MODERN FAMILY (2009-2020) Sarah as Haley Dunphy Genre : TV Series Status : Finished Release : September 23, 2009
Told from the perspective of an unseen documentary filmmaker, the series offers an honest, often-hilarious perspective of family life. Parents Phil and Claire yearn for an honest, open relationship with their three kids, but a daughter who is trying to grow up too fast, another who is too smart for her own good, and a rambunctious young son make it challenging. Claire's dad Jay and his Latina wife Gloria are raising two sons together, but people sometimes believe Jay to be Gloria's father. Jay's gay son Mitchell and his partner Cameron have adopted a little Asian girl, completing one big -- straight, gay, multicultural, traditional -- happy family.
CANDIE'S (2016-) Sarah as Creative Director Genre : Clothing Line Status : Available at Kohl's Release : May 2016
Candie's is a clothing brand started in 1978. It was originally a Charles Cole line of shoes from El Greco Inc. In 1986, Pentland Group acquired El Greco. Pentland sold Candie's to Charles Cole's son Neil in 1991. Candie's Inc. (later renamed Iconix Brand Group) acquired the Candie's brand in 1993. Since 2005, Kohl's Department Stores has had exclusive rights to the Candie's brand in all departments except shoes.
OLAY SKIN TRANSFORMED (2019) Sarah as Ambassador Genre : Skin Care Status : Finished Release : April 2019
OLAY's Skin Transformed campaign is all about celebrating the transformation of OUR own bodies, and how they are often works-in-progress..not perfection. Along with other fearless women, Sarah is part of this amazing campaign, telling her own story.
VERONICA MARS (2019) Sarah as Alyssa Genre : TV Series Status : Available on hulu Release : July 19, 2019
Convinced the bomber is still at large, Veronica visits Chino to learn more about Clyde and Big Dick. Mayor Dobbins' request for help from the FBI brings an old flame to Neptune. Veronica confronts her mugger.
MET AT A PARTY (2019) Sarah as Singer/Herself Genre : Music | Single Status : Available Release : August 9, 2019
'Met At A Party' is a new song by American singer/songwriter Jordan McGraw, who asked Sarah to be part of this new project. The song was released August 9, with a music video following.
THE WEDDING YEAR (2019) Sarah as Mara Hickey Genre : Movie Status : Available Release : September 20, 2019
Meet Mara. She’s a carefree aspiring photographer who just started dating Jake, an aspiring chef. After wedding invitations pour in, Mara and Jake embark on a year-long adventure that puts their new relationship to the test.
NO B.S. (2019-) Sarah as Ambassador Genre : Skin Care Status : On-going Release : November 2019
In an industry full of miracle-in-a-bottle marketing, No B.S. is revolutionizing skincare with clean formulas, real results, and a radically honest beauty culture we can all get behind.
AFTERPAY (2019-) Sarah as Ambassador Genre : Shopping Status : On-going Release : December 2019
Afterpay Limited (ASX: APT), a rapidly growing "Buy Now, Pay Later" company that enables top fashion and beauty brands to offer interest-free installment plans, announces its partnership with American actress Sarah Hyland through a comedic series of videos focused on the New Year.
DRAG RACE: ALL STARS 5 (2020) Sarah as Guest Judge Genre : Television Show Status : Post-Production Release : June 5, 2020
The fifth season of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars was announced by VH1 on August 19, 2019. It was announced on February 20, 2020, on the show's official Twitter account, that the season would premiere on June 5, 2020, on Showtime. Following the cast announcement on May 8, 2020, producers announced that the show will air on VH1 instead of Showtime due to the COVID-19 pandemic which caused "various scheduling and programming adjustments."
UNKNOWN PROJECT (TBA) Sarah as TBA Genre : TBA Status : Post-Production Release : TBA
Written by Emily V. Gordon, the untitled Sarah Hyland + Emily Gordon Project is inspired by both Gordon and Hyland’s real-life experiences. No further plot details were made available.
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In part 1 of the series finale, Mitchell and Cam settle in on their new normal, and Phil and Claire decide that one of the kids needs to move out in order to take control of the house again. Meanwhile, as Gloria becomes more successful at work, she notices Jay, Manny and Joe don’t seem to need her as much. In part 2 of the series finale, the entire family discovers saying goodbye is much harder than it seems
Did you catch the series finale of Modern Family on ABC last night? If you didn’t you can now stream it on hulu or ABC. Thanks for the past 11 years. This special family will be missed.
Over the last 11 years we’ve watched the “kids” from “Modern Family” grow and blossom into adult people. Wednesday night is the two-hour series finale of “Modern Family” on ABC at 8|7c, so we invited Sarah Hyland, Ariel Winter, Nolan Gould, and Rico Rodriguez to talk about the end of of the show, how they’re doing in quarantine and to participate in a virtual “sibling rivalry” style scavenger hunt.
Sarah says farewell to the role that got her to where she’s at now. Goodbye Haley. You made us all so happy.
Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened. To put it in Bachelor terms, I’ve had an incredible journey with this show. Our cast and crew were always phenomenal and we very quickly grew to be a real life #modernfamily I will miss these people tremendously but am so grateful I was lucky enough to work with them. So get your tissues ready… The end of 11 years with @abcmodernfam airs tonight on @abcnetwork 8/7c pm. Thank you all for being there every step of the way. We love you 💕
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In late February, a famous family found itself down to its final farewell. The cast and producers of Modern Family filmed the very last episode of its 11-season run — No. 250, for those who like big, clean numbers — capping the mockumentary comedy’s celebrated, Emmy-studded run. It was a tough task to bid adieu to the Dunphys, Pritchetts, and Tuckers after all this time, and emotions were running understandably high for the cast. “I hope people will forgive us for breaking character a bit, because it was actually a little tricky to delineate,” Ty Burrell, a.k.a. Phil, told EW. “[The finale] really has to do with that feeling that this chapter of this family is over. This magical period in their lives won’t be the same anymore, and people are wrestling with a lot of the same feelings we were wrestling with.”
You can experience some of those feelings secondhand right here: A photographer was on hand to capture the colorful behind-the-scenes emotions in black and white, and the following images document the cast and producers savoring their last laughs (and shedding a few tears). After you compose yourself, check out the one-hour series finale (Wednesday, 9 p.m. ET/PT, ABC) to see how the sentimental send-off turned out in front of the cameras.
Ready to party with the Dunphy kids? An all new Modern Family episode 11×16 ‘I’m Going to Miss This’ airs April 1!
Mitchell is having a hard time letting go of his old life and Gloria steps in to help him say goodbye. Meanwhile, Haley, Luke and Alex decide to throw a party at the Dunphy house when Claire and Phil leave for a trip, and Dylan’s mom takes the twins for the night
Why the face? Because the Modern era of Family time has drawn to a close. Saying goodbye after 11 seasons, 250 episodes, and 22 Emmys (including five consecutive Outstanding Comedy Series trophies, tying Frasier’s record) was no easy feat for the producers and cast; ask them to describe the vibe while finishing the one-hour farewell that airs April 8 at 9 p.m. on ABC, and analogies flow like the tears did. “It’s kind of like when you’re a kid and your best friend moves away — only it’s 100 best friends,” quips co-creator Christopher Lloyd. Sums up Ty Burrell, who won two Emmys as aspiring cool dad Phil: “It was like a beautiful torture. It was like being at a wedding and a funeral at the same time.”
Neither of those scenarios takes place in the finale, but other emotionally charged events do. The ending also speaks to new beginnings for the Dunphy-Pritchett-Tucker clan. “The family is suddenly dealing with a lot of changes,” says co-creator Steven Levitan, “some of which come from the very nature of kids getting older, the time when you have to say goodbye.”
The finale opens with a Dunphy home so overstuffed with kids and grandkids that Phil and Claire seek shelter in the RV in the driveway (R.I.P, Frank). From there, the plot involves: a soft-sculpture gift from Jay (Ed O’Neill) to Cam (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson), who are busy parenting Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons), considering adopting another child, and still finding time for karaoke; one last sibling hazing ritual performed by Haley (Sarah Hyland) and Alex (Ariel) on their brother, Luke (Nolan Gould); and a bathtub-side scene with Manny (Rico Rodriguez) and Gloria (Sofia Vergara).
In addition, “Claire and Mitch have realizations as adults about their old skating routine that they didn’t as kids,” says Levitan. And, yes, an immovable father and his unstoppable son-in-law will share new intimacy. “Jay and Phil finally bond—literally,” hints Burrell.
The tri-family comedy with a sharp wit and wink that redefined the genre aimed to keep the finale flowing with laughs while suffusing it with goodbye gravitas. “There’s a combination of sadness and gratitude, and these are feelings all of the writers had — and I think the actors had too,” says Lloyd. Burrell confirms that hunch. “I hope people will forgive us for breaking character a bit, because it was actually a little tricky to delineate,” he says. “It really has to do with that feeling that this chapter of this family is over. This magical period in their lives won’t be the same anymore, and people are wrestling with a lot of the same feelings we were wrestling with.” And just a few weeks from now, it will be your turn.
We’re getting closer to the season and series final of Modern Family. 11×14, called ‘Spuds’ finally has a press release:
Phil and Claire take Haley and Dylan to dinner to reassure them they are not bad parents. While out to dinner, they run into Mitch and Cam who are chaperoning Lily’s first date, as well as Jay and Gloria after attending Joe’s school play.
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Sarah Hyland Learned About the Modern Family Death by Watching TV
Sarah Hyland learned a lesson from the latest Modern Family death: Read the scripts.
Hyland took to her Instagram after “Legacy,” the Wednesday, Jan. 15 episode of Modern Family aired to tell viewers she was just as surprised as they were about the ABC sitcom’s latest twist. Warning, spoilers follow!
In “Legacy,” Phil (Ty Burrell) goes to visit his father Frank (Fred Willard) after he was found wandering a grocery store for hours. Phil thought Frank was suffering from dementia. He wasn’t, and the two spent a nice day together with Phil ultimately revealing it was their last. Frank passed away off camera and viewers heard Phil give his eulogy to the family. “My dad was OK, and my takeaway from our day, don’t miss the chance to let the people you appreciate know that,” Phil said.
Well, he gave the eulogy to almost all the family. “So, I don’t read scripts of episodes of Modern Family that I’m not in, so I just found out that my grandpa’s dead along with all of you,” Hyland said on her Instagram stories. “I still feel special.”
Hyland’s Instagram posts spoiled some viewers, and she immediately acknowledged her faux pas. “I guess I should’ve put a spoiler alert for Grandpa Frank dying, but I was just caught off guard. Like, as his granddaughter, you think I’d be invited to his funeral,” Hyland told her followers. “If it’s any consolation to those who are angry about the spoiler alert, karma hit real fast and Boo just farted in my face and the smell was so bad she had to get off the bed because she couldn’t handle the heat.”
The death of Grandpa Frank was just the latest loss for the Pritchett-Dunphy-Tucker clan. In season 10, the family and viewers said goodbye to DeDe Pritchett (Shelley Long), the mom of Claire (Julie Bowen) and Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and ex-wife of Jay (Ed O’Neill). That death was teased for some time before it actually made the air—and Hyland was clued in on that plot twist.
The final season of Modern Family airs Wednesdays, 9 p.m. on ABC.
This Christmas is our last Christmas with our favorite Modern Family. On December 11 ‘The last Christmas’ episode airs on ABC.
Cameron is hoping to keep everyone happy for their annual Christmas dinner as he hides and prepares for his big interview for a head coaching position out of state. Meanwhile, Haley is excited to finally be reunited with wine; and Mitchell is suspicious of Cam’s holiday trip to visit his family in Missouri.