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The hilarious and critically acclaimed breakout hit of the year, Modern Family, returns for a Second Season! Featuring an all-star cast led by Ed O’Neill, Sofia Vargara, Julie Bowen, and Ty Burrell, Emmy® Award winning best comedy series Modern Family takes a refreshing and funny view of what it means to raise a family in this hectic day and age. Multi-cultural relationships, adoption, and same-sex marriage are just a few of the timely issues faced by the show’s three wildly-diverse broods. No matter the size or shape, family always comes first in this hilariously “modern” look at life, love, and laughter.

Customer Reviews

Best show on the telly, flipping funny!!!

Best show on the telly, flipping funny!!!

An All Time Great

This is surely one of the best sitcoms of all time. Modern Family is funny, thoughtful and genuinely heartwarming. Series 1 was superbly written and directed and performed by a universally brilliant cast including the wonderful Ty Burrell, Ed O'Neill, Eric Stonestreet and Julie Bowen. If you buy no other TV programmes on iTunes, buy this one.

Brilliant - but Overpriced

Absolutely fantastic show - the format and brilliantly written characters make it stand out from some of the more generic sitcoms on at the moment, and it remains hilarious into the second season. However, I'm stunned to see iTunes selling a series pass for £44.99 (GBP)! I don't know whether it's more reasonably priced in the US or elsewhere, but there is no incentive whatsoever to pay nearly 50 pounds for the series. It's no secret that you can find episodes streamed online within hours of the original broadcast, and if the industry wish to discourage customers from going down that route then they should be far more sensible with the pricing of the series pass.