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Saturday, October 14, 2000

By Rob Owen, Post-Gazette TV Editor

"60 MINUTES"-KDKA CONNECTION: Tomorrow's "60 Minutes" (7 p.m., KDKA) will include a report on Pennsylvania Rep. Bud Shuster, R-Everett, and lobbyist Ann Eppard.

Mike Wallace asks how close a relationship a congressman and a lobbyist can have. The report, which follows a recent denunciation of Shuster by the House Ethics Committee, is expected to feature video of KDKA-TV reporter Paul Martino trying to ask Shuster questions.

HOW MUCH WOULD YOU PAY: Heinz Tomato Ketchup will appear on CBS's "The Price Is Right" (11 a.m. weekdays, KDKA) as part of a showcase of goods. Contestants have to guess the price of the Heinz product on "Price Is Right" shows airing Oct. 30, Nov. 3, 15 and Dec. 4.

"PRETENDER" MOVIES: As expected, TNT this week confirmed plans for two original cable movies based on NBC's canceled series "The Pretender." No air dates were announced, but both films will be written by series creators Steven Long Mitchell and Craig Van Sickle. The first film will pick up where the show's May cliffhanger left off and will star Michael T. Weiss, Andrea Parker, Jon Gries and Patrick Bauchau.

MORE TNT NEWS: The cable channel also announced this week that the August movie "Witchblade" will become an 11-part, limited-run series for airing next summer. Yancy Butler, David Chokachi, Eric Etebari, Anthony Cistrao and Will Yun Lee will reprise their roles in the series.

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