“Modern Family” is coming to an end after a decade on ABC. The upcoming episodes will be the last for the series as viewers gear up to say goodbye to the Dunphy-Tucker-Pritchett family.

ABC Entertainment president Karey Burke made the big announcement at the 2019 Television Critics Association winter press tour in February. Calling the sitcom one of the “most seminal and iconic comedies in television history,” she promised the sendoff would be full of “milestone events that anyone who has been a fan of the series won’t want to miss."

Before the show’s Season 11 premiere on, here’s everything we know about the last season.

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ABC’s “Modern Family” stars Nolan Gould as Luke Dunphy, Ariel Winter as Alex Dunphy, Ty Burrell as Phil Dunphy, Julie Bowen as Claire Dunphy and Sarah Hyland as Haley Dunphy. ABC/Robert Ashcroft

Haley As A Mom

The last season finale saw Haley Dunphy (Sarah Hyland) welcome twins with her longtime boyfriend Dylan (Reid Ewing). Nolan Gould, who plays her on-screen brother Luke, revealed that viewers will see her transition into motherhood in the premiere.

“I know that... at least in the first episode, with the Dunphys, is going to be involving Haley’s twins, and seeing the family life, how they react and how’s she is a mother,” he revealed to PopCulture.com in August.

Premiere Synopsis

As Gould revealed, ABC’s synopsis for episode 1 confirms the series will dive right into Haley’s parenting plans. “Haley is determined to follow the advice in her parenting books with the twins, but Phil [Ty Burrell] and Claire [Julie Bowen] think their old methods are better,” reveals the summary.

Elsewhere in the premiere, Manny (Rico Rodriguez) will direct Jay’s (Ed O'Neill) dog bed commercial with the hopes of winning his ex-girlfriend back.

The episode, titled “New Kids on the Block,” was written by Paul Corrigan and Brad Walsh, and directed by Gail Mancuso.

A Modern Spinoff?

While “Modern Family” may be going off-air, Gould said he would welcome any potential spinoffs for his character. “I’m one hundred percent on board for a spinoff or a reboot or anything,” Gould told PopCulture.com. “I love this show, and honestly I could see myself doing this for the rest of my life.”

Gould may just get his wish. In August, Burke told Deadline that Haley’s new mom story seemed perfect for a spinoff. “I get smacked down every time I bring it up to [co-creator] Steve Levitan, so I’m going to stay quiet for a little while,” she said. “They’ve just started production on the final season — I was at the first table read last week, which was so great, and I’m going to let them focus on that.”

The Original Ending

While the Season 11 ending is being kept under wraps, Gould revealed that viewers already saw the show’s originally planned close. In Season 10, which was expected to be the show’s last season, Cam (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) show off Haley’s twins to the tune of “Circle of Life.” They did the exact same thing with their daughter Lilly (now played by Aubrey Anderson-Emmons), in the show’s opener.

“Season 10 was supposed to be our last, so our season finale last year where we do the ‘Circle of Life’ ending, that was kind of always meant to be the end of the show,” Gould told PopCulture.com. “Like, that’s how in their vision they saw the show ending and getting wrapped up. Then we weren’t suppose to get picked up for another season, but we did. So it’ll definitely be interesting to see, because they have a brand new season in line and all kinds of new story lines and where it goes, I don’t know.”

The Season 11 Finale

As for how the upcoming season will end, Burrell said he’s completely unaware. "I don't know what the ending is," he told E! Online in August before darkly quipping, "It could be a fiery car crash."

The First Table Read

Just like viewers, the cast is also struggling to say goodbye to the beloved TV family. Burrell told press at the TCAs that the last first table read was emotional.

"The first ‘first last' was the table read and it was actually...fairly emotional, but I still feel like we won't really start feeling it until we get closer to the end. I think right now we're all just feeling so grateful for the time that we've had, for the 11 years that we've all been on such a special ride that it's not feeling like the end yet, when I think the end is going to be hard—be genuinely hard.”

“Modern Family” airs its final season premiere on Wednesday, Sept. 25, at 9 p.m. EST on ABC.