Modern Family (season 11)
|Modern Family (season 11)|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||4|
|Original release||September 25, 2019 –|
The eleventh and final season of Modern Family premiered on September 25, 2019 on ABC. The show continues to air 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.
- Ed O'Neill as Jay Pritchett
- Sofía Vergara as Gloria Pritchett
- Julie Bowen as Claire Dunphy
- Ty Burrell as Phil Dunphy
- Jesse Tyler Ferguson as Mitchell Pritchett
- Eric Stonestreet as Cameron Tucker
- Sarah Hyland as Haley Dunphy-Marshall
- Ariel Winter as Alex Dunphy
- Nolan Gould as Luke Dunphy
- Rico Rodriguez as Manny Delgado
- Aubrey Anderson-Emmons as Lily Tucker-Pritchett
- Jeremy Maguire as Joe Pritchett
- Reid Ewing as Dylan Marshall
- Hillary Anne Matthews as Sherry Shaker
- Miska Kajanus as Yngvar
- Jeremy Isaiah Becerra as Carlos
- Justin Elling as Kyle
- Kristen Li as Suzie
- Alejandra Lopez as Belinda
- Charles Lott Jr. as Derek
- Tara Strong as Bridget The Smart Fridge (Voice)
- Gabrielle Ruiz as Anne
- Amy Pietz as Janice
- Molly Ephraim as Libby
- Michael Strassner as Ike
- Sammy Voit as Young Luke Dunphy
- Kevin Miller as Bob
- Tiberius Bright as Security Guard
- Stephanie Beatriz as Sonia Ramirez
- Stefanie Koenig as Sheryl
- Katie Wee as Sandy
- Francis Gonzalez as Nestor
- Christopher Gorham as Brad
- Matthew Wilkas as Paul
- Sanai Victoria as Vera
- Carson Brand as Gary
- Kristen Studard as Eunice
- Shane Yoon as Matthew
- Dominic Burgess as Nate
- Maggie Gwin as Lindsay
- Kasey Mahaffy as Dom
- Rebecca Warm as Cat Person
- Christopher Wolfe as Luis Sanchez
- Rob Riggle as Gil Thorpe
- Christian Barillas as Ronaldo
- Kevin Daniels as Longines
- Marsha Kramer as Margaret
- Sam Lloyd as Bobby
- Josh Pins as Evan
- Julia Fowler as Madge
- Dominic Burgess as Nate
- Kasey Mahaffy as Dom
- Rahnuma Panthaky as Josie
- Elaine Madelyne Kim as Roselyne
- Hunter J Mitchell as Sam
- Maggie Gwin as Lindsay
- Edith Fields as Neighbor
- Daniela Bobadilla as Trish
- Kevin Bernson as Raymond
- Christopher Wolfe as Barber
- Jimmy Tatro as Bill
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|233||1||"New Kids on the Block"||Gail Mancuso||Paul Corrigan & Brad Walsh||September 25, 2019||BARG01||4.09|
|Alex is doing research in the South Pole to better understand what happens there. Haley and Dylan try to put their two baby twins Poppy and George to sleep with the help of Claire and Phil. Haley reads a book on what to do in sticky situations with her babies and tries to reinforce what she read to her parents, but Claire and Phil have another way of putting them to sleep. Jay, Gloria and Manny make a dog bed commercial for Jay's dog bed business using their dog Stella. Portraying Stella is Manny's Ex Girlfriend, Sherry. As the director and using Gloria's advice, Manny tries to win back Sherry's love. Cameron tells Mitchell that he invited his theatre students to "bond" with them. Really, they tried and made Mitchell reveal that he threw out Cam's clown statue.|
|234||2||"Snapped"||Michael Spiller||Elaine Ko||October 2, 2019||BARG02||4.32|
|Cameron buys a voice assisted refrigerator named Bridget and both Mitchell and Cam separately form a "bond" with the refrigerator. Phil teaches a real estate course which Gloria attends and Gloria and her rival classmate, Libby, have the opportunity to be Phil's intern. Libby was involved in a cycling accident and has to go to the hospital and Phil accuses Gloria of crashing into Libby. Libby's cycling accident was actually caused by Phil juggling in the community college parking lot and Libby losing concentration, crashing into Gloria's parked car. Claire has reporters come over to her house for a magazine interview and photoshoot and tries to get everyone out of the house by pretending to be sick because she does not want her family to be included in the interview. Alex returns from Antarctica and with Haley and Luke, discover why Claire was lying about being sick.|
|235||3||"Perfect Pairs"||Iwona Sapienza||Stephen Lloyd||October 9, 2019||BARG04||3.95|
|Phil, Claire, Alex and Luke exploit the baby twins to their own advantage. Phil has his Scarlet California banquet competition and tries to make a better impression than the previous year. He has many ideas, but uses his twin grandchildren. Claire tries to impress Sherl McCray to sell her a closet with the twins and Luke uses the babies to get wine for a girl. Later, Haley and Dylan find out what happens because of the camera in their baby carriage. Gloria, while not listening to Jay and Manny, and without consulting Sonia, suspected that her boyfriend and soon-to-be husband was gold-digging her. Meanwhile, she was wrong and Sonia raged to find someone else. Mitchell and Cameron do interviews to figure out who will be their new tenant.|
|236||4||"Pool Party"||Abraham Higginbotham||Abraham Higginbotham & Jon Pollack||October 16, 2019||BARG03||4.21|
|Mitchell and Cameron convince Lily to be herself and go to a pool party. As Lily starts to enjoy the pool party, Mitch and Cam go and hide because they are ashamed of themselves. They later stand up, and show Lily that everyone should be proud of themselves. Phil And Gloria try to sell a house, but someone steals the real estate sign. Gloria takes Stella’s tracking band to find the culprit. Jay gets mad when Gloria is never home because of her job. When she is home, she does not listen to him which makes him more angry. Claire tries to convince Haley that she should go back to work. She tries to also convince Alex that she should take her job offer. Meanwhile, Claire has more problems at work which Haley and Alex learn about.|
|237||5||"The Last Halloween"||Fred Savage||Danny Zuker||October 30, 2019||TBA||TBD|
|238||6||"A Game of Chicken"||TBA||TBA||November 6, 2019||TBA||TBD|
|1||"New Kids on the Block"||September 25, 2019||1.1/5||4.09||1.1||3.14||2.2||7.25|
|2||"Snapped"||October 2, 2019||1.1/6||4.32||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|3||"Perfect Pairs"||October 9, 2019||0.9/5||3.95||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|4||"Pool Party"||October 16, 2019||1.0/5||4.21||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
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