NBC's "Million Second Quiz" didn't burn up the ratings, but it made game show history with its finale Thursday.

Recent law school grad Andrew Kravis won $2.6 million and topped the $2.52 record set by Ken Jennings during his original run on "Jeopardy!"

Kravis collected $2 million for triumphing on Thursday's live telecast. Earlier, he had earned $326,346 on the game show. He picked up a bonus that brought the total to $2.6 million.

Early national ratings show "Million Second Quiz" averaging 5.4 million viewers. Reruns on CBS were strong. "The Big Bang Theory" drew 8.8 million viewers in its regular slot and 7.9 million at 9 p.m. "The X Factor" pulled 6.1 million to Fox.

In Orlando, "Million Second Quiz" placed ninth with 67,100 viewers.

The big winner remained football. In Orlando, the NFL Network's Thursday night game was tops with 130,100 viewers. Kansas City beat Philadelphia, 26-16.

Simon Cowell and "The X Factor" ranked second; the singing contest drew 111,600 viewers.

The next four slots went to reruns of CBS comedies: an 8 p.m. showing of "The Big Bang Theory" with 108,700 viewers, a 9 p.m. telecast of "Big Bang" with 108,100, an 8:30 telecast of "Two and a Half Men" with 98,300 and a 9:30 airing of "Men" with 90,300.

The top programs with the 18-to-49 age group were the NFL Network game, the game's pre-show, "The X Factor," the 9 p.m. "Big Bang" and the 8 p.m. "Big Bang."

The national averages for the broadcast networks: CBS with 6.7 million, NBC with 5.1 million, ABC with 4.5 million, Fox with 4.5 million and The CW with 687,000. CBS edged Fox for leadership in the 18-to-49 age group.

An NBC special on Valerie Harper drew 4.4 million viewers. It ran second in the time period behind a rerun of CBS' "Elementary" (5 million) and ahead of a repeat of ABC's "Scandal" (4.1 million). ABC also aired "Wipeout" (4.4 million) and a "Grey's Anatomy" rerun (5.1 million).