Modern Family: Season 7 (2015 - 2016)

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Season 7
Modern Family

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67%

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Critic Ratings: 6

85%

Audience Score

User Ratings: 184
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Episodes

1
Air date: Sep 23, 2015
2
Air date: Sep 30, 2015
3
Air date: Oct 7, 2015
4
Air date: Oct 14, 2015
5
Air date: Oct 21, 2015
6
Air date: Nov 11, 2015
7
Air date: Nov 18, 2015
8
Air date: Dec 2, 2015
9
Air date: Dec 9, 2015
10
Air date: Jan 6, 2016
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In Series 7 of the mockumentary-style sitcom about the extended Pritchett clan, Haley decides to get back with Dylan after losing Andy. Alex and Sanjay begin planning their break-up for when they graduate. Mitchell decides to pursue art instead of a new career. Jay and Gloria attempt to get Joe into a good preschool. Phil tries to get Luke involved in the real estate game.

Cast

Ed O'Neill
as Jay Pritchett
Julie Bowen
as Claire Dunphy
Sofía Vergara
as Gloria Delgado-Pritchett
Ty Burrell
as Phil Dunphy
Jesse Tyler Ferguson
as Mitchell Pritchett
Eric Stonestreet
as Cameron Tucker
Sarah Hyland
as Haley Dunphy
Nolan Gould
as Luke Dunphy
Ariel Winter
as Alex Dunphy
Rico Rodriguez
as Manny Delgado
Aubrey Anderson-Emmons
as Lily Tucker-Pritchett
Jeremy Maguire
as Joe Pritchett
June Squibb
as Auntie Alice
Jon Polito
as Earl Chambers
Chad Roberts
as Grayson
Marsha Kramer
as Margaret
Catherine O'Hara
as Debra Radcliffe
Janet Song
as Mrs. Tran
Nathan Lane
as Pepper Saltzman
Mekia Cox
as Angie
Shelley Long
as Dede Pritchett
Tijuana Ricks
as Defense Attorney
Simon Templeman
as Simon Hastings
Neyssan Falahi
as French Man
Rigel Blue
as Lily's Friend
Heather Goldenhersh
as Mrs. Wilkerson
Susan Egan
as Miss Ford
Carole Weyers
as French Woman
Justin Kirk
as Charlie Bingham
Hilary Ward
as Young Woman
Lucila Solá
as Mariela Morales
Violet Lux
as Ashley
Erika Varela
as Waitress
Deji LaRay
as Young Man
Mike Ostroski
as Man in Suit
Deji LaRay
as Young Man
Sean T. Krishnan
as Photographer
Jarard Kings
as Ice Cream Man
Fred Cross
as Ticket Taker
Ian Bratschie
as Hot Warehouse Guy
Omar Leyva
as Map Seller
Evan Egel
as Waiter #1
Kim Estes
as College Dean
Jill Remez
as Hostess
Barrett Carnahan
as Rival Frat Guy
Johnny Ray Meeks
as Theater Goer
Brandon Espy
as Waiter #2
Seth Menachem
as Smart-Ass
Shanna Strong
as Cute Girl
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Critic Reviews for Modern Family Season 7

All Critics (6) | Top Critics (3)

Now, as the seventh season ends on Wednesday and an eighth has been ordered, Modern Family has graduated to another class: tired.

May 17, 2016 | Full Review…

The breezy writing is complemented by the excellent chemistry between the actors.

May 24, 2017 | Full Review…

All in all, a solid enough episode, I thought, and good harbinger that the show will retain the funny moving forward.

Sep 24, 2015 | Full Review…

In Modern Family's earlier seasons it was refreshing because of its fast pace and witty jokes. Sadly the writing has suffered from the show's long-running success.

Sep 24, 2015 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

The show may have stumbled off of its Emmys throne last weekend, but it's still running on the same formula it's always run on. The family members support each other, even when things get out of hand.

Sep 8, 2016 | Full Review…

Now in its seventh season, Modern Family is more than predictable, but predictability can also mean reliability.

Sep 24, 2015 | Rating: B | Full Review…
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Audience Reviews for Modern Family: Season 7

  • May 06, 2018
    one word, hilarious!
  • Feb 27, 2017
    When I reviewed the previous (sixth) season of "Modern Family", I was getting a bit disappointed that the show runners were not fleshing out the characters like any good sitcom needs to do in order to adapt and thrive. Though I made it through this entire Seventh Season, it was much of the same. As such, this will probably be the last season of "Modern Family" I watch on a consistent basis. For whatever reason, this show staunchly refuses to let their characters grow or take any creative risks. Now, don't get me wrong...characters like Phil (Ty Burrell) and Cam (Eric Stonestreet) will probably always be funny just because they are so well-conceived. However, not every character in a show can be that way. It usually takes some sort of growth or change to push events forward. The lack of growth is especially apparent in the younger characters in the show. Haley (Sarah Hyland) is given a love interest in Andy (Adam DeVine)...but then it isn't fleshed out at all until the final episode when viewers are supposed to magically care. Alex (Ariel Winter) is now gorgeous, and started to have an interesting college angle, but neither of those things get the focus they should. Luke (Nolan Gould) and Manny (Rico Rodriguez) have been pretty much just cast adrift. Sure, all these characters can get off a wise crack every once in awhile, but I don't care about them like I did in the early goings of the show. Another example of a lack of growth/change is how some characters are starting to grow quite stale. Gloria (Sofia Vergara) isn't given anything to do, Jay (Ed O'Neill) is much of the same, & the writers keep playing up the "business" angle of Claire (Julie Bowen) & Mitch (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) to little avail. To put things into perspective, one area where I really gained a lot of respect for "The Office" (probably my favorite sitcom of all-time) was in that show's fearlessness. It wasn't afraid to take a character or plot risk, sometimes playing it out over an entire season. "Modern Family" won't do that. Instead, it is content to make a few good quips each episode and rely on situational humor, all the while cramming each character into every episode and not giving them a chance to expand outward. "Modern Family" isn't a terrible show now, but any means, but it is just little more than "filler" at this point. I kind of wish it would set an end date (X number of years down the road) so the writers could have a goal to shoot for. Until that happens, I fear that the show will sort of aimlessly drift. Bottom line: this Seventh Season of "Modern Family" is still good for a few laughs, but it really has taken a large step backwards in its ability to make you care about the characters.
  • Feb 22, 2017
    Tapering as every show does, Modern Family will forever remain that show known for kicking mainstream sitcom into pun hyperdrive. Kudos writers.
  • Jul 02, 2016
    Cliched, unfunny, unoriginal, bad written but with great performances by its charismatic cast.
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  • Feb 18, 2016
    More drama entwined comedy needed.
  • Aug 10, 2015
    better than himym or bigbang
  • Jul 31, 2015
    I love modern family. & So does my mom. We watch it together. :)

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