Essay On Modern Family

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Modern Family is a hilarious sitcom that depicts the diversity of today’s American family and is one of the highest rated comedy shows on TV. The show, which is produced by ABC was a success from the first season with over seven million viewers and grew to more than fourteen million views by season three. The shows underlying message, that there is more than just one kind of family and that we are all crazy is done with a kind humor that is a refreshing change from the modern reality TV we now see on most nights. The comedy combined with diversity and great acting makes this show attracting to a broad range of viewers and proves that everyone loves a good laugh. One reason Modern Family has been a continued success over the years is their dedication to what the show was made to be, a comedy. TV has something for every pallet. If you feel like watching a reality show, a suspense or maybe you want to sit down to a good documentary, you can find it by switching enough channels, however nothing helps to distress a hard day then more than a good laugh. The show has a unique style of addressing everyday life and even hard subjects such as death, puberty, or even racial tension with a comedic humor and style that puts a smile on your face and lets you forget the hardship of life, even if it is just for thirty…show more content…
The show has successfully introduced a gay couple, a marriage with a huge age gap and the dysfunctional family we all see in our own house in a funny and believable storyline. The family of today is not just your stereotypical husband and wife with two kids. The family of the modern day is full of single parents, gay couples, interracial relationships and so much more. Modern Family skillfully addresses what it’s like to have a family in today’s times with a loving humor that welcomes diversity and the diverse viewers it was created
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