Harry Hamlin of NBC's "L.A. Law" and Nicollette Sheridan of CBS' "Knots Landing" become entangled in a whirlpool of eroticism and manipulation in "Deceptions," a suspense mystery premiering Sunday at 8 on Showtime.

The movie co-stars Robert Davi ("License To Kill") and was adapted by Richard Taylor from a short story by Ken Denbow. Hamlin and Davi are detectives investigating the death of a wealthy young businessman in the Hollywood Hills. Sheridan is the beautiful young wife who killed him during an attempt on her life. Or was it?

The plot becomes entangled as Hamlin is blinded by his passions and infatuation for the widow, shunning his police duties and obligations. All of this collides with his partner's dedication to find the killer.

Additional play dates: June 16, 22 and 28.

Tuesday on Lifetime at 3, the 400th episode of "Attitudes" will be a special celebration featuring Miss America Debbie Turner and hosted by Linda Dano and Dee Kelly.

Wednesday on Lifetime at 9, the fifth "Your Family Matters" special, "Breast Cancer: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You," highlights the importance of early detection and examines new options in therapy as it follows a group of San Francisco women as they participate in selecting treatment.

Saturday on HBO at 10, Mike Tyson and George Foreman headline a heavyweight boxing doubleheader. No, the two former champions are not fighting each other. One is tempted to say they're fighting a couple of nobodies. But it's hard to be that foolish after Buster Douglas picked off Tyson's crown. Foreman, now 41 and at least 240 pounds, takes on Brazil's Adilson Rodrigues (36-3), who is currently the No. 11 heavyweight and the highest-ranked opponent in Foreman's 21-victory comeback bid. Tyson's foe will be Henry Tillman (20-4), who defeated the former champ twice to win a berth on the U.S. Olympic Team in 1984.

TNT Salutes MGM: The colorful history of the most celebrated and profitable entertainment empire in the motion picture industry will be told in three two-hour films being produced for next season by Joni Levin and directed by Frank Martin from a script by Martin and Michael Wilson. The films, under the umbrella title "The MGM Story," will profile the moguls and the stars as well as examine what caused the empire to crumble. Among the stars interviewed are Mickey Rooney, Helen Hayes, Jackie Cooper, Charlton Heston, June Allyson, Cyd Charisse, Richard Chamberlain, Maureen O'Sullivan, Roger Mayer and, not-so-incidentally, Ted Turner.

Speaking of TNT salutes, following Kathleen Turner's hosting of the Myrna Loy tribute, Jessica Lange will host and narrate "Vivien Leigh: Scarlett and Beyond" and Glenn Close will host the one-hour retrospective, "The Divine Greta Garbo." No air dates set as yet.

Harry Hamlin is caught up in a whirlpool of eroticism in Showtime's "Deception."