Modern Family: Season 7 (2015 - 2016)


Season 7
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Air date: Sep 23, 2015

Haley and Andy deal with their emotions in different ways; finding a preschool for Joe is more difficult than Jay and Gloria anticipated; when money gets tight, Cam wants Mitch to return to his former job.

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Air date: Sep 30, 2015

Phil and Claire are hurt when Alex lies about her college move-in date and Luke doesn't want to spend the day at Phil's open house; being landlords stresses out Mitch and Cam.

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Air date: Oct 7, 2015

Phil has second thoughts after he helps Haley talk Claire into letting Dylan move in; Mitch accepts a job working for Jay's biggest rival; Cameron and Gloria cannot agree on how to handle Manny's girl problem.

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Air date: Oct 14, 2015

Phil can't get anyone else to care about tending to the eggs; Claire is anxious about bringing her closet ideas to Jay; Cameron gets over-attached to the frat guys living in the upstairs unit.

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Air date: Oct 21, 2015

Claire wants to give Haley and Alex a great experience on Take your Daughter to Work Day but employees make things difficult; Jay has to help out at Joe's preschool when Gloria has jury duty; Mitch and Cam cannot agree on who to invite to a party.

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Air date: Nov 11, 2015

Luke is arrested for driving without a license; Alex is caught sneaking out of a liquor store; Cam thinks Gloria should re-create and sell her family's hot sauce; Haley and Dylan have an awkward encounter with Beth and Andy.

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Air date: Nov 18, 2015

A conversation about a house Phil is helping to sell gives everyone the idea to sneak in to enjoy it themselves; Jay and Gloria's plan to pay for a surprise family trip to Miami turns into a surprise for Gloria and then a bigger surprise for Jay.

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Air date: Dec 2, 2015

When Gloria wins a family seminar at the school auction, Jay is resistant, Mitch and Cam try to come across as super stable, and Phil and Claire turn it into a competition; Haley and Alex get together to talk about boys.

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Air date: Dec 9, 2015

Gloria rents a cabin in the mountains where the family can celebrate a picture-perfect Christmas, but unexpected factors complicate the holiday; Jay makes an announcement.

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Air date: Jan 6, 2016

When Claire and Phil go out with a couple they met on vacation, the Dunphys end up having to pay the bill; Haley, Alex and Luke scramble to come through when Mitchell cashes in a birthday coupon they gave him.

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Cast & Crew

Ed O'Neill
Jay Pritchett

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Julie Bowen
Claire Dunphy

Actor
Ty Burrell
Phil Dunphy

Actor
Sofía Vergara
Gloria Pritchett

Actor
Jesse Tyler Ferguson
Mitchell Pritchett

Actor
Eric Stonestreet
Cameron Tucker

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Sarah Hyland
Haley Dunphy

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Nolan Gould
Luke Dunphy

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Ariel Winter
Alex Dunphy

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Rico Rodriguez
Manny Delgado

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Aubrey Anderson-Emmons
Lily Tucker-Pritchett

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Jeremy Maguire
Joe Pritchett.

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Adam DeVine
Andy

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June Squibb
Auntie Alice

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Reid Ewing
Dylan

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Michele Panu
Sarah

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Joe Mande
Ben

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Kasey Mahaffy
Dom

Guest Star
Spenser McNeil
Reuben

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Steven Levitan
Executive Producer
Christopher Lloyd
Executive Producer
Jim Hensz
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Critic Reviews for Modern Family: Season 7

Audience Reviews for Modern Family: Season 7

  • Aug 09, 2021
    excellent series, with very good plot
  • Apr 04, 2021
    Es una de las mejores series en la historia de la televisión; tiene personajes carismáticos y está llena de momentos divertidos. ¡TOTALEMENTE RECOMENDABLE!
  • 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.
  • Feb 28, 2016
    This season has truly gone down the toilet and come out the other side. The only thing it's missing now is a laughter track. Absolutely cringe worthy
  • 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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