Sponsored Sessions | Roundtable: Modern Family, brought to you by USA Network

According to the U.S. Census, only 4% of American families today consist of a married couple where the wife stays home, the husband works and their biological children are under 18. Never mind the Joneses, today’s homes are much more a family portrait that includes single moms, stay-at-home-dads, grandparents who are doubling as “new” parents, and a generation of "adult children" who have no immediate plans to leave home.

That might explain why the Dunphy's, Prichetts, and Tucker-Pritchetts of the hit TV series, "Modern Family" are some of the most beloved and relatable characters on all of television today. With "Modern Family," joining USA Network in cable syndication this Fall, NBCUniversal Integrated Media's research team took a deeper look at the 21st century family in a special edition of "The Curve Report."

USA Network is excited to bring this captivating research to BlogHer ’13 with an interactive panel celebrating the changing shape of the modern family.

Panelists: Elaine Ko, Melissa Lavigne-Delville, Casey Carey-Brown, Doug French, and Thien-Kim Lam
Moderator: Cat Greenleaf