Binge-Worthy | MODERN FAMILY: The Complete Series Available Now on Digital & Season 11 on DVD June 9

 

Is anyone else heart broken that Modern Family is over.  I can not believe that I will never see another new season.  From an python in Phil’s pants to Cam as Fizbo the clown this show keep me entertained from the very start.

Modern family will truly be misses in my house.  We have never missed an episode.  Now at least we will be able to own the whole series and watch them all grow up again.   I loved the series finally and want to thank the whole production crew and cast for such a great show for so many years.  You all brought a huge smile to our family every week.

Hot on the heels of the long-awaited series finale, experience the funniest and most heartwarming moments all over again with MODERN FAMILY: THE COMPLETE SERIES now available on Digital, and own MODERN FAMILY SEASON 11 on DVD June 9.

MODERN FAMILY: THE COMPLETE SERIES

Welcome to one of TV’s most acclaimed comedy series ever – about the diverse, complex, and sometimes nutty Pritchett-Dunphy-Tucker clan. The family is headed by Jay Pritchett (Ed O’Neill), who is now married to his second wife, the young, gorgeous Gloria (Sofia Vergara), assumed by some to be his daughter. In their loving care is Gloria’s daydreaming son Manny (Rico Rodriguez). Jay’s driven daughter Claire (Julie Bowen) and her real estate agent husband Phil Dunphy (Ty Burrell) want an open, healthy relationship with their three kids, which isn’t always easy. Their oldest daughter Haley (Sarah Hyland) grows up a little too fast. She moves out, and then moves back in again…with her fiancé and their twin babies. Middle child Alex (Ariel Winter) is a too-smart-for-her-own-good daughter, and the youngest, Luke (Nolan Gould), is a rambunctious son. Where Phil wants to be the “cool dad,” Claire is determined to keep her kids from walking in the wayward footsteps of her younger days. Jay’s very serious son Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and his gregarious husband Cameron (Eric Stonestreet) become doting parents to Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons), the sweet Vietnamese girl they adopt. Though life isn’t always tidy, politically correct or predictable, it’s always loving, heartwarming and hilarious for this blended, extended — and truly modern — family.

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