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Modern Family Celebrates Its Final Season With a Salute to the Characters

Exclusive! See the new posters for the ABC comedy's season 11

By Chris Harnick 28 Aug, 2019 7:30 PMTags
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It's the beginning of the end for Modern Family, and to celebrate, ABC is pulling out all the stops, including releasing some very modern art.

E! News has your first look at the season 11 character posters with each of your favorites, from Phil to Dylan and Luke to Lily, getting their time to shine in an artistic portrait with specific winks to their characters.

The new season, which is in production now, is the show's last. ABC made the announcement at the 2019 Television Critics Association winter press tour.

"Chris and Steve have created one of the most seminal and iconic comedies in television history," Karey Burke, president, ABC Entertainment, said in a statement about the series and creators Christopher Lloyd and Steven Levitan. "In its final season, there will be more milestone events that anyone who has been a fan of the series won't want to miss."

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See the new art below.

Dylan

Reid Ewing returns as Dylan.

Cam

Eric Stonestreet won two Emmys for playing Cam.

Jay

Ed O'Neill is back as Jay, alongside his trusty pooch.

Manny

Rico Rodriguez has played Manny since the show began.

Joe

Jeremy Maguire returns as Joe,

Gloria

Sofia Vergara is back as Gloria.

Phil

Ty Burrell already has his first post-Modern Family series lined up: Fox's Duncanville.

Haley

Sarah Hyland, who is also at work on a new series for ABC, returns as Haley.

Luke

Nolan Gould returns as Luke.

Lily

Aubrey Anderson-Emmons joined the cast in 2011.

Mitch

Jesse Tyler Ferguson suits up as Mitch for one final season.

Alex

Ariel Winter, who will also guest star on Law & Order: SVU season 21, returns as Alex.

Claire

Julie Bowen won two Emmys for playing Claire.

E! News spoke with Ty Burrell at the 2019 Television Critics Association summer press tour and he opened up about working on the final season.

"The first ‘first last' was the table read and it was actually…fairly emotional, but I still feel like we won't really start feeling it until we get closer to the end," Burrell told press while promoting his new animated series Duncanville. "I think right now we're all just feeling so grateful for the time that we've had, for the 11 years that we've all been on such a special ride that it's not feeling like the end yet, when I think the end is going to be hard—be genuinely hard."

Modern Family season 11 premieres Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 9 p.m. on ABC.