What do no context groups tell us about insider status?
16 Feb 2022
What do no context groups tell us about insider status?

Following the release of the third season of HBO’s Succession, the interest in ‘no context’ meme accounts has surged. What can this tell us about community, entertainment, and people’s desire to be in the know, and what does the next chapter of audience engagement look like?

Hannah Strong

Hannah Strong is the digital editor at Little White Lies, a world-leading film magazine based in London. She's also the author of Sofia Coppola: Forever Young, and a freelance journalist focussing on pop culture and mental health, with bylines at GQ, Dazed & Confused, Vulture, BBC, and more.

Adrienne Matei

Adrienne Matei is a journalist for publications including the New York Times, Bon Appetit, Vanity Fair, The Globe, and The Guardian. She writes about the intersection of online and offline culture from Gen Zer Tik Tok trends to the digital afterlife.

Marianne Eloise

Marianne Eloise is a journalist and commentator on neurodivergent issues. She has written for publications including The Cut, The New York Times, Courier, Dazed, Vulture, i-D, The Guardian, and Mic.