Jason Priestley and Marisa Coughlan courtesy Lifetime Jason Priestley and Marisa Coughlan courtesy Lifetime

Today the veteran cabler gave advertisers a sneak peek at a slew of upcoming programming, including scripted series, reality shows and, of course, its legendary TV-movies. Future offerings include the one-hour dramas Chambermaid about an attorney fresh out of law school clerking for a powerful judge; Bailey Weggins, the adventures of a divorcee-cum-investigative reporter; Burnt Toast, based on the memoir by Desperate Housewives' star Teri Hatcher; an American incarnation of the Brit airline series Mile High; and Lovely and Talented about an all-female acting class. Original movies include a look at the House of Hilton and the presidential candidate Victoria Woodhull, who ran for office decades before women were granted suffrage. Well-titled reality offerings include How to Look Good Naked hosted by Queer Eye guy Carson Kressley; Judgment Day, America's Psychic Challenge and Going for Broke. Premiere dates for a trio of previously announced series were also revealed: Kim Delaney and Catherine Bell bow in Army Wives June 3, while Lili Taylor examines her State of Mind on July 15.

The network is also appealing to those fans nostalgic for the '90s. Beverly Hills, 90210 grad Jason Priestley will star in the original series Side Order of Life, which is helmed by American Beauty producers. Joining Priestley on the 'net is his former costar Jennie Garth, who will be starring as an HIV counselor in the movie Girl, Positive. Finally, Party of Five alum Lacey Chabert will be appearing in the film What If God Were the Sun. - Reporting by Raven Snook