The Long running sitcom series Modern Family ended earlier this week. The series featured Mitchell and Cameron – a gay couple as a lead role and how the duo got married, adapted into their family and adopted children was the featured story.
In a recent interview with the show creator, writer and producer Steve Levitan and Christopher Lloyd said that a sequel series of modern family is focused on the characters of Mitchell Pritchett and Cameron Tucker. Steve Levitan said, “I think that there are a couple of writers who are thinking about well, is there a Mitch and Cam spinoff, but they’re literally just thinking about it. They are using the time right now to think.”
Christopher Lloyd stated that the end of Modern family showing Mitch and Cam move to Missouri with their adopted children has opened a possibility of a show sequel but he also said that he is not sure if that will happen and it would be ‘really dumb to not explore that.’ He said, “We don’t want to jump into something like that, particularly because Modern Family is a tough act to follow, but that is a possibility.”
If you have not yet watched the show Modern Family – watch it right now when we are under quarantine. Because, it is a show that has an happy ending of the Gay couple without any stereotypes attached to the LGBTQ community. The stars who play the role of Mitchell and Cameron are Jesse Tylor Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet.
Modern Family, to me personally was an amazing show. I practically binged to the entire 10 Season and was eagerly waiting for Season 11. It did rip my heart when the show ended but it was the best of all the sitcoms I have ever watched. It was a sitcom that attracted a large audience after the series ‘Friends‘.
A similarity between these two shows is that both the series openly telecasted a Homosexual Wedding and upbringing of children without any stereotype attached to them. Unlike ‘Modern Family’, ‘Friends’ did not have the show revolving around the Lesbian couple; but these two shows did not have the social stigma of even one percent that is associated with the LGBTQ+ community.