“Trendy Household” star Jesse Tyler Ferguson confirmed the script for the present’s hotly-talked-about spinoff is Dunphy-nitely accomplished.
The beloved actor — who starred as Mitchell Pritchett all through the ABC present’s length from 2009 till 2020 — revealed the script is but to be picked up by a community.
Chatting with ET on Sunday, the five-time Emmy award nominee was requested in regards to the chance of followers getting their “Trendy Household” repair with a brand new spinoff present.
“The script’s on the market and it’s excellent,” he instructed the outlet. “So , who is aware of? If somebody needs to provide it, perhaps.”
Created by Steven Levitan and Christopher Lloyd, the home comedy revolves round prolonged household relations consisting of three separate households.
Two years after the hit sitcom got here to an in depth on ABC, a by-product might at some point be within the works. REUTERS
The present gained 5 consecutive Emmy Awards for finest comedy sequence from 2010 to 2014 and picked up numerous different awards, from Peabody honors to SAG, DGA, WGA, and PGA kudos.
Throughout an look on “Watch What Occurs Stay” final month, Ferguson instructed host Andy Cohen there have been “discussions” about an offshoot, however stated ABC in the end “determined in opposition to it.”
“There have been discussions,” Ferguson defined, including, “We had been on for 11 years. I believe they have been prepared to maneuver in a unique path.”
The spinoff would’ve caught up with Ferguson and his on-screen husband Eric Stonestreet’s characters Mitchell Pritchett and Cameron Tucker as they moved to Missouri with their two youngsters.
“I believe they have been simply questioning if perhaps that is the correct household to nonetheless inform the story,” Ferguson added.
After over a decade on air, the long-lasting ABC hit had its season finale in 2020. ABC through Getty Pictures
The Put up reached out to Levitan and Lloyd’s reps for remark.