The 2011 Emmy winner for Best Comedy, Modern Family concerns the Pritchett clan of suburban Los Angeles. Jay (Ed O'Neill) sit at its head, and he's a guy's guy in full-on mid-life crisis mode, characterized by his remarriage to a much younger wife, the muy caliente Latina Gloria (Sofía Vergara), whose 11-year-old son, Manny (Rico Rodriguez), is a boy wise beyond his years. Blending together into this new family has quite the learning curve with some culture clashes, a few awkward misunderstandings, and plenty of sweet victories along the way. Jay's grown daughter, Claire (Julie Bowen), has her own family, including her husband Phil (Ty Burrell) and three kids with whom they want that open, healthy, honest relationship. It's not always easy, especially when teenage daughter Haley (Sarah Hyland) is growing up a little too fast, middle daughter Alex (Ariel Winter) is too smart for her own good, and the youngest, Luke (Nolan Gould).is a bit of a scatterbrain. On top of that, Phil wants to be the "cool dad," while Claire is just trying her best to run a tight ship, determined not to let her kids have the rebellious childhood she had.
Meanwhile, Jay's grown son Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and his partner of five years, Cameron (Eric Stonestreet) have adopted a Vietnamese baby. Opposites attract in this household, with Cameron having a wonderfully big personality and maybe a flare for the dramatic, whereas Mitchell is the more serious of the two. They balance each other out and are doting fathers trying to do their best as new parents. In this 24 episode sophomore season, the three families afford an honest and often hilarious look into the sometimes warm, sometimes twisted embrace of the modern family. Bonus features include deleted family interviews, extended and deleted scenes, a hilarious gag reel, a music video, and much more