‘Modern Family’ is the killing of a ‘significant’ character in season 10, co-creator Christopher Lloyd told Entertainment Weekly in a new interview published Thursday.
Get your tissues out “Modern Family” fans, according to the series’ co-creator, a “major character” is going to die in the upcoming season.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly published on Thursday, Christopher Lloyd told the outlet that she “for the handling of some of the great events in the life” in season 10, premiere on Sept. 26, including death.
It is “certainly a topic that families have to deal with, and on the television, it is not easy to do, because that is a heavy topic,” he says, adding that “at the same time, seems unusual for a family not to go through.”
Although Lloyd kept tight lips on that character would be, he did indicate that it was an “important character in the series.”
“[The death] will be a moving event — an event that has consequences for the different episodes,” he notes.
Last year, Lloyd warned that season 10 of the hit series, which first aired in 2009, would be the last.
“Our original goal was to just stay in the air,” he told Deadline in August 2017. “After a while, however, we felt we can control our own destiny, and 10 sounded like a nice round number.”
At the time, Lloyd went on to explain that they were busy discussing how they want the final moments of the show, saying that the things ideal at the end of the way they began – with a big family event.
However, he made clear that he would be back if ABC asked them to mush on past Season 10, but he is also willing to say “goodbye” to the hit series after a ten year.