With the football season winding down, the weekly ratings have a new look. Music was the big winner in Central Florida for the week ending Sunday.

Popular series such as "NCIS" and "The Big Bang Theory" continued to do well in repeats. Friday is a tough night for attracting viewers, but several ABC series jumped into the Top 10.

Here are the week's most-watched programs in prime time:

1. Grammys, CBS, 340,800 viewers

2. "American Idol" Thursday, Fox, 217,600

3. "60 Minutes," CBS, 191,500

4. "American Idol" Wednesday, Fox, 186,400

5. "NCIS," CBS, 179,300

6. "Shark Tank," ABC, 167,000

7. "Last Man Standing," ABC, 160,900

8. "2 Broke Girls," CBS, 159,000

9. "Castle," ABC, 153,300

10. "The Big Bang Theory," CBS, 152,700

The favorite telecasts of the 18-to-49 age group reflect an interest in music and comedy:

1. Grammys

2. "American Idol" Thursday

3. "Modern Family," ABC

4. "American Idol" Wednesday

5. "How I Met Your Mother," CBS

6. "Revolution," NBC

7. "Shark Tank"

8. "2 Broke Girls"

9. "The Middle," ABC

10. "Sleepy Hollow," Fox

The most-watched sports telecast was football: The Pro Bowl on NBC drew nearly 111,500.