Modern Family has cast Andrea Anders for a recurring role in season 6, EW has learned exclusively.
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Shameless‘ Emmy Rossum, The Middle‘s Eden Sher, and Modern Family guest star Elizabeth Banks are the reigning queens of comedy—at least according to EWwy voters, who’ve crowned them best actress, best supporting actress, and best guest actress, respectively, in our 7th Annual EWwy Awards for the Emmy-snubbed. All three phoned in to EW Radio (SiriusXM 105) on Aug. 18, when the winners were announced live. Listen to their full interviews below.
In her clip, Rossum hatches plans to taunt Broad City‘s Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson—fellow best actress nominees who are now too hot to write a movie for her—and to place her golden ewe statue on the back of the toilet in her guest bathroom so people can see it. In addition to looking ahead to season 5, she details the lengths to which Showtime went to keep the return of Justin Chatwin in Shameless‘ season 4 finale a secret from even her. “I had been campaigning for the last few seasons for him to come back. I didn’t feel like the story was properly tied up. I didn’t see the episode before it aired, and I was on a road trip, and my phone started blowing up, and my mom calls me, and she’s like, ‘He’s alive!'” Rossum says. “I was like, ‘What are you talking about? I’m somewhere in Arizona.’ She’s like, ‘He’s in the show!’ I had no idea what she was talking about. They had flown Justin Chatwin to Chicago, put him in a different hotel, put him with a different crew, different hair and makeup team, and done this whole thing covert. And then the president of the network sent me an email Sunday night like, ‘Gotcha!'” READ FULL STORY
ABC announced its spring finale dates for 19 of its current series. Of note is the season 3 finale date for Scandal — Thursday, April 17 — a special two-hour Once Upon a Time season finale, and an extended, one-hour season finale for The Middle.
Check out the full list of dates below: READ FULL STORY
You might expect someone that struggled mightily in pretty much every single challenge, tossed out her tribe’s food supply, took the lead on building a terrible shelter, and then got voted out one day before a tribe shake-up that could have completely changed her fortunes in the game to have some regrets from her experience on Survivor: Cagayan. But not when then someone is nuclear engineer J’Tia Taylor. One day after being eliminated on the show, J’Tia called into Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) to talk about how it all went wrong, and we mean ALL went wrong. And now you can hear the entire interview right here on the InsideTV Podcast. READ FULL STORY
Modern Family definitely has a gay agenda coming up, but it’s not what you think! We all know that Cameron and Mitchell are preparing for their big wedding day on the ABC sitcom, but before they can make it to the altar, there needs to be a wild and crazy Las Vegas bachelor party! However, as Eric Stonestreet told us when he stopped by Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105), it won’t be Cam & Mitchell’s bachelor party. “We just shot an episode that was kind of an anti-bachelor party episode in Vegas,” says the man who plays Cam. “When we get there we run into Langham, Mitchell’s ex played by the great Fred Armisen, and he’s there having his bachelor party. And they say ‘Well, while you’re here, feel free to stop by,’ and he hands me a piece of paper with all the happenings, and I turn and I go, ‘Wow, an actual gay agenda.’ So I sneak off and go and participate in their bachelor party while Mitchell gets a sauna and gets a massage.” READ FULL STORY
The Modern Family gang is headed to Las Vegas to film an episode with a pair of comedy aces: Patton Oswalt and Fred Armisen. READ FULL STORY
'Modern Family' sneak peek: Jesse Eisenberg guest spot is straight out of your judgey neighbor nightmares
Jesse Eisenberg is terrible in this sneak peek from Wednesday’s new Modern Family — and we mean that in the best way.
In the episode, which also features guest spots from Jane Krakowski and John Benjamin Hickey, The Social Network actor plays Asher, a neighbor of Mitchell and Cam’s whose eco-friendly ways cross the line from admirable to agitating.
The exclusive clip below shows an interaction between Mitchell and Eisenberg’s character. Check it out: READ FULL STORY
Now that Breaking Bad is over, Bryan Cranston can pursue his side career full-time. The actor picked up two Directors Guild television nominations on Thursday: one for directing an episode of BB, and one for Modern Family.
Get ready for Crocodile Dunphy: The cast of Modern Family will journey to Australia for an upcoming episode. The installment, which features the Pritchett-Dunphy-Tucker clan heading down under for a vacation, is expected to film next month at some of the country’s most famous landmarks, such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Bondi Beach. READ FULL STORY
There’s a new boss on Modern Family, and it’s… Aisha Tyler.
EW has learned that the co-host of The Talk will guest in an episode of Modern Family as the seemingly intense Wendy, a former law school classmate of Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) who runs the legal aid society where he gets a job. The episode, titled “Spring-A-Ding-Fling,” is slated to air in early March on ABC. READ FULL STORY
Phil Dunphy is going to the slammer on this week’s Modern Family. But why he’s in there is not as important of a question as how he’s going to get out.
In this exclusive sneak peek from the episode, Phil calls upon Claire for help gathering together bail money, but since it’s Sunday, accomplishing such a task is much harder than going to the bank, where there’s a limit on ATM cash withdrawals. Luckily, it is revealed that Phil has some spare cash lying around the house. Not so lucky? Phil has hidden the cast around the house.
Take a look at the clip below from the episode airing Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET
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Viewers might assume that Modern Family being nominated for Best Comedy at the Golden Globes would be a foregone conclusion — but Modern Family co-creator/executive producer Chris Lloyd didn’t see it that way.
“There was a little bit of trepidation about it because we’ve been lucky enough to be nominated in years’ past and I think there’s probably new reasons not to nominate us with each passing year,” Lloyd explained to EW this afternoon. “There’s the, ‘Oh, not those guys again’ syndrome, so we were really tickled to still be in the mix. … That’s the Golden Globes ethic I think, to kind of spread the love and kind of be the ones to crown the new show or the new young star. That’s part of what makes their award a fun one, that they’re a bit unpredictable, but for us, particularly, it makes it very gratifying that was still get to be in there because we’re anything but the new kid in town.”
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For an upcoming episode titled “Under Pressure,” Modern Family is packing in the guest stars. READ FULL STORY
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