If it feels like you haven’t seen much of Michelle Pfeiffer lately, it’s because she’s appeared in just nine films in the last decade. But it looks like she’s about to become a mainstay on our TV screens. Variety reports that Pfeiffer is set to star in a morning-news comedy series, executive-produced by Katie Couric. And though the show isn’t attached to any network just yet, the former Today show co-host is said to be shopping it around to HBO, Showtime, AMC, Netflix, and Amazon. The show’s being described as “a comedic look behind-the-scenes of a morning news show,” which, given Couric’s own morning-news history, pretty much means it’ll be a biopic in TV-series form. The only question is who will play the Bryant Gumbel and Matt Lauer to Pfeiffer’s Couric? Fingers crossed this turns out better than The Newsroom.