Valerie Bertinelli beat up on Rose-anne Arnold, powering CBS back to the top of the Nielsen ratings charts.

The conclusion of Bertinelli's two-part movie "In a Child's Name" was not only the No. 1 show of the week but was the first program to beat "Roseanne" all season.CBS also claimed six of the top 10 shows for the week ending Nov. 24 and finished first with a 14.1 rating and a 22 share. NBC was second with a 13.0/20 and ABC third with a 12.4/20. (A rating point equals about 921,000 homes; a share is the percentage of viewers watching television who are tuned in to a particular program.)

CBS is also still No. 1 for the season to date, with NBC second and ABC third.

The Big Eye's strong showing last week also turned the November sweeps into a horse race - with just Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday remaining, NBC leads CBS by three-tenths of a rating point with ABC another six-tenths of a point behind. What this means is that the November winner probably won't be decided until the final day of sweeps.

Here are last week's top 20 programs, according to the A.C. Nielsen Co.:

1. CBS Tuesday Movie: "In a Child's Name"; 2. "60 Minutes," CBS; 3. "Murphy Brown," CBS; 4. "Cheers," NBC; 5. "Full House," ABC; 6. "Roseanne," ABC; 7. "A Different World," NBC; 8. "Major Dad," CBS; 9. "Designing Women," CBS; 10. "Murder, She Wrote," CBS; 11. "Home Improvement," ABC; 12. "The Very Best of Ed Sullivan II," CBS; 13. "Unsolved Mysteries," NBC; 14. "Monday Night Football," ABC; 15. "Evening Shade," NBC; 16. "Wings," NBC; 17. "The Cosby Show," NBC; 18. "Rescue 911," CBS; 19. "America's Funniest Home Videos," ABC; 20. "Coach," ABC.