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Downton Abbey led the list of Xfinity On Demand’s top 20 tv shows for the week ending January 4.

The top 20 TV series on Xfinity On Demand for the week of December 29 – January 4 were:

1. Downton Abbey (premiere), PBS

2. The Good Wife, CBS

3. Madam Secretary, CBS

4. Family Guy, Fox

5. Kourtney and Khloe Take the Hamptons, E!

6. The Real World: Skeletons, MTV

7. Revenge, ABC

8. Galavant (series premiere), ABC

9. Gold Rush, Discovery

10. Blue Bloods, CBS

11. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Bravo

12. Hawaii Five-O, CBS

13. The Celebrity Apprentice (premiere), NBC

14. The Librarians, TNT

15. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CBS

16. Vanderpump Rules, Bravo

17. Resurrection, ABC

18. Total Divas, A&E

19. Major Crimes, TNT

20. Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Fox

With more than 400 million views each month, Xfinity On Demand is one of the most viewed platforms for time-shifting on TV. It includes more than 55,000 choices, including a growing collection of current season TV shows and hit movies, many now available to own and access anytime

Ranking is based on the total Xfinity On Demand views on the TV within seven days of a show’s original live airing. Shows marked with an (*) indicate it premiered on Xfinity On Demand in advance of the live airing. The above list is inclusive of all in-season programming across broadcast, cable and premium networks. Views of most broadcast and cable programming within the first three days are included in Nielsen L+3 ratings.

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