ABC has become the next in line to divulge their fall 2014 schedules in advance of the Upfront presentation this week, and while the list leaves off any major surprises, Marvel fans would do well to learn that new series 'Agent Carter' will indeed serve as a smaller series bridge between the first and second half of 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' season 2.
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While we're more concerned with ABC's renewal of Marvel's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' and an official series order for 'Agent Carter,' the network had plenty more to offer in advance of its Upfront presentation next week. Not only will such staples as 'Modern Family' and 'Scandal' return, but freshman comedy 'The Goldbergs' has officially earned an additional season, in addition to such pilots as 'Guardians of the Galaxy' star Karen Gillan's 'Selfie.'
On an all-new episode of 'Modern Family,' Alex finally caves under years of academic pressure and decides to see a therapist, while the parents all head to open house. While there, Gloria faces off with a mean mom (guest star Jane Krakowski) and Phil and Jay cut class for a little manly bonding. Meanwhile, Mitch butts heads with an environmentally-conscious neighbor (Jesse Eisenberg).
'Modern Family' returns from its winter hiatus with an all-new episode, but can they continue their winning streak? Mitch and Cam's wedding plans continue when the pair try to find a venue for their upcoming nuptials, while Jay and Gloria also get in the spirit as they make plans for baby Joe's birthday party. Meanwhile, Phil tricks Luke into taking a ballroom dance class and winds up in jail.
On tonight's new episode of 'Modern Family,' Gloria dumps her visiting mother on an unsuspecting Claire, while Jay takes Manny on the hunt for the perfect Christmas tree. Meanwhile, Phil attempts to put his elliptical machine from last Christmas to good use, Haley and Alex work for Santa at the mall, and Cam and Mitch prepare for Pepper's party while trying to fix a last-minute Christmas present mix-up. If that sounds like a lot of plot, it is, and while it doesn't entirely work, there's some pretty sweet stuff in this special Christmas episode.
'Modern Family' returns from its break tonight with an all-new episode -- in "The Big Game," Cameron stresses over coaching the final football game of the season, even though the opposing team is at a disadvantage. Meanwhile, Phil is racing the clock to sell a house before the the end of the month, and Claire struggles to define her place at work as more than the boss' daughter. After a brief hiatus, has 'Modern Family' recovered from its previous rut? Read on for our review!
It's a week of firsts on an all-new 'Modern Family' when Jay takes Claire to ClosetCon (the premiere closet industry convention) for the very first time for a little networking, while Cam takes Mitch and Lily home to Missouri for their first farm visit. Meanwhile, Phil gains access to Jay's secret closet back at home, resulting in disaster. After last week's lackluster episode, is "ClosetCon '13" a return to form? Read on for our review!
'Modern Family' returns tonight with an all-new episode, in which the whole family heads to the school fair, but things aren't all fun and games. Everyone gets something to do this week, jamming just a little too much story into one half-hour, and not giving us nearly enough of special guest star Jordan Peele of Comedy Central's 'Key and Peele.'
ABC's monster Emmy-gobbler 'Modern Family' has never had difficulty reeling in celebrity guests, but its latest are equal parts welcome and surprising. 'Now You See Me' and 'The Social Network' star Jesse Eisenberg will drop by for an upcoming episode, along with '30 Rock' gem Jane Krakowski, and John Benjamin Hickey.
On tonight's all-new episode of 'Modern Family,' 'Pitch Perfect' star Adam Levine guests as Gloria's new male nanny -- but Jay and Manny are none too pleased about it. And Nathan Lane's Pepper returns to help Cam and Mitch plan their exciting upcoming wedding, but his ideas may be a little ... too exciting for the pair. Meanwhile, a visit from Phil's dad (a returning Fred Willard) is exacerbating Claire's stress. Read on for our review of "The Help"!