A recently ousted "Real Housewives" cast member is reportedly in talks with Fox TV to create a new show in which she would star, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Jill Zarin, formerly of "Real Housewives of New York City," would move from New York City to Beverly Hills, with that move being a focal point of the new reality show. The title being bandied about is "The Beverly Jillbillies."
Nobody has confirmed that there will be a "fish out of water" reality show for Zarin, but Zarin did reveal that she’s house hunting in Los Angeles.
Zarin was reportedly stung in September when she was not asked back by Bravo for the fifth season of "Real Housewives of New York City." Her former BFF and co-star on that show, Bethenny Frankel, recently said of Zarin at the TCA press tour, "I’m sure probably [the firing] just stings a little bit; I’m sure it’s difficult. And it’s difficult to watch what’s gone on with me, and she handles it the way she knows how.”
Zarin reportedly recruited Frankel for “Real Housewives,” but the two have been estranged since Zarin’s run on the show ended on bad terms.