Anna ‘Delvey’ Sorokin, con artist and subject of Netflix’s hit series Inventing Anna, is launching a new podcast series that will allow her to have her own public platform for the first time.
The weekly podcast series, titled The Anna Delvey Show, will feature the convicted fraudster in conversation with a number of celebrity guests, exploring what it means to be a rule breaker in 2023 and the concept of right and wrong. The series is recorded from Sorokin’s East Village apartment in New York, where she is currently under house arrest.
Guests that will feature on the podcast include Sorokin’s long-time best friend Julia Fox, as well as a number of other celebrities including Whitney Cummings, Emily Ratajkowski, Kenny Schachter, Julia Cumming and Jeremy Harris.
“This will be the first time I have my own platform to share my personal views on the public’s fascination with my life story while in conversation with guests across multiple industries including business, media, entertainment, art and more,” said Delvey. “I’m interested in examining how rule breaking can build you up as well as tear you down while also creating a polarising reaction from the public.”
The podcast is produced by podcast studio Audio Up which is behind a number of hit series including Audible original Maejor Frequency, iHeartMedia's Strawberry Spring, Where The Bodies Are Buried, and more. Podcast company Audioboom will also distribute the series.
“The Anna Delvey Show is a truly visceral experience that taps into the public’s fierce fascination with Anna and her public image,” said Audio Up chief creative officer Jimmy Jellinek. “Right or wrong, many of us find ourselves rooting for Anna’s future and that’s what this show examines.”
Although there is no official launch date for the podcast yet, a trailer has been released on the Audio Up YouTube channel.