Thursday night may have been Thanksgiving, but it was still Thursday, meaning CBS controlled the slow evening.
Overall, CBS averaged a 5.5 rating/11 share, easily beating the 3.3/7 for FOX and ABC. NBC's 2.3/4 was enough for fourth, beating the 1.1/2 for The CW.
FOX grabbed a narrow win among adults 18-49, doing a 2.1 rating in the key demographic. CBS was a close second with a 2.0, followed by the 1.8 rating for ABC and NBC's 1.6 rating. The CW trailed with a 0.6 rating.
CBS kicked the night off in first with a 4.9/10 for a "Survivor: Gabon" recap special. FOX was second with the first hour of the feature "Click," which had a 3.6/7. ABC's "Charlie Brown Thanksgiving" special had a 3.2/7, better than the first hour of "The Incredibles" on NBC. The CW's "Smallville" had a 1.1/2.
At 9 p.m. CBS strengthened its lead with a 6.7/13 for "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation." ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" had a 3.1/6 to grab second, nipping FOX's movie. NBC's Pixar treat had only a 2.0/4 in its second hour, while The CW was last with a 1.0/2 for "Supernatural."
"Eleventh Hour" closed the night in first for CBS with a 4.8/9. ABC aired a second "Grey's Anatomy" episode and got a 3.6/7. NBC was third with the ending of "The Incredibles" and an episode of "The Office."