But good news peeps!
We can officially confirm that your fave family comedy has been renewed for two more seasons.
The beloved stars of the award-winning series have signed fresh new contracts to return to the series for a ninth and 10th season, The Hollywood Reporter confirms.
The renewal is for a total of 44 episodes, 22 per season.
Steve Levitan, co-creator/co-showrunner of the series confirmed the news in a statement.
"We are beyond thrilled that we get to spend more time with these characters, these amazing actors, our ridiculously talented writers and our incredible crew — all of whom are like family to us. And the good kind of family, not the kind that argues with you all the time."
Each star has reportedly scored a raise from returning to the series.
"Modern Family has been the centerpiece of our comedy brand for eight seasons and we are thrilled to have it on our schedule for two more years," said ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey. "Steve and Chris have created such endearing characters, and the cast is second-to-none."
He also revealed that the current plan is for the show to finish with season 10.
"I'd like it to go 10 seasons. It seems like a nice, round number. But most importantly, I'd like to end strong. If that means ending it after nine, that's OK. If it means ending it after 10, even better," said Levitan.