'Modern Family' actress launches 'Quitters' podcast on those who left everything behind | Inquirer Entertainment

‘Modern Family’ actress launches ‘Quitters’ podcast on those who left everything behind

/ 10:11 PM February 08, 2022
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“Quitters.” Image: ETX Daily Up

Leave it all behind and start over. This is a thought that has crossed the minds of many Americans since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. A reality that has led to a record number of resignations in the United States in 2021.

Julie Bowen, who you probably know for her role as Claire Dunphy in the series “Modern Family,” has decided to tackle this phenomenon in a podcast. It is with writer Chad Sanders that the duo will launch “Quitters” on Feb. 14. It’s a brand new podcast about those people who decided to leave everything they knew to change their life.


The podcast will collect stories from individuals who had to give up something in order to better move forward and succeed. Whether it’s marriage, work, addictions, phobias, or even gender identity, this podcast will cover many topics.

Julie Bowen and Chad Sanders will welcome famous guests such as talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, singer Meghan Trainor and Ty Burrell, the actor who played Julie Bowen’s on-screen husband in the TV show “Modern Family.”


The “Quitters” podcast will be available on streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Podcast. JB


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