“Modern Family’s” Julie Bowen is returning to the small screen

Julie Bowen returns to the small screen in a completely different genre after her role as Claire Dunphy in the hit movie Modern Family.

The actress is a familiar face in Hollywood with an impressive resume that spans over two decades. His latest project showcases his versatility as he takes on a somber role unlike his previous comedic performances.

Julie Bowen takes on a darker role in the upcoming Satanic Thriller

In the new series, “Hysteria!”, the star will take on the role of Linda Campbell, the mother of a teenage outcast who finds herself at the center of a series of supernatural disturbances. As Linda navigates the inexplicable events, she begins to question her knowledge of her son and the growing influence of Satanism in their fictional small town.

In his exclusive report DeadlineMatthew Scott Kane, the show’s writer and executive producer, tries to delve into America’s disturbing past, mass hysteria, by documenting the shocking events. a tale of teenage satanic panic.

The series follows a group of high school misfits in the 1980s who take advantage of the growing fear and paranoia surrounding teenage occult activities and present themselves as a satanic gang.

Emma Roberts and Julie Bowen exit WWHL TV tapings

This turns dire when murders, kidnappings, and strange occurrences related to supernatural activity spark a witch hunt against them. The series will be produced by Universal Studio Group, a division of UCP, with a talented team of executive producers including John Francis Daley, Jonathan Goldstein, Chris Bender and Jake Weiner.

Jordan Vogt-Roberts will direct the first episode, while David A. Goodman will serve as showrunner, writer and executive producer. With this team of experienced professionals behind the scenes: “Hysteria!” is poised to be an immersive and exciting addition to the world of television.

Although no other cast has been mentioned, Bowen is also known for her roles on “ER” and the medical series Lost. But despite her extensive TV roles, she will be best remembered as Claire Dunphy, the lovable and quirky mother on “Modern Family.”

However, it turned out that she narrowly missed out on the role that won her two Emmys for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. Bowen was pregnant with twins when she auditioned for the role in 2009 and initially felt insecure about it. baby bump during the casting process.

In 2020, the star of “Boston Legal” narrated it PEOPLE, “I was pregnant with twins and I kept thinking that they wouldn’t hire me. They kept bringing me in and staring at my huge belly and I thought, “I’ll never get this job.”

The concern was justified, as Marc Freeman revealed in his book “Modern Family: The Untold Oral History of One of Television’s Sitcoms” that big names like Lisa Kudrow and Debra Messing were considered.

Julie Bowen at the Inspiration Awards for the Step Up Luncheon

However, luck seemed to be on her side as one of the producers noted that she was in good shape, so she welcomed her twin sons, Gus and Jon, in May 2009, just weeks after landing the role.

Julie Bowen Opens Up About Her Struggle With Eating Disorders As A Teen

The American actress spoke candidly about a time when things weren’t so great. The Blast reported that she struggled with an eating disorder as a teenager and also explained how she struggled with puberty.

During an appearance on “The Tamron Hall Show,” she revealed that her aversion to food was caused by her fear of making mistakes and losing control of her emotions. He admitted that he was always hungry for this decision.

She also explained that she associated messiness, mistakes, and even minor bodily imperfections with a lack of self-control and a feeling of “too much.” He added:

“Being good meant staying within the ranks—literally and figuratively. Holding tight. And that’s my attitude: tight. And by the way, it’s not fun. It’s not a fun way to live.”

The mother-of-three pointed out that her illness was likely a ‘coping mechanism’ as starvation caused a loss of sensation, leaving the body with ‘no time’ to eat.

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