The next season of 'Modern Family' will be its last

PHOTO: The cast of "Modern Family" appears on an episode of the show.PlayTony Rivetti/ABC
WATCH 'Modern Family' to come back for 11th and final season

"Modern Family" will come back for its eleventh and final season.

Cast members reacted to the news that their five-time Emmy-award winning series, which has been on air for the last 10 years, would come to a close.

Series regulars posted messages reflecting on their time being on the hit show and expressing how emotional the ending will be.

Actor Nolan Gould, who has played Luke Dunphy on the show since its premiere in 2009, posted a cast photo along with a message of appreciation to Instagram.

"Modern Family' was picked up for an 11th and final season," he wrote. "So happy that I get to spend one more year with this cast and crew. And grateful for the run we've had. What a journey it's been. Thanks for taking it with us.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson, who plays Mitchell Pritchett on the show, also reacted in social posts.

"Here are some people you get to see one more season of (if you so choose)," he wrote alongside a montage of cast photos.

"I can’t believe I’ve spent over a decade of my life working with a cast and crew I love so much," he added. "I’m already preparing myself for a VERY emotional last year with my beautiful, hilarious fake family. And thank YOU for watching."

He also tweeted, "Will be hard to say goodbye. Love my family."

Eric Stonestreet, who plays Mitchell's husband on the show, Cam, reflected on the show impacted him.

"I’m so thankful and grateful to have had this job for the last 10 years and that I get to do it for ONE MORE year with this talented group of beauties," he wrote in an Instagram post.

The actor shared a photo he took of himself before an audition in 2009, along with photos of audition scripts and photos with Ferguson.

And he had some advice for his fellow actors.

"Identify and follow your dreams, have unwavering belief in yourself and your talent, surround yourself with good people, be prepared and on time for when a lot of luck and even more persistence crack open that door of opportunity and then blow through it and leave it ALL in the room knowing you did your best," he wrote.

"I’m proof it’s possible for you," he added.

Fans of the hit show won't want to miss the upcoming season.

"In its final season, there will be more milestone events that anyone who has been a fan of the series won't want to miss," Karey Burke, president, ABC Entertainment, said in a statement.

"Modern Family" airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.