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(PRWEB) February 07, 2013 recently published an article about the importance of Cameron Scott Tucker coming back to 'Modern Family'. The site covers a range of entertainment news. 'Modern Family' is one of the most popular shows in America and certainly one of the most popular shows amongst readers of

Megan Weed, an editor at commented on the decision to publish the article: "When the news initially came out that some of the major actors on the show might now be returning, it was a major shock. Cameron Scott Tucker is one of my personal favorite TV characters, and I know that I am not alone. We decided to write about how important his presence on the show is because we feel it is an interesting subject for our readers. Hopefully publishing this article will keep our readers and editorial staff on the same page and let readers know we understand what is important to them." and TV fans everywhere breathed a collective sigh of relief when ABC's most loved show, 'Modern Family' returned for a fourth season. A recent report on has revealed how ecstatic 'Modern Family' fans are to see Cameron Scott Tucker and the rest of the cast brightening the small screen once again.

The future of the show was in question over the summer after a heated lawsuit and pay dispute erupted between the show's actors and 20th Century Fox. Tensions were high over the summer as the stars from ABC's hit show 'Modern Family' negotiated a pay raise with 20th Century Fox, the show's producers. The matter was not quickly settled and fans, fearing an extensive delay or cancellation of the comedy, waited anxiously for a positive resolution. With the dispute now just a memory, has reported how happy the show's fans appear to be now that Mitchell and his over-the-top partner Cameron Scott Tucker have returned.

According to the article, 'Cameron Scott Tucker's larger than life persona compliments Mitchell's edgy persona which in our opinion makes the show one of the best currently on TV.' The article went on to add that Eric Stonestreet, the actor who plays Cameron Scott Tucker, is entirely worthy of his significant pay raise which, according to an article in USMagazine, estimates to have increased from around $65,000 per episode to about $175,000 per episode.

Stonestreet was not the only actor to receive a new pay deal, as Sofia Vergara, Ed O'Neill, Julie Bowen, Ty Burrell, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson were all involved in the lawsuit against Fox. The original lawsuit claimed that the actor's contracts were in violation of a California law, which prevents service contracts from surpassing seven years.

The story went to express how the show would not be the same if even one character had not returned, as they each add a special dynamic to the series. However, Cameron Scott Tucker holds a special place in viewer's hearts. It seems all parties involved, including 20th Century Fox, the cast and especially the fans are delighted with the fourth season's stellar reception, which has garnered more viewers than any other previous season.

"Cameron Scott Tucker is a beloved character, and 'Modern Family' is one of the best TV shows produced in a long time. This story is definitely something worth talking about," said editor Megan Weed. "When movies and shows extend beyond mere pop culture and become something bigger, that's the sort of thing we want to be a part of and bring to our readers."

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