Modern Family (season 10)

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Modern Family
Season 10
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Starring
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes22
Release
Original networkABC
Original releaseSeptember 26, 2018 (2018-09-26) –
May 8, 2019 (2019-05-08)
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List of Modern Family episodes

The tenth season of Modern Family debuted on September 26, 2018 on ABC.[1] The show is scheduled on Wednesday nights and is produced by 20th Century Fox Television, Steven Levitan Productions, and Picador Productions, with creators Steven Levitan and Christopher Lloyd as showrunners. Modern Family was renewed for its tenth season in May 2017.[2] The season concluded on May 8, 2019 and contained 22 episodes.

In January 2018, creators Levitan and Lloyd stated that the tenth season would most likely be the series' final[3] although later in August 2018, it was reported that ABC were in discussions to renew the series for a potential 18-episode eleventh and final season.[4][5] The series was renewed for an eleventh and final season on February 5, 2019.[6]

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Recurring[edit]

Guest[edit]

  • Dan Levy as Jonah
  • Ben Schwartz as Nick
  • Hillary Anne Matthews as Sherry Shaker
  • Jimmy Tatro as Bill
  • Shelley Long as Dede Pritchett (voiceover only)
  • Fred Willard as Frank Dunphy
  • Mira Sorvino as Nicole Rosemary Page
  • Andrew Daly as Principal Brown
  • Rob Riggle as Gil Thorpe
  • Ed Begley, Jr. as Jerry
  • Steve Monroe as Santa
  • Gerald Downey as Jim
  • Dana Powell as Pam Tucker
  • Rachel Bay Jones as Farrah Marshall
  • Sedona Fuller as Betty
  • London Fuller as Janice
  • Avery Tiu Essex as Young Claire
  • Philip Anthony Rodriguez as Tim
  • Tessa Auberjonois as Nancy
  • Nathan Lane as Pepper Saltzman
  • Christian Barillas as Ronaldo
  • Patty Guggenheim as Danielle
  • Lindsay Mendez as Bel Air Black Widow/The Monrovia Mangler
  • Kylen Deporter as Alexei
  • Desi Dennis Dylan as Foreperson
  • Kamryn Kunody as Christina
  • Eric Tiede as Desmond
  • Scott Deckart as Evan
  • Abby Roberge as Ben
  • Christine Garver as Anna
  • Josh Brener as Carl
  • Bill Parks as Park Ranger
  • Charles Janasz as Sir Kenneth
  • Greta Jung as Mia
  • Shanon-Ann Minkley as Mindy
  • Frankie A. Rodriguez as Eduardo
  • Joshua Hoover as Wayne
  • Anne Stedman as Allison #1
  • Antonia Jones as Allison #2
  • Elizabeth Sandy as Janine
  • Jack DePew as Chip
  • Briga Heelan as Linda
  • Dominic Burgess as Nate
  • Greg Pitts as Rusty
  • Kimberly Jürgen as Donna
  • Patrick Cavanaugh as MC
  • Mel Powell as Cam and Mitchell's friend
  • Morry Schorr as Club Member
  • Lucas Steagall as Binker
  • James III as Waiter
  • Charles Shaughnessy as Dr. Sieglitz
  • Jackie Joseph as Marion
  • Amy Pietz as Janice
  • Casey Burke as Tina
  • Ramiz Monsef as Doctor
  • Greg Rikkart as Dr. William
  • Eden Rose as Annabelle
  • Jack Axelrod as Bert
  • Thomas Lennon as Orson Funt
  • Virginia Williams as Ashley Walls-Carnegie
  • Landon Klotz as Pitkowski
  • Jay Pichardo as Groundskeeper
  • Jay Mandyam as Chug
  • Tom Everett as Dean
  • Kendall Foote as Auctioneer
  • Tyler Cook as Ashley's Husband
  • Matthew Wrather as Sensei Ron
  • Mina Joo as Store Worker
  • Joshua Tyler Kelly as Gerald
  • Jay Mandyam as Chug
  • Matt Roth as Skip Woosnum
  • Chazz Palmenteri as Shorty
  • Matthew Risch as Jotham
  • Malakai Carey as Robert
  • Ghadir Mounib as Server
  • Jeffrey Richman as Vincent
  • Kit McDonough as Piano teacher
  • Demi Harman as Tattoo girl

Episodes[edit]

Modern Family (season 10) episodes
No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
2111"I Love a Parade"James BagdonasPaul Corrigan & Brad WalshSeptember 26, 2018 (2018-09-26)AARG015.40[9]
The family gets together for the annual Fourth of July parade where Jay acts as the grand marshal. Haley's farewell to Arvin doesn't go as well as expected and she is distracted by the return of an old flame namely Dylan. Phil and Luke want to compete in a hot dog contest which they do and win, while Claire is trained by Alex in cocooning. Also, Mitch and Cam want to show that they can raise Cal by trying to make a video to send to Pam who is in prison, showing Cal doing something new like catching a ball or knowing addition.
2122"Kiss and Tell"Steven LevitanAbraham Higginbotham & Jon PollackOctober 3, 2018 (2018-10-03)AARG025.39[10]
The family gets together at Jay's house but nobody knows what the occasion is. Phil plans to flip the script on Jay Mean Girls-style after watching the movie with Alex, but Jay learns about his trick and does the same to him. In the end, Phil gets to Jay by acting like a man and starts to grill. Manny returns from his road trip and tells them he has a Canadian girlfriend, but nobody really believes him because he doesn't have any picture of her. After talking to Mitch and Cam, Gloria thinks Manny is gay and tries to make him come out. However, it turns out Manny is really straight and his girlfriend is real. Haley feels conflicted about kissing Dylan, and looks for advice, but her uncles (and later, her parents) give her conflicting opinions.
2133"A Sketchy Area"Jeffrey WalkerElaine KoOctober 10, 2018 (2018-10-10)AARG035.10[11]
Phil is given the opportunity to teach in Luke's college, but Luke is against it. Phil tries an emotional approach to convince Luke but the latter sticks to his mind. In the end, after Luke makes the rugby team, he has a change of heart and agrees to let his dad teach in the same college. Also, Claire and Jay clash with one another regarding their partnership with EZRA Visions. Also, Cam wants justice and helps Mitch against a sketch court artist, while Gloria and Alex have a discussion about Joe's first day at school.
2144"Torn Between Two Lovers"Beth McCarthy-MillerJeffrey Richman & Danny ZukerOctober 17, 2018 (2018-10-17)AARG045.03[12]
Haley can't seem to choose between her past and present relationships. Manny returns to college and dorm life while his girlfriend, Sherry, continues to stay at Jay and Gloria's, and might be overstaying her welcome. Jay is bothered by that and go tell Gloria but the latter is pretending to be okay with it so as not to be the bad guy. Mitch and Cam are invited to dinner by one of Mitch's co-workers, Trent, who's leading a very high profile case Mitch wants in. It seems a good match, since Trent is also gay, married and with two children, but things don't go as Mitch expects. Trent's two children turns out to be dogs. While the adults are in the kitchen, Lilly and Cal break some stuff in the living room, some of which were rare exotic things. Eventually Mitch does not get the job.
2155"Good Grief"Beth McCarthy-MillerVali Chandrasekaran & Stephen LloydOctober 24, 2018 (2018-10-24)AARG065.27[13]
During Halloween, Jay, Mitchell, and Claire each receive a call, being informed that Jay's ex-wife & Mitchell & Claire's mother, DeDe, has died in her sleep while on a trip with her women's group; the family must deal with the news of her passing.
2166"On the Same Paige"Ryan CaseRyan WallsOctober 31, 2018 (2018-10-31)AARG055.01[14]
Phil learns that his real estate class will be cancelled if one student, Paige, drops his class, he convinces her to stay but fears he may have misled her. Meanwhile, Jay may unknowingly be flirting with the mother of Joe's classmate and tries to set boundaries. Mitchell agrees to be more involved in Cameron’s activities.
2177"Did the Chicken Cross the Road?"Eric Dean SeatonBill WrubelNovember 7, 2018 (2018-11-07)AARG075.44[15]
Cameron blames Mitchell after he forgets the words to his favorite country song, and decides he needs to reconnect with his roots and gets a chicken. Meanwhile, when Alex is up for a government job that requires a family interview, it causes everyone to overcompensate and jeopardize her chances. Haley finds out she’s pregnant after an accident while on a date with Dylan. Luke helps his family with psychology classes and Jay and Gloria disagree over Joe's education.
2188"Kids These Days"James BagdonasJon Pollack & Danny ZukerNovember 28, 2018 (2018-11-28)AARG084.85[16]
Haley tries to handle her pregnancy but after receiving a promotion, she fears she may have to quit her dream job. Meanwhile, Alex goes sexy clothes shopping with Gloria instead of Claire. Cameron is accused of being insensitive from his football team. Mitch and Phil stop for food at a gay bar on their way to a Star Wars convention and discover Gil Thorpe's hidden secret.
2199"Putting Down Roots"Kat CoiroJack BurdittDecember 5, 2018 (2018-12-05)AARG104.87[17]
Dede's husband, Jerry, comes to town to bequeath her possessions to the family. Mitch receives a plant scattered with her ashes and Claire receives her old car. Jerry teaches Jay it's better to always agree with Gloria even if she’s wrong. Phil and Claire go for a drive but Phil learns a bit too much about Claire’s past sexual life. Haley fears for her pregnancy after she finds an old doll of hers and can’t take care of it; she tells Alex and Luke she is pregnant.
22010"Stuck in a Moment"Fred SavageElaine KoDecember 12, 2018 (2018-12-12)AARG095.69[18]
Gloria receives a gift from Colombia that causes a spider infestation and forces them to celebrate Christmas at Claire's. Phil borrows the Christmas tree for a house opening, which irritates Claire, who sees it and steals it back without him knowing. Mitch and Cam try to figure out what Cal wants for Christmas from the mall Santa, whom Mitch put on trial. Haley and Dylan try to tell Claire they’re having a baby but can’t find the right moment. Alex’s hair turns grey from the stress of hiding their secret. Eventually, they tell the whole family who are excited, except for Phil and Claire who are confused.
22111"A Moving Day"Iwona SapienzaPaul Corrigan & Brad WalshJanuary 9, 2019 (2019-01-09)AARG124.82[19]
Claire and Phil aren't convinced that Haley and Dylan can make it on their own as they move them into their new apartment before the baby arrives. Haley learns that she is actually having twins. Pameron gets out of prison early and has a bone to pick with Mitchell and Gloria makes Jay intervene when Manny’s girlfriend keeps telling him what to do.
22212"Blasts from the Past"Fred SavageVali Chandrasekaran & Stephen LloydJanuary 16, 2019 (2019-01-16)AARG114.62[20]
Phil and Claire meet Dylan's mother. Meanwhile, Jay and Gloria discover that their uncles both fought in a war. Mitch and Cam discover some reading in Lily's room.
22313"Whanex?"Elaine KoBill WrubelJanuary 23, 2019 (2019-01-23)AARG134.50[21]
Technology issues and a lack of camaraderie among the staff leaves Jay "homesick." Meanwhile, Cam invites Alex, Manny, Haley, and Luke to the high school to help with his presentation to the student body on plans after high school, but Mitchell's conflicting input leaves Cam uneasy. Elsewhere, Gloria, Phil, and Joe audition for a photo shoot to be the ideal family unit in an advertisement for the mall.
22414"We Need to Talk About Lily"Abraham HigginbothamAbraham Higginbotham & Jeffrey RichmanJanuary 30, 2019 (2019-01-30)AARG144.92[22]
Fearing that Lily is being too reserved, Cam and Mitch score an invitation to a party being thrown by Lily's favorite vlogger. However, Lily is less than impressed upon meeting the Internet sensation. Meanwhile, Phil tries to convince Pepper to sign a sales agreement for a new house. Jay and Gloria take Stella to the vet for minor surgery, and Jay is overcome with emotion thinking about the possibility of losing his prized pet. Elsewhere, Alex's boyfriend, Bill, asks to meet with Phil and Claire to discuss his invention, but, convinced that he is going to propose, Alex and Claire try to prevent Bill from popping the question.
22515"SuperShowerBabyBowl"Helena Lamb-WeberJack Burditt & Jon PollackFebruary 20, 2019 (2019-02-20)AARG154.43[23]
Misunderstandings is the theme of the day as Jay's Super Bowl party overlaps with Haley's baby shower at the Pritchett household. The family is tasked with finding Dylan after he leaves the house, fearing that he'll never be accepted by the clan. Meanwhile, both Cam and Jay think the other forgot about their plans to make chili, Mitch frets that an inmate has been released early and wants revenge, Lily finds herself in a feud with a friend, and Manny and Phil argue over Phil's performance in Manny's latest film.
22616"Red Alert"Julie BowenTeleplay by : Jessica Porter & Ryan Walls
Story by : Ryan Walls
February 27, 2019 (2019-02-27)AARG164.33[24]
Haley's incapacity to take prenatal classes lesson seriously worries Phil, who develops insomnia during a promo for a house with Luke. Jay gets mad at Claire when she plans to become a company's CEO but ultimately decides to retire in order to let her own the company. Mitch and Cam rally the women (except for Claire) and Manny to reassure Lily, who reaches an important step of her life.
22717"The Wild"James BagdonasElaine KoMarch 13, 2019 (2019-03-13)AARG174.65[25]
Phil, Mitch, and Cam join Jay on his annual wilderness hike in search of a bald eagle, and along the way confront their fears. Gloria, Claire, Alex, and Haley work together to prepare the nursery for Haley's twins.
22818"Stand by Your Man"Jim HenszTeleplay by : Jack Burditt & Bill Wrubel
Story by : Jeffrey Richman
March 20, 2019 (2019-03-20)AARG204.25[26]
Phil invites Luke, Dylan and Bill to watch a pay-per-view fight in an attempt to impress and bond with them. Claire and Lily connect over being uncool. Mitchell joins Cam for line dancing night after forgetting their anniversary. Jay gets a slot on a TV shopping channel to promote his dog bed business, to Gloria's chagrin.
22919"Yes-Woman"Fred SavagePaul Corrigan & Brad WalshApril 3, 2019 (2019-04-03)AARG194.33[27]
Claire decides to be more positive and accidentally says yes to the new romance between Luke and her yoga teacher, Janice. Also, Jay and Manny worry about what people think about them, while Phil decides to surprise Alex, who is graduating. Mitch and Cam have difficulties finding some hobbies for people of their age.
23020"Can't Elope"Jeffrey WalkerDanny ZukerApril 10, 2019 (2019-04-10)AARG184.81[28]
Haley and Dylan can't elope before their twins' birth. Also, Jay continues his new project with Instagram. Mitch and Cam have to choose between a musical version of Sophie's Choice or Haley's wedding. Haley and Dylan finally marry in private, with their mothers, Phil, Frank, Alex and Luke in attendance.
23121"Commencement"Eric Dean SeatonVali Chandrasekaran & Stephen LloydMay 1, 2019 (2019-05-01)AARG214.24[29]
Cam finally gets the chance to preside at a graduate ceremony. Jay has to make a speech at the graduation but a series of mishaps occur when he is discovered to be the owl killer. Also, Luke and Haley feel inferior when Phil and Claire keep praising Alex for her status, only to find out that Alex is stressed about the real world. Claire meets an old rival and Manny believes that Gloria bribes everyone to make her family happy.
23222"A Year of Birthdays"Steven LevitanSteven LevitanMay 8, 2019 (2019-05-08)AARG224.41[30]
The family relives the birthdays they have had in the past year, as the birth of Haley and Dylan’s twins nears. While Phil resolves to learn how to play the piano, Claire discovers that everybody thinks she is tightly wound. Cam and Lilly have their birthdays spoiled by a heartbroken Manny, who proposes to Sherry on his birthday and gets rejected. In the present, Haley gives birth to a boy and a girl and the entire family gathers together.

Ratings[edit]

Viewership and ratings per episode of Modern Family
No. Title Air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "I Love a Parade" September 26, 2018 1.6/7 5.40[9] 1.2 3.20 2.8 8.60[31]
2 "Kiss and Tell" October 3, 2018 1.4/6 5.39[10] 1.2 2.90 2.6 8.29[32]
3 "A Sketchy Area" October 10, 2018 1.4/6 5.10[11] 1.0 2.63 2.4 7.74[33]
4 "Torn Between Two Lovers" October 17, 2018 1.3/6 5.03[12] 0.9 2.50 2.2 7.53[34]
5 "Good Grief" October 24, 2018 1.5/6 5.27[13] 1.1 3.04 2.6 8.31[35]
6 "On the Same Paige" October 31, 2018 1.2/5 5.01[14] 1.1 2.85 2.3 7.86[36]
7 "Did the Chicken Cross the Road?" November 7, 2018 1.4/6 5.44[15] 1.1 2.98 2.5 8.42[37]
8 "Kids These Days" November 28, 2018 1.3/6 4.85[16] 1.2 3.14 2.5 7.99[38]
9 "Putting Down Roots" December 5, 2018 1.3/6 4.87[17] 1.1 3.11 2.4 7.98[39]
10 "Stuck in a Moment" December 12, 2018 1.4/6 5.69[18] 1.1 3.09 2.5 8.78[40]
11 "A Moving Day" January 9, 2019 1.3/6 4.82[19] 1.3 3.35 2.6 8.17[41]
12 "Blasts from the Past" January 16, 2019 1.2/6 4.62[20] 1.2 3.21 2.4 7.83[42]
13 "Whanex?" January 23, 2019 1.2/6 4.50[21] 1.3 3.19 2.5 7.68[43]
14 "We Need to Talk About Lily" January 30, 2019 1.2/5 4.92[22] 1.1 3.01 2.3 7.93[44]
15 "SuperShowerBabyBowl" February 20, 2019 1.1/5 4.43[23] 1.1 3.15 2.2 7.58[45]
16 "Red Alert" February 27, 2019 1.1/5 4.33[24] 1.2 3.19 2.3 7.52[46]
17 "The Wild" March 13, 2019 1.2/6 4.65[25] 1.0 2.89 2.2 7.54[47]
18 "Stand By Your Man" March 20, 2019 1.1/5 4.25[26] 1.0 2.89 2.1 7.14[48]
19 "Yes-Woman" April 3, 2019 1.1/5 4.33[27] 1.1 2.88 2.2 7.21[49]
20 "Can't Elope" April 10, 2019 1.2/5 4.81[28] 1.0 2.90 2.2 7.71[50]
21 "Commencement" May 1, 2019 1.0/5 4.24[29] 1.0 2.89 2.0 7.14[51]
22 "A Year of Birthdays" May 8, 2019 1.0/5 4.41[30] 1.1 2.81 2.1 7.15[52]

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