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Author: Wondery

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Our lives can be crazy, but you can take a break from it all with Wondery’s new series, Even the Rich, where co-hosts Brooke Siffrinn and Aricia Skidmore-Williams pull back the curtain and chat about someone else’s craziness for a change. They tell stories about some of the greatest family dynasties in history, from the Murdochs to the Royals to the Carters (Jay-Z and Beyoncé, that is). Because as Queen Elizabeth once said, “A good gossip is a wonderful tonic.”

31 Episodes
Even The Rich premieres March 17th.
Silvio Berlusconi was a charismatic multi-millionaire real-estate mogul who upended the Italian political order and hypnotized an entire nation. He was the longest-serving prime minister of one of the world’s wealthiest countries, until he was brought down by three powerful women - and two words: “Bunga Bunga.” From Wondery, the makers of Dirty John and The Shrink Next Door, and hosted by comedian Whitney Cummings, “Bunga Bunga” is an eight part series on the incredible true story of the rise and fall of Silvio Berlusconi, told with Whitney’s signature wit and style.Listen to Podcast:
How did Meghan Markle go from a game-show hostess to the fiancee of a prince, and then decide “Nah, not for me”? Harry and Meghan’s decision to step back as royals took the world — and their family — by complete surprise. In our first four-episode series, we ask: Was the writing on the wall? And what did everyone wear along the way?Support us by supporting our sponsors!Thredup — Visit for an extra 30% your orderZola — Go to and use promo code SAVE50 for 50% save the dates
Meghan and Harry’s wedding is set to have snipers, Oprah, and a half-a-million dollar wedding dress. It’ll be just perfect. But then Meghan’s family comes out of the woodwork, and things go off the rails fast.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Mejuri — Head to for 10% off your first order
Diana Spencer is nineteen years old and engaged to the future King of England. Basically, she seems to be living out a Cinderella fantasy. But Diana is not insanely happy. Instead, she later calls her wedding the worst day of her life. Being married to Charles, it turns out, is not a fairy tale.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Rothy's — Check out all the styles at
Diana gives birth to a redhead. (It’s Harry. Duh.) Unfortunately, Charles doesn’t seem to care. Convinced that her husband has given up on their marriage, Diana sets off on a journey to find herself and reclaim some independence... And don’t think we’ve forgotten about Harry and Meghan! In our final episode, the newlyweds start plotting their Megxit. And now that they’re moving to Los Angeles, we’re totally gonna be friends.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Mejuri — Head to for 10% off your first order
We're not done with the Royals yet! Today, on a special interview episode, we’re talking to two phenomenal guests. First, NPR’s London correspondent Frank Langfitt tells us what it’s been like covering Megxit. And then Mikhaila Friel — she’s the royals reporter at Insider — takes us behind closed doors at Buckingham Palace and reveals how she became WhatsApp pals with a bona fide royal.To check out some of Frank’s incredible reporting, follow this link: to read Mikhaila's latest scoop visit:’re back next with a brand new series about one of the most influential, and rivalrous, families in the world: The Murdochs.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Bombas — Get 20% off your first purchase at — Get an extra 30% off your first order at
The Murdochs - Rupert | 1

The Murdochs - Rupert | 1


What’s black and white and read all over the world? In this new four-part series, we look at the in-fighting, back-stabbing, and the many marriages of Rupert Murdoch and his children. The fight in the Murdoch clan to take over the media tycoon’s empire is so juicy that it inspired HBO’s hit series “Succession.” Well, we have a secret: the real-life story is even juicier. The true heir will control a multi-billion dollar conglomerate with the power to elect presidents. In this episode, young Rupert Murdoch transforms a single newspaper into a global media empire. He hopes one of his kids will take over someday. There’s only one problem: Rupert can’t decide which kid.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Rothy's — Check out the amazing selection of shoes and bags at — Go to for 10% off your first orderDaily Harvest — Visit and use promo code RICH for $25 off your box
Rupert becomes the hopeless cliche of a much older rich man caught up in a whirlwind romance with a younger woman who works for him. He sees a chance at happiness, but his kids see something else entirely — a threat to their inheritance.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Mejuri — For 10% off your first order go to
The phone-hacking scandal doesn’t just threaten to bring down Rupert Murdoch’s empire: it might also tear apart his family. Siblings blame siblings. Rupert plays favorites. And Wendi seeks shelter from the storm ... in the arms of another man.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Daily Harvest — Use the promo code RICH at for $20 off your first boxBombas — Go to for 20% off your first purchase
All good things must come to an end, right? Try telling that to Rupert Murdoch. In his eighties, the billionaire tycoon shows no sign of slowing down. But let’s face it: the guy must be exhausted. His company is mired in scandal — again — and he’s facing tougher competition than ever before. Don’t even get us started on his sons, Lachlan and James, who are so pissed at each other they’re about ready to rip off their shirts and fight it out. Something’s gotta give or else Rupert’s empire, the one he spent his whole life building, might just crumble. Be sure to check out “Planet Fox,” the incredible three-part story about the Murdochs that ran in the New York Times Magazine: us by supporting our sponsors!Rothy's — Check out
We thought we knew everything about the Murdochs. Then we met Ken Auletta. He's one of the best media reporters in the biz — four decades at The New Yorker, a handful of bestsellers under his belt, and quite a few encounters with the Murdochs along the way. He tells us what the family is like up close, and what the future holds for their diminished empire.Want to read some of Ken’s work? Check out “The Pirate,” his incomparable 1995 profile of Rupert: And don’t miss “The Heiress,” his more recent story about Liz:
James Poniewozik, watches TV all day and gets paid for it. Dream job, right? James is the chief TV critic at the New York Times. He’s also the author of “Audience of One: Trump, Television, and the Fracturing of America.” On this episode, he explains how Rupert Murdoch brought a tabloid sensibility to cable news. Then we talk “Succession.” The Murdoch family feud inspired the HBO drama, but James says the show also takes a page from Greek mythology.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Bombas — Get 20% off your first purchase at
Beyoncé and Jay-Z. They’re not just the first family of hip-hop: they also remind us that magical, luminous, what-I-would-give-to-have-that love really does exist. That’s why this season we’re telling you the story of how two of the biggest stars on the planet came together, launched a billion-dollar music empire, and almost lost it all. In this episode, sparks fly when a pop sensation from Houston and a gifted rapper from Brooklyn meet poolside in Cancun.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Daily Harvest — Go to and use promo code RICH for $25 of your first box.
When Jay-Z and Beyoncé finally get together, it’s not just one of the great love stories of all time: it’s also one of the greatest mergers in American history. So when a sketchy publicist starts spreading rumors with the power to break them up, all hell breaks loose.
Beyonce’s stardom reaches new heights with the release of “Single Ladies.” She’s soaring toward the stratosphere when a nasty rumor pulls her back to earth: someone in her inner circle is stealing from her. What she finds out when she investigates threatens everything she’s spent her whole life building. And in the end, she’ll turn to Jay to help her find a way forward.
Jay-Z, Beyoncé, and Solange walk into an elevator. After that? Well, you've seen the video. The black-and-white footage inspires the tabloids to fire off an endless stream of colorful rumors. And the thing is, some of those rumors might be true. The Carters' marriage is on shaky ground. So they turn to music. It brought them together in the first place. Maybe now it can save their relationship.
Still dying to know more about Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s evolution from music sensations to business moguls? Then you need a little Zack O’Malley Greenburg in your life. Zack is a senior editor at Forbes, where he writes about business and culture. He’s also the author of the fantastic book “Empire State of Mind: How Jay Z Went from Street Corner to Corner Office.” And on this episode, he talks to us about a few of Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s brilliant business moves that we weren’t able to cover on the series. Plus, he tells us how they found their voices on social justice issues.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Daily Harvest — Go to and use promo code RICH for $25 off
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The Gettys | Taken | 1


Paul Getty is just your typical 16-year-old. He lives in Rome with his girlfriend and her twin sister. His hobbies include getting high, clubbing with celebrities, and reading Mickey Mouse comics. And he’s an heir to one of the largest family fortunes ever. It’s a pretty good life — until Paul gets kidnapped. In this four-episode series, we’re bringing you the story of one of the craziest crimes in the history of rich people. It features gangsters and spies, pet lions, severed body parts, and the richest man in the world.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Luminess — Go to to get 60% off your Luminess Silk four-in-one airbrush system.Grubhub — Download the app to get $10 off your order of $30 or more.
JP’s man in Rome, an ex-spook named Fletcher Chace, elbows his way into the kidnapping negotiations and whips up a wild plan to get Gail out of the picture. He wants to run the show, and Paul’s captors are none too pleased. Support us by supporting our sponsors!Awara — To get $350 off, plus 100 trees planted with your purchase, go to and use code RICHDaily Harvest — Go to and use code RICH for $25 off your first boxThredup — Get an extra 30% off your first order at
Comments (28)

Maureen Ojunga

How am I now speaking with an Italian accent after listening to "House of Versace"? 😂 Everyone thinks I have finally lost my marbles. 😂😂 Never mind that I'm loving this podcast all the way in Nairobi, Kenya.

Sep 2nd

Yasmine C

What happens when you're kidnapped and your grandpa, who happens to be one of the richest men in the world, refuses to pay the ransom? I dunno-- but I'm looking forward to finding out in this limited series

Jul 23rd

Vanessa Simonin

I love this podcast, I binged it way too fast. Please keep making more!!! Love both of you ladies 😘😘💜💜⭐⭐

Jul 16th

Abdullah ÖZDEMİR


Jul 14th

Vivian Evans

Your coverage of the Gettys is fantastic by the way!

Jul 11th

Vivian Evans

Do the Maxwells!

Jul 11th


I am not the type that write comments but ... you girls are great! I don't care about the rich and famous but listening to your dynamic on the show is refreshing and fun!

May 31st

Kristine Fazzino

So well done, smart, funny and entertaining. Just love this podcast. 👍

May 23rd

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May 17th

Vivi Jakobsen

Love your podcast

May 14th

Whitney Rodden

This was a breezy listen to binge. Learned so much about the royals. Beware - the accent impressions are terrible!

May 13th

Baby Jay

As an Australian, please no more Australian accents, it's terrible 😂😂 . P.s love the podcast

Apr 28th

Joan Heelan

the giggly girl format is too irritating for me

Apr 25th

Cassie Lynch

same here. wont play or download

Apr 21st

Shauna Toye

Can't play it

Apr 21st

Kari Wierenga

won't download for me

Apr 21st
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Erica F

As an Australian, I can state with 99% certainty that a Jackaroo does not ride around on kangaroos! A Jackaroo or a Jillaroo is a male or female who is novice in the art of a working on a cattle station or sheep station, but gaining experience. They ride horses or motorised machinery. Kangaroos are not to be messed with - the box good 😊

Apr 20th

Jillian Stoyles

I loved this podcast and binged it all in one day. A very entertaining and neutral point of view on The Firm. Highly recommend for Royal watchers but perhaps not the die hards ☺️

Apr 16th

Candice Lescard

oh I am loving this one so far. I know nothing about the Murdochs, so I am excited! You ladies are fabulous!

Apr 15th


Thanks for your good podcasts , it was amazing, only the last episode (6) was boring , especially second part.

Apr 10th
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