When will season 9 of Modern Family be on Netflix? Let’s consider when audiences may expect it on the streaming service and how to watch.
Whether you tuned into the documentary series Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer, season 3 of Disenchantment, The Dig or Outside the Wire, we’re sure you have enjoyed a number of new titles on Netflix recently.
However, it’s never just about new offerings when you’re searching the platform’s extensive library.
The beauty of Netflix is that it gives some shows a second life, inviting audiences to binge them who may have missed them the first time around.
This has been the case for Modern Family, but audiences are wondering when they can catch up with their favourite characters in the next season.
So, when will season 9 of Modern Family be on Netflix?
When will season 9 of Modern Family be on Netflix?
- A Netflix release date for Modern Family season 9 is yet to be announced. However, the addition of previous seasons may suggest when it will arrive…
Looking over the February 2021 release schedule for UK Netflix, season 9 of Modern Family is nowhere to be seen.
Seasons 1 through to 7 arrived on the platform back in May 2020, as highlighted by What’s on Netflix. However, season 8 wasn’t made available until November 2020.
Taking this into account, perhaps a pattern will form and season 9 will become available to stream sometime in May 2021.
If you were hoping it would arrive much sooner, there are other ways to access it.
Modern Family season 9: How to watch
Seasons 1-8 of Modern Family are currently available on Amazon Prime Video. However, it costs £14.99 to buy season 9 on Prime.
There are 11 seasons of Modern Family in total and the series is officially finished.
The finale aired in April 2020 and rounded off the series with its 250th episode, split into two parts; it was aptly titled ‘Finale’.
Christopher Lloyd on wrapping up Modern Family
Addressing the finale [no spoilers], co-creator Christopher Llloyd spoke with The Hollywood Reporter:
“The best endings are actually beginnings that don’t try to put a period on a series. To finish everybody with a great final line or we somehow tell the audience what is going to happen to them for the rest of their lives is a mistake. The series is going to live on, the characters are going to live on in the audience’s mind…”
He added: “So, it may be best to set people off on new paths and then let the audience imagine them on those paths and almost let the series live on in each individual viewer’s mind.”
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