Tracey Spicer’s Silent No More delivers 372,000 metro viewers for second episode

The second episode of the ABC’s controversial documentary Silent No More, about the rise of the #MeToo movement in Australia and Tracey Spicer’s involvement with it, has delivered 372,000 metro viewers for its second episode.

The show came under further fire this week as it was revealed some of the victims who have spoken out about their reluctance at being involved with the program may be hit with defamation suits from Spicer. Episode one of the documentary was watched by 425,000 metro viewers. 

Tracey Spicer has come under fire for her involvement in Silent No More

The show went up against Paramedics on Nine (423,000 metro viewers) and more cricket on Seven. Day four of the second test between Australia and Pakistan brought in 468,000 metro viewers for its most-watched session – session two. The dinner break was the next most popular program with 410,000 metro viewers.

For the first time in many weeks, Nine News topped Seven News as the most popular offering, bringing in 905,000 metro viewers at 6.30 against Seven’s 871,000. The second half of Nine News delivered 878,000 and Seven News 874,000.

Ten’s The Amazing Race Australia brought in 611,000 metro viewers and The Project held 485,000.

The Amazing Race took the top spot in all three of the key advertising demographics – 16-39s, 18-49s and 25-54s – followed by The Project in the youngest and Nine News in the latter two.

It was Nine’s night overall with 19.6% channel share and 28.8% as a network. Seven held 14.1% and 25.0% as a network, ABC 12.7% and 17.3% and Ten 12.4% and 19.2%. 9Gem was the most-watched multi-channel with 4.9%.


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