By Kate Ward
December 14, 2010 at 10:10 PM EST

  • Matrix star Carrie-Anne Moss will headline a Lifetime pilot about a celebrity psychologist who becomes the chief of staff at a teaching hospital’s psych ward. ‘Cuz if you’re going to trust anyone to make you sane, it’s the woman who swears she fought evil while living in an alternate reality inside a computer. [Deadline]

  • There’s a star… in Twylight Zones‘… wing: Bella Heathcote, who appears in Andrew Niccol’s upcoming Now, will star in David Chase’s feature directorial debut, Twylight Zones. The film centers on three friends who form a band in the 1960s. [Deadline]
  • Watch What Happens Live host Andy Cohen has been promoted to executive vice president of original programming and development at Bravo. Obviously, compensation for sitting through this. And this. (In that logic, all of us deserve life promotions.) [Variety]
  • BBC America has raised its head to Showtime’s The Tudors, acquiring rights to all four seasons of the sexy/naked/angry series about Henry VIII. [Deadline]
  • Current TV has announced via press release that it has required rights to This American Life and Kill It, Cook It, Eat It. No, that’s not the follow-up to Sarah Palin’s Alaska.
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