Sofia Vergara Reflects on Modern Family’s Final Table Read

Written by: Rachel Goodman – February 16th, 2020 4:51pm pst

Eleven years after its first season, Modern Family winds down this year,  with the series ending on April 8th. Sofia Vergara posted a picture on Instagram of the final table read, reflecting on the time she spent portraying Gloria.

“Our last table read,” she wrote in the post. “Sad because it’s ending but so grateful and happy to have been able to be part of this family. It has being More than I ever dreamed of or deserved.”

The cast and crew of Modern Family could most recently be seen on the streets of Paris, shooting an episode set in the City of Love.

“It’s great to be here with the cast and crew,” Vergara told People Magazine. “It’s our final trip, so we’re all trying to make it special.”

“Modern Family, our Valentine’s Day episodes, they get pretty crazy so, what better setting,” Rico Rodriguez, who plays Manny, added.

Vergara, as well as others from the cast, have been posting throwback photos all over social media, reflecting on the last eleven years together. Eric Stonestreet has been posting various pictures of himself with other cast members with the song “You’re Going to Miss This” by Trace Adkins playing in the background.

For anyone who hasn’t heard this song, it was a big hit back in 2008 on the country music charts and focused on a young girl who insists on growing up while her parents (and other adults) remind her to slow things down. The message hits us in all the feels, considering we’ve watched the entire cast grow these last eleven years, especially all the kids.

“Omg this is so crazy!” Marianna Hewitt wrote in response to Vergara’s Instagram post announcing the ending of Modern Family. “I still remember the very first season you filmed, I can’t believe it.”

We certainly can’t believe it either.

Be sure to catch the final season of Modern Family, airing on Wednesdays at 9 pm EST on ABC.

About The Author:

Rachel Goodman is a Los Angeles based actress, host, and writer originally from a suburb of Philadelphia, PA. In college, Rachel wrote for the Penn State Abington Literary Review and was an editorialist for The Lion’s Roar and The Montgomery County Ticket.

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