The show will also follow the drama that followed her husband Oliver Curtis when he was convicted of insider trading in 2016.
WATCH: Roxy and her husband Oliver open up about his time in jail
During the podcast, Roxy admitted that she isn't very affectionate with her husband, which may be the cause of her concern!
"There were a few times when the producers said to me [and asked], 'Do you actually like your husband?' and I said, 'Yes! But I can't shake him,'" she said.
Produced by her close friend Micahel Wipfli— who you may know as Wippa of Fitzy & Wippa— the show will also provide an inside look into the Sydney socialite's life with her husband Oliver Curtis and their two young children, Pixie and Hunter.
However, the star had to convince her husband of allowing cameras into their office and home.
Earlier this week, the PR queen admitted to fans that she suffered from an eating disorder, but no longer starves herself.
With her weight once plummeting to a dangerously low 45 kilograms, she says she's now much more relaxed when it comes to her diet and fitness routine. Speaking to the Daily Mail, she says she's "no longer starving herself" and instead enjoys three healthy meals and snacks.
"Breakfast is now a Di Stefano skim piccolo and UberEats porridge from Indigo Double Bay, or a bagel with Vegemite from Smoking Gun Bagels," the 39-year-old said. "Lunch at the moment is soups at the office, partly because this winter has been so freezing!"
In the evening, the mum-of-two says she relies on her housekeeper to make "incredible dishes like seafood paella or chicken pie" so she can spend time with her daughter Pixie and son Hunter.
Roxy says she later decided to turn her life around so she could be a better mother to her two little ones.
"I had to make changes to be able to be a good mother, have the ability to focus, and to be healthy," she told the Daily Mail.