TV Bites: Diane Keaton Finds Her Inner Blogger


· In a coup for much-feared Hollywood bloggers everywhere, Oscar-winning actress Diane Keaton is considering joining their ranks for HBO's Tilda. Keaton would play the title character in the half-hour comedy series from Oscar-winning writer/director Bill Condon and Tell Me You Love Me creator Cynthia Mort. And for the hundredth time, the project is allegedly not based on Nikki Finke. In case you missed it, here is Movieline's exclusive casting breakdown for the project. [EW]

AMC makes a Killer casting choice, Syfy makes Roadkill fun, and more TV Bites after the jump.

· AMC has cast Billy Campbell (Once and Again) as the co-lead in The Killing, a pilot about a Seattle-based mystery following the police investigation of the murder of a young girl. The Killing is the only pilot left at the network in contention for a series order. [THR]

· This should brighten your morning: RHI Entertainment and Syfy are co-producing a movie called Roadkill, which will follow a few friends as they take a scenic RV road trip to their high school reunion. Their cross-country adventure takes an unexpected turn when an ancient gypsy curse takes effect. Sign me up now. [THR]

· DirecTV will start airing episodes of The Wire. [DirecTV]

· The Jersey Shore's Ronnie Magro and Sammi Giancola have already fought once in Miami. Who is keeping count? [Radar]

· John Tesh has confirmed that he dated Oprah in the '70s. [AP/a>]