ABC aired “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” in place of “Grey’s Anatomy” last night. Not a great idea.The Disney-owned broadcaster network slipped from second place last week to third on Thursday without its hit medical drama kicking off primetime. Not that new runner-up NBC is complaining.CBS won the evening outright with a competitive (but down) “Thursday Night Football” game. Due to the nature of live sports, however, the fast national Nielsen numbers for the so-called “Tiffany Network” are subject to significant adjustment.Also Read: MLB, Fox Are 2 Wins Away From Dream LA v NY World SeriesCBS was first in ratings with a 2.
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