14 episodes

Social Squad takes you behind the scenes of some of Australia's most influential women who are disrupting the media landscape on their own terms. Hosted by former reality star and influencer, Tully Smyth, each episode peers into the life of a particular influencer, taking a look behind the feeds and filters to find out what her life is really like.

Social Squad Mamamia

    • Business
    • 3.8, 475 Ratings

Social Squad takes you behind the scenes of some of Australia's most influential women who are disrupting the media landscape on their own terms. Hosted by former reality star and influencer, Tully Smyth, each episode peers into the life of a particular influencer, taking a look behind the feeds and filters to find out what her life is really like.

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5
475 Ratings

475 Ratings

NaeOz ,

Giving this 4 stars because...

It has potential.

Tully is warm, engaging and entertaining BUT we get it, you hate the term ‘Influencer’!

If you don’t want to appear vapid, it’s time to not sound it. Tully has a lot to offer. I can not feel sorry for a person that describes attending free events as a long day of work. I want to understand, that’s why I’m listening!

Please peel back the layers of your ‘job’ and stop trying to convince us ‘it’s harder than it looks’ tell us how.

I’m hopeful that Tully will be allowed to grow in this role and the podcast will have more substance that what I have heard so far.

I’m hanging in there despite the sometimes cringeworthy moments. Has loads of potential

Melbourne Morgan ,

Formulaic interviews

I enjoyed listening to the first couple of podcasts, but grew tired of hearing the same story over and over again. The host reads through the same questions in the same order each week and struggles to have real, in depth conversations with her guests. Perhaps this is something she will be able to do with experience and confidence.

sez11111 ,

Has potential

It is a true shame mamamia has Tully record this so quickly and entirely before even one episode was released. I feel if she had some of this feedback this podcast would be much better. Some episodes can be really cringe to listen to and it would have been great if Tully had more time to prepare and whoever produced the podcast to give it a bit more direction so you can gain an insight into the behind the scenes of an influencer. I reckon most of the problems lie in the production rather than the host so if it gets a second series or some type of reboot with more of a vision it could be wonderful.

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