With ABC canceling hit sitcoms like Last Man Standing and The Middle left and right, many are wondering how its flagship sitcom will fare. Now, executives have revealed that they are actively discussing the end of the emmy-winning ratings giant.
It was previously reported that, after some lengthy negotiations with the casting, Modern Family will be renewed for two more seasons, bringing its total to 10 seasons. The series has been a breakout, and somewhat unexpected, hit for the network year after year, earning the second largest ratings of any sitcom, behind ABCs Big Bang Theory, and countless award nominations. However, better than good things must come to an objective, and the creators of the reveal now realize that the fate of their show is in their own hands.
Our original aim was to just stay on the air, co-creator Christopher Lloyd told Deadline during the course of its Television Critics Association press tour. After awhile though, we felt we may be in control of our own fate, and 10 sounded like a nice round number.
Lloyd went on to explain that they are currently discussing how they want the final moments of the display to go, went on to say that things will ideally aim the route they began – with a big household event. However, he made it clear that hed return if the network asked them to mush on past Season 10, but hes also willing to say goodbye to the hit series after a ten-year run.
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