Quitters follows hosts Julie Bowen and Chad Sanders as they explore what people have left behind to move forward. Each week, Julie and Chad sit down with guests from all walks of life and get into the nitty gritty of their quitting journeys. Whether the guest’s quit is in the past, ongoing, or in the hopeful future, our hosts encourage guests to be open and authentic. Quitting doesn’t always have to be negative. Let Julie and Chad walk with you through addition by subtraction. Come quit with us.
Season 1 Finale
This week’s Quitters episode is the final episode of Season 1. In a conversation between Julie and chad, they talk about teenage racial experiences, unwanted sexual attention and confusing power dynamics.
They also announce their plans for Quitters Season 2 which will premiere this Fall with video!
The Quitters team would like to thank their Season 1 guests, producers, editors and most of all, the fans for sticking with then on this adventure.
See you soon.
This week's special guest is a talented writer, lawyer, mother and oh yeah, Chad’s sister… Shannon Sanders! Shannon joins Julie and Chad to talk about a number of things she had to quit during the pandemic to focus on the things that truly matter to her: her family and her writing.
Elyse Myers was enjoying her life as a web developer in Nebraska before her almost overnight rise to Tik-Tok fame. She quit her day job to focus on creating content as new people and things rushed into her life.
She talks to us about how she realized it was time to quit and focus on her content, how her unexpected fame impacts her family, growing up poor in California and chasing a guy to Australia in her dating years.
This week’s Quitter is Hollywood veteran Ariel Winter, who just underwent a massive quit by leaving her life and home in Los Angeles.
Ariel opens up about having her body objectified as she grew up on TV and choosing to prioritize herself. She reveals why she left LA, her complicated relationship with fame and how she thinks about social media.
Today's quitter, Sam Richardson [Veep, Detroiters, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates], sits down with us to discuss quitting sugar and eating 2-3 steaks in one sitting, how patience has affected his career, how moving from Ghana to Detroit at 9 years old has shaped his worldview and confidence, and more!
This week’s Quitter is the vulnerable, talented recording artist, Ashe! She opens up about losing her brother to an overdose during the rise of her stardom, becoming famous during a global pandemic and why she quit a toxic marriage.
I love this podcast!!! It’s so fun to get to see these two in such an authentic way and get to know them as well as the guests!! I can’t wait for season 2! Thank you guys!!!! 💗💗💗
Sam Richardson episode
A content warning would’ve been appreciated regarding eating disorders but i do love this show
Do an nba review!! Julie's anti GSW (steph & dray) vs chad's pro would be hilarious!! Bring back Ty for this!