ESPN was the most watched prime-time cable network, averaging 3.2 million a week. CNN had 3.1 million, MSNBC had 2.7 million, and HGTV had 1.1 million.

ABC’s “World News Tonight” topped the nightly news ratings with an average of 10.3 million viewers. NBC’s “Nightly News” had 8.5 million and the “CBS Evening News” had 6.3 million.

For the week of January 11-17, the top 20 prime-time programs, their networks and viewers:

1. NFC Playoff: Tampa Bay, New Orleans, Fox, 35.5 million.

2. NFL Playoff: Baltimore in Buffalo, NBC, 26.2 million.

3rd College Football Championship: Ohio State, Alabama, ESPN, 18.5 million.

4. NFL Pregame, NBC, 18.3 million.

5. NFC Postgame, Fox, 18 million.

6. College Football Prelude, ESPN, 12.8 million.

7. “60 minutes”, CBS, 10.57 million.

8. “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune”, ABC. 7.8 million.

9. Chicago Med, NBC, 7.6 million.

10. Chicago Fire, NBC, 7.3 million.

11. “Chicago PD”, NBC, 6.6 million.