After 11 seasons, ABC’s popular family comedy, Modern Family, comes to an end in April.
And new photos from the last movie day of the Friday show have given a big hint about some of the last storylines of the character.
Mitchell Pritchett (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and Cameron Tucker (Eric Stonestreet) were spotted during filming with their daughter Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons) on screen and a possible new family member.
Last moments filmed: Modern Family characters Mitchell Pritchett (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and Cameron Tucker (Eric Stonestreet) were spotted with their daughter Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons) on the screen and a possible new family member on the last film day of the show on Friday
Mitch, Cam and Lily were seen and left one of the houses used for filming.
Cam, in a three-piece gray suit with a white collard shirt and without a tie, carried a small suitcase.
While Mitch, in a black denim jacket and checkered shirt, was wearing a baby car seat with a baby in it.
It seems that the couple on the screen adopt a second baby at the last moments of the show.
New member: while Mitch, in a black denim jacket and checked shirt, was wearing a baby car seat with a baby in it. It seems that the couple on the screen adopt a second baby at the last moments of the show
In the most recent episode of the show, Cam received the message that the shape of the couple was chosen by an adoption agency when they decided to adopt again.
The couple adopted Lily from Vietnam in season one and because the baby in the carriage seemed to be of Asian descent, it seems that they chose another baby from Asia.
Modern Family’s last movie day was on Friday, and cast members including Sofia Vergara, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet and Sarah Hyland went to Instagram to share some great photos that marked the last time the Dunphys, Tucker-Pritchetts and Pritchett-Delgados all came together for the camera.
Last storyline: In the most recent episode of the show, Cam received the message that the shape of the couple was chosen by an adoption agency when they decided to adopt again
This show started modestly in 2009, and has continued to practically reinvent the family sitcom from the ground up, winning over 20 Primetime Emmies and a Golden Globe along the way.
Images of empty sets, final fittings and discard moments in the pilot’s script of the series all underlined the bittersweet feeling that the cast and crew seemed to share when they ended the era of the modern family in their careers.
Ferguson, who played Mitchell Pritchett in all 250 episodes during the 11 seasons of the show, took a cross-legged selfie in the empty set that stood in front of one of the families’ homes.
Empty: Ferguson and the rest of the cast posted photos on the last film day of the show, Friday
Ferguson placed it on the eve of the final production day of the show and shared a quote from J.M. Barrie as the beginning of his caption: “Never say goodbye because saying goodbye means leaving and leaving means forgetting. “
“Tomorrow is the last day of photography @abcmodernfam,” Jesse continued.
“Thanks to all our fans. It has been 11 years and 250 episodes. ”
Another day: Jesse, Aubrey and Eric posed for a last family outing
Aww: He also posted a sweet snap in which he and his husband played on the screen, played by Eric Stonestreet, crew members and the creative team of the show along with their daughter on the screen played by Aubrey Anderson-Emmons
He also posted a sweet snap in which he and his husband on the screen, played by Stonestreet, flanked members of the crew and the creative team of the show along with their daughter on the screen played by Anderson-Emmons.
“With one of our bosses (and co-maker of @abcmodernfam) Chris Lloyd and our Emmy Award winning director @gail_mancuso after our last shot at Dunphy’s house,” Ferguson captured the snap.
Stonestreet also placed a photo of the interior that Jesse had posed, this time with two empty seats in the foreground.
Day of departure: it was undoubtedly sad to see their television cleared up at home
‘Almost finished. Filming one more day and then one more video. #modernfamily # season11 #thefinalseason #imgonnamissthis’ Eric subtitled the snap.
Nolan ‘Luke Dunphy’ Gould made an interesting recording of the sound stage on the ABC Studios lot (part of Disney), phase 5, where Modern Family has called home for the past 11 years – with earlier ‘tenants’ including LA Law, The X-Files and many classic old films.
The last season of Modern Family returns for completion in April.
Historical: previous ‘tenants’ included LA Law, The X-Files and many classic old films