Actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson has weighed in on the upcoming Modern Family series finale.
Set to broadcast in the US next Wednesday (April 8), this two-hour swansong for the popular sitcom will be enjoyed by fans in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In conversation with The Wrap, the Mitchell Pritchett star revealed that this will be the first time he's been able to watch the show alongside viewers in real time.
"We had a really nice last few weeks together as a cast and we had a really wonderful wrap party," he said of season 11, "and I'm just really grateful that we got to have that closure."
Jesse added: "I think it's going to be really emotional to watch it on television next week. Now that I don't have anywhere to go, I've been able to sit down and watch the show in real time, which I haven't been able to do before.
"So I think it'll be interesting to watch it while all of our fans are watching it for the first time."
During the interview, the actor also confessed that his "heart hurts for shows" that have been directly affected by the health crisis, like all the Netflix productions shut down temporarily for example.
"I would've been devastated if we wouldn't have been able to finish Modern Family and it just ended sort of ambiguously."
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