NEW YORK -- CBS was No. 1 in the prime time TV network ratings last week with six shows in the top 10. NBC accounted for the other four top slots, capturing second place for the third consecutive week and shutting out ABC.
Among the CBS front-runners in the Nielsen ratings were two news shows, '60 Minutes' and the premiere of 'On the Road with Charles Kuralt,' which tied for ninth place.
Another CBS news premiere, the half-hour long 'Our Times with Bill Moyers,' placed only 25th, despite being led into with the Kuralt show.
ABC, which last week showed only once in the top 10 with a Barbara Walters Special failed to hit anything higher than a 12th-place tie last week -- also a news show, '20-20.'
Despite its heavy logging, the CBS overall rating dropped to 13.0 from 13.1 in the previous week and its audience share went to 25 percent 26 percent.
NBC's rating went up from 12.2 to 12.3, but its share remained steady at 24 percent, while ABC's rating went up from 11 to 11.6 and its share from 22 percent to 23.
CBS 'Evening News' held its lead over the other networks in the early-evening news ratings, leading 10.8 (24 percent) to NBC's 'Nightly News,' 9.1 (20 percent) and ABC's 'World News Tonight' 8.6 (20 percent).
The top 10 programs for the week ending June 12, according to the A.C. Nielsen Co.:
1. Trapper John (CBS).
2. 'A' Team (NBC).
3. The Jeffersons (CBS).
4. CBS Wednesday Night Movie, 'Princess and the Cabbie'.
5. Simon and Simon (CBS).
6. Hill St. Blues (NBC).
7. NBC Monday Night Movie, 'Someone's Killing the World's Greatest Models.'
8. Remington Steele (NBC).
9. 60 Minutes (CBS).
9. On the Road with Charles Kuralt (CBS).