I’ve never been a big Modern Family fan. It’s a pretty generic family comedy..

  Kelly Bedard

That’s it, the network TV season is over. I would ask how you felt about it but, let’s be honest, you don’t watch network TV anymore. You watch Game of Thrones and, if you’re really cool, you maybe downloaded Horace & Pete (if you haven’t, you should). You’re a young, busy, hip person; you don’t […]

First and foremost, I must say I am happy with all of the Breaking Bad wins, that show deserved every trophy it won tonight, but more on that later. Let’s start with the host, poor Seth he tried, he started out with some great zingers about cable television and Netflix being the most nominated shows, […]

  Kelly Bedard

TV comedy is in a major phase right now. A shocking amount of the primetime network schedule is made up of sitcoms, while a fair number of hourlong comedies and dramedies still pepper the drama blocks. There are a few standalone hours of network sitcoms- like ABC and NBC’s 9pm Tuesday offerings (Happy Endings & […]

  Kelly Bedard

Before we announce the winners of the 2011 My TV Awards, we’re proud to present the My TV Nominee Interview Series. One of the Best Young Actors working on television today is Ariel Winter, the charming and oh-so-bright star of Modern Family. A scene-stealer amidst TV’s most lauded ensemble cast, 14-year-old Ariel plays Alex, the endlessly smart and […]

  Kelly Bedard

Tonight’s episode of Modern Family was one of the best yet from the Emmy-sweeping series. I’m not usually as enamoured with the show as the rest of the world is (though I’m endlessly grateful that longstanding favourites Ty Burrell and Jesse Tyler Ferguson are finally getting recognition). I always get very frustrated when entire award categories […]

  Kelly Bedard

This week featured the brilliant premieres of Modern Family and Big Bang Theory. Amidst full hours of comedy on both fronts (some of their best episodes to date), two supporting characters showed the incredible bench depth of both series. The first episode of Modern Family* sported a fantastic subplot about Haley’s boyfriend Dylan (Reid Ewing). […]

True Love: Other Stuff Edition
  Kelly Bedard

It’s Valentine’s time and TV is in full romantic bloom. Here are our favourite romantic episodes of the week: 1) Glee  (We’ve covered this already. Twice) 2) Community (This too. Just once) 3) Modern Family The reprisal of Clyve and Juliana, Gloria turning Valentine’s day into a competition, Manny’s quest for Hayley’s love, Cam and […]

TV Stars in The Movies
  Rachael Nisenkier

The holiday movie rush has produced some truly excellent and some disappointing fare. But one thing has remained true: TV stars are really bringing it to the big screen this season. Click on the movie titles to read reviews from our sister site My Cinema. First there’s the rush of TV faces who play a […]

Words To Live By from ‘Modern Family’
  Kelly Bedard

“This is the funny thing about growing up. For years and years, everybody’s desperately afraid to be different in any way. And then, suddenly, almost over night, everybody wants to be different. And that is where we win” – Mitchell (Modern Family)

  Tim Collins

Wednesday night comedy is back. And I’m still on board. After the holiday hiatus, both Modern Family and Cougar Town returned tonight with new episodes. I spent the majority of the day catching up on the latest episodes (give a guy a break…apparently re-watching the entire series of Lost takes some time). Based on the […]

  Kelly Bedard

Manny: the only truly great thing about super overrated ABC sitcom Modern Family is the creepily mature, naively proud and generally delightful stepson/uncle/brother Manny (Rico Rodriguez). One Tree Hill: Julian’s adventures into brohood, Nathan’s willing decent from superman status, Brooke/Haley bonding time, some fun Skills moments and a good campfire nanny Carrie story= one very […]

ABC Hires My TV’s Favourite Actors
  Kelly Bedard

Tonight played host to 3 different ABC premieres. The highly lauded Modern Family stars My TV favourites Ty Burrell (as a scene-stealing “cool dad”) and Jesse Tyler Ferguson (who I’ve liked since his days in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) and is generally less interesting than it is reputed to be. Cougar Town […]