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The Undercovers
They are Federal Law Enforcement’s greatest allies in the war on drugs, terrorism, organized gangs, and arms dealing. Their life and work includes some of the most unbelievable, adventurous, shockingly, violent, and harrowing stories imaginable. They are The Undercovers, a new podcast thriller hosted by Ed O’Neill (Modern Family). Season 1 tells the remarkable story of DEA agent Edward Follis, the primary undercover agent for the operation that took down Taliban/Al-Qaeda financial patron and global drug trafficking kingpin Haji Juma Khan, a confederate of Osama Bin Laden. From...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 879 ratings
Amazing!!!
I just found this podcast and I am hooked! Ed O’Neil’s voice is amazing! It brings so much power to every episode. I can’t wait for season two.
i fart fairy dust via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/26/21
Good Subject Matter
The subjects of each episode are interesting. The manner of presentation could use upgrading. All in all intriguing and interesting.
Bx Tale via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/11/21
Where is season two?? Just found this podcast! Cant wait!
Stephinwv1 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/19/21
Recent Episodes
Ed O’Neill interviews Mark Ramsey, one of the creator/producers of “The Undercovers,” as well as meeting the Hollywood actors behind the voices: Sam Daly, Eric Etebari, and Sam Fusaro.  
Published 11/26/19
Published 11/26/19
Ed O’Neill shares the studio with three additional undercover agents, whose stories will be the subject of future seasons: Hector Berrellez, Billy Queen and Paul Lipscomb. Ed also receives a special call from the godfather of all undercovers, the man best known as the real-life “Donnie Brasco,”...
Published 11/19/19
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