Eager for more Looking for LaToya? You’re in luck! This season’s show-within-a-show on Insecure, which is a faux true-crime docuseries, is getting a one-off podcast in collaboration with Issa Rae’s Raedio and Tenderfoot TV
Tenderfoot is the creator of the critically-acclaimed true-crime podcasts Up and Vanished, To Live and Die in LA, and Atlanta Monster. The podcast will feature the voices of the show-within-a-show’s stars, Terri J. Vaughn, Ray J, Porsha Williams, Kandi Burruss-Tucker and Carl Anthony Payne
“It’s been an honor to partner with Tenderfoot TV to produce the Looking For LaToya podcast. Their team has incredible skills and brings an uncompromised passion to the podcast space. With Raedio being an audio everywhere company with roots in music and storytelling the ‘Looking For LaToya’ project was a seamless next step as we develop our slate of content,” said Benoni Tagoe, President of Raedio.
“Partnering with Issa Rae and her incredibly talented team is an honor,” said Donald Albright, President of Tenderfoot TV. “Insecure is a phenomenal series that highlights the beauty and the struggle of the black experience in both a humorous and respectful way. There is always a message and a larger point behind the humor, which holds true on Looking For Latoya. I look forward to bringing a new side of Looking for LaToya to life, and sharing this episode with podcast listeners and fans of the show.”
The show debuts across all podcast platforms on June 12. Listen to a trailer below:
The podcast is directed by Amy Aniobi, executive producer of Insecure, and written by Chris Sanford and Kindsey Young, writers for Insecure. It is produced by Tenderfoot TV and Raedio with Issa Rae, Benoni Tagoe (Raedio), Deniese Davis (Issa Rae Productions) and Donald Albright (Tenderfoot TV) serving as Executive Producers. Additional production services were provided by Atlanta-based production company Swirl Films.