It was business as usual with last week's prime-time ratings.

"ER" came in first, with NBC's other Thursday series nestled in the Top 8.

ABC's "Monday Night Football" took seventh place, while CBS's "60 Minutes" tied for fifth with NBC's drama "Law & Order."

Overall, CBS claimed a narrow win for the week of Dec. 13-19, with an average audience of 13 million viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research figures released today.

NBC ranked second with 12.9 million viewers and ABC had 10.4 million viewers.

Fox had an average prime-time audience of 8.3 million viewers.

Pulling ahead of UPN after two weeks underneath, WB had 3.7 million viewers, while UPN had 3.6 million viewers. The Pax network had 1 million viewers.

"The NBC Nightly News" won the evening news competition with 11.3 million viewers. ABC's "World News Tonight" had 10.7 million viewers, while the "CBS Evening News" had 9.2 million viewers.

For the week of Dec. 13-19, the top 10 shows and their networks were: "ER," NBC; "Frasier," NBC; "Friends," NBC; "Stark Raving Mad," NBC; tied: "60 Minutes," CBS, and "Law & Order," NBC; "NFL Monday Night Football" (Denver at Jacksonville), ABC; "Jesse," NBC; "Everybody Loves Raymond," CBS; tied: "CBS Sunday Movie: Miracle on the 17th Green," CBS, and "Touched By an Angel," CBS.