting a little too involved, Phil tries to not buckle under the pressure."[10]

Jay does not want to give the new family moving in across the street the wrong impression and goes out of his way to make sure they know he is the best kind of neighbor. He is convinced by Phil to invest in a property which forces them to work together. Jay relationship with Joe is developed.

Manny decides that the best way to an attractive and radical-thinking teenage girl's heart is through his actions. This season see him defeated in class president's elections and preparing for graduation.

To be fair, though, the actual premise of having five-minute stories about the different family members is commendable. To mix up the structure of the show is interesting, however, the stories had no overarching theme, nor are any of the vignettes of much importance.

Modern Family, which began streaming for the first time last year on Hulu and Peacock, utilizes the mockumentary sitcom style popularized in the 2000s by shows like The Office and Parks and Recreation. After running 11 seasons from 2009 to 2020, it recently ended its reign as one of the longest airing sitcoms.

Related: 7 Comedies That Should Be TV SitcomsFans have watched the extended Pritchett-Delgado-Dunphy-Tucker clan grow, both as the fictional family gains members and as the show's cast ages. Before all those changes, you might wonder: how old were the actors when they stepped into their roles? The show's producers took care in casting the family members, and on the whole, most of the actors' ages match their characters closely, but there are a few that may surprise you.

The family's patriarch is the often cranky and secretly sentimental Jay Pritchett. The show follows him and his new wife, Gloria, who brings with her a son from her previous marriage and Jay's two grown children, Claire and Mitchell, and their families.

In the fourth season opener, "Bringing Up Baby," Jay finds that Gloria is pregnant on his 65th birthday. When you run the numbers, Jay was 61 at the start of the series. Pritchett is played by Ed O'Neill, who rose to fame during his tenure on Married with Children. O'Neill was 63 when Modern Family began, making him only a tad older than his character.

Playing opposite O'Neill is Sofia Vergara, who received several nominations for her performance as Gloria Delgado-Pritchett. Gloria begins the series as an outsider, having recently married Jay, but soon grows to be an integral part of the family.

During the Season 4 episode, "New Year's Eve," Jay drags the family to a hotel he says he last visited in 1974, prompting Gloria's response that she was only two. Gloria was likely born sometime in 1972; in that case, Vergara was born the same year.

Manny Delgado, Gloria's child from her first marriage, serves as the family's consummate sophisticate. As his mother Gloria's partner in crime before her marriage to Jay, Manny is exceptionally mature for his age, and his sensibilities skew far older than his peers.

Bowenwas39 when the first season of Modern Family aired. In the show, her character was around the same age, likely born in 1970, the same year Bowen was born. It is mentioned that Claire is 14 months older than her stepmother, Gloria, which is only a few months less than the actual age difference between the actresses.

At 42, Ty Burrell joined the cast for the sitcom's first season as Phil Dunphy, who is the epitome of dorky, dedicated dads. Phil acts as the good cop to Claire's bad cop, always laid back to balance her intensity. After accidentally getting pregnant with Haley, the two married, but their love remains strong throughout the series.

Sarah Hyland had been acting for many years when she began her role as Haley on Modern Family at 19. Her character, however, was only 16 in the first season and later celebrated her 21st birthday in Season 6, making the age gap between her and her character one of the most significant in the series.

Ariel Winter plays high-achieving brainiac Alex Dunphy, who is three years younger than her older sister, Haley, and therefore thirteen at the show's start. In real life, Winter was only 11 when the first season aired and is eight years Hyland's junior, but the actresses excel at the type of squabbling that anyone who grew up with a sister close to their age remembers well.

Gould was 11 during the show's first season, the same age as his character. Luke and his step-uncle Manny are the same age throughout Modern Family, even graduating in the same high school class in Season 8. Gould is also only a few months younger than Rodriguez in real life.

When Modern Family premiered on ABC in 2009, it was an immediate hit. Few other sitcoms have been able to upstage it since then. Every aspect of the unique series captured the attention and hearts of audiences -- from the subtle, awkward humor, to the likable characters and family dynamic, to the important social issues it addressed. Not only was Modern Family loved among viewers, it was also lauded by critics and won countless awards across its 11-season run. That makes it interesting to see how all the Modern Family seasons fare when ranked together.

Presented in a mockumentary style, Modern Family followed the Pritchett, Dunphy and Tucker-Pritchett families in suburban Los Angeles through their everyday shenanigans. As the series went on, the families expanded with significant others, babies and pets joining the gang. Though the entire series was incredibly well done, there were some seasons that stood out in contrast to others.

Modern Family Season 9 followed the Pritchetts, Dunphys and Tucker-Pritchetts at a pivotal moment in their collective lives. The kids. save for Lily and Joe, were all adults. Claire was still working as partner to her CEO father in Closets Closets Closets. Baby of the family Joe was five years old, and Lily hit puberty while Cam and Mitchell struggled with how to parent her through it. But however important this chapter was for the family, Season 9 was the least memorable. The overall plot was not as interesting and the jokes weren't as humorous. Add in the fact that it wasn't nominated for any notable awards (save for a Creative Arts Emmy Award for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series), and Season 9 was forgettable at best.

In Modern Family Season 10, the Dunphys, Pritchetts and Tucker-Pritchetts underwent many coming-of-age milestones together. The season focused heavily on Haley, as she and Dylan were preparing to have twins. Stepping into parenthood is monumental, and thus, the rest of the family was affected as well -- especially Claire and Phil, who became grandparents. Notable episodes included "Good Grief" (in which the families dealt with the death of Mitch and Claire's mother Dede) and "SuperShowerBabyBowl" (when Jay tried to host his Super Bowl party simultaneously with Haley's baby shower). Sadly, Season 10 received few accolades compared to other seasons. It was nominated for one Emmy Award and a GLAAD Media Award, among a handful of others.

Season 11 wasn't a favorite, but it was still memorable. Modern Family's characters were in completely different stages of life than they were 10 years earlier. Haley was raising twins, Alex took a job in Switzerland and Manny and Luke were off to begin their lives as adults. Meanwhile, Claire was still killing it in the workforce. Jay and Gloria continued to be busy with Joe, while Cam and Mitch were raising preteen Lily and newborn baby Rex while making the move to Missouri. Season 11 received fair reviews from critics, with Rotten Tomatoes giving it a 79%, saying the season was a "touching tribute to the show and a fitting enough farewell to one of TVs favorite families." It received three Emmy nominations. 041b061a72


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