TV Ratings: Grey's Anatomy, AMLT Rise

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It was a solid night in the ratings for some shows, with many rising following Halloween lows. 

Grey's Anatomy was up over 20% in the demo to a 1.3 rating and 6.1 million total viewers. It was also the highest-rated scripted series on the night.

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A Million Little Things Season 2 Episode 7 followe with 4.5 million viewers an a 0.8 rating, up two-tenths week-to-week. 

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How to Get Away with Murder (2.3 million/0.4 rating) was at series lows. 

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Supernatural (1.1 million viewers/0.3 rating) and Legacies (0.8 million/0.2 rating) were steady for The CW. 

Superstore (2.6 million/0.7 rating), Perfect Harmony (2 million/0.5 rating), The Good Place (2 million/0.6 rating), Will & Grace (2.2 million/0.5 rating), and Law & Order: SVU (3.6 million/0.6 rating) were all on par with their most recent results.  

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The decision to replace Sunnyside has resulted in small gains on the night for NBC. 

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Over on CBS, Young Sheldon (8.7 million/1.1 rating), The Unicorn (5.9 million/0.8 rating), Mom (6.2 million/0.8 rating), Carol's Second Act (5 million/0.7 rating), and Evil (3.5 million/0.5 rating) were all on par with their most recent performances. 

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