'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"!
This week's all-new episode of 'Modern Family' is a serious improvement, even over last week's episode -- which was a step-up from the week before. "The Late Show" tackles that all-too familiar scenario: getting ready to go somewhere exciting, which always cranks up the tension and brings out the worst in people, when everyone just wants the evening to be perfect.
Sensitivity is the keyword for tonight's all-new episode of 'Modern Family.' In "Farm Strong," Cam's sister Pam comes to visit, and Cam and Mitch are scared to share their good news, while Jay keeps needling Gloria about getting new glasses, and Phil and Claire trying to skip Luke's soccer game causes more trouble than it's worth.
On tonight's all-new episode of 'Modern Family,' Phil gets a bit carried away with his single mother clients, while Gloria worries that baby Joe is cursed, Luke has his friends over for a poker game, and Cam and Mitch have to halt their wedding planning to put on a funeral for their cat's imaginary wife. "Larry's Wife" is one seriously busy half hour.
Seeing as we've undoubtedly entered some sort of spinoff apocalypse within the last few months, ABC's most-acclaimed Emmy-gobbler 'Modern Family' may be next in line to give birth. Sources report that occasional guest star (and recent 'Dumb and Dumber 2' addition) Rob Riggle has been eyed for a 'Modern Family' spinoff based on his fast-talking real estate character Gil Thorpe. Should it happen, who from cast and creative would join?
Surprise, no one! 'Modern Family,' a show that has been nominated 57 times since it's debut and won Outstanding Comedy Series the last three years, once again won the Outstanding Comedy Series at the 2013 Emmy Awards.
'Workaholics' star and co-creator Adam Devine has been popping up in mainstream comedy more and more, from recent turns in both season 4 of 'Arrested Development' and 'Community,' as well as on the big screen in 'Pitch Perfect.' Now, the Comedy Central star will take what could be his biggest network gig yet in the upcoming fifth season of ABC Emmy-hoarder 'Modern Family.'
ABC has finally released their full fall premiere schedule for the 2013-2014 season, admittedly the last of the bunch, and right before the beautiful agony and madness of Comic-Con 2013. The eagerly awaited Joss Whedon pilot, Marvel's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,' will premiere on Tuesday, Sep. 24, while 'Modern Family' and 'Grey's Anatomy' have been given super-sized debuts.