The Anna Delvey Show
Not another show about Anna Delvey. The first time audiences hear from the actual Anna Delvey. Season One is recorded from house arrest in NYC's east village. The Anna Delvey Show is a weekly podcast that explores the preconceived notions of rule breakers, effects of adversity, validity of existing systems and status quo in conversations with guests who are experts in their fields. Covering wide-ranging topics from intersections between art, politics, fashion, music, tech, film, law and finance, it will move beyond tired notions of what's right and wrong.
James Marriot • The Times UK • Jun 29, 2023
"The Anna Delvey Show is definitely not morally improving, but I suppose it can be recommended as a surreal lesson in the ways in which the modern jargon of social justice, mental-health awareness and corporate uplift can be repurposed to justify anything you want, even crime."
Fiona Sturges • Financial Times • Jun 25, 2023
"Where to start with the calamity that is The Anna Delvey Show? ...there is no escaping her awkwardness and her singular lack of charisma and curiosity. The whole exercise feels cynical, pointless and, in capitalising on its host’s fraudster status, pretty tasteless to boot. By now, we have surely reached the bottom of the celebrity podcast barrel."
Nicholas Quah • Vulture • Jun 15, 2023
"In the age of constant reinvention via podcast, The Anna Delvey Show makes for a textbook public-relations play....anybody going in with an interest in learning what Delvey really thinks about anything might need to modulate their expectations. There is an obvious question to be asked of all this. To what extent is The Anna Delvey Show part of some bigger con? But it’s a boring inquiry. Of course it’s part of a bigger con. What is social-media celebrity if not an elaborate act of public performance and obfuscation for financial gain? At least, with the prospect of getting more insight into one of the weirder spectacles in recent memory, you might actually be able to get something back as the mark."
Lauren Passell • Podcast The Newsletter • Jun 12, 2023
"It is not good but interesting. She giggles more than talks. The end is where things get good...The ability to sit back in silence is something Anna has, it’s what got her famous in the first place."
Rachel Cunliffe • New Statesman • Jun 8, 2023
"...she trills in the trailer, over a jangly pop tune that sounds like music for a tampon advert.Delvey isn’t normal. Within five minutes she and Cummings are justifying cheating your way to the top and musing on what “criminal” really means. After that, it becomes unlistenable: an hour-long asinine rant about how blonde women have it easier than brunettes and the perils of dating men in New York, underpinned by lots of manic giggling. We’re not going to learn anything about Delvey, except that she still doesn’t think she did anything wrong. This podcast serves no purpose but to relaunch her brand. The scary thing is, it will probably work."