Modern Family (2009– )

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Comedy, Romance


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Three different but related families face trials and tribulations in their own uniquely comedic ways.


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  • Sarah Hyland and Margaret Judson in Modern Family (2009)

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Creators:

Steven Levitan, Christopher Lloyd

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15 October 2009 | tetrafunk
8
| One of the best TV comedies to hit the air for a while
I saw the trailer for this show a while back and was instantly intrigued. Shot in a "mockumentary" style it follows the lives of three couples who's various members are related as family members. Although the set-up is slightly cliché, a gay couple, a stereotypical family and a Columbian wife and son (from her first marriage) with her American husband, this is where the standard ends. The dialogue is fantastic and at many points I found myself really laughing quite loudly, something which is very rare for a TV show to accomplish for me personally. The casting is also spot on with the inclusion of Ed O'Neill (the infamous Al Bundy!), Ty Burrell, Julie Bowen and Sofía Vergara, with each actor really bringing something unique to the mix. I strongly recommend this show to anybody who appreciates good comedy, the "to-camera" sections of the dialogue have a very close resemblance to the original UK version of "The Office" and for those who are familiar with this, Modern Family will be a welcomed return. Great show, great acting, great script. Highly recommended.

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