Meghan Markle returned to the talk show circuit when she appeared on Ellen DeGeneres' show in November, and now expert Neil Sean believes she could be looking at more opportunities going forward.
"It appears that Meghan Markle was inspired after she appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. So much so, that she had offers for small screen appearances," he said on his YouTube channel. "Now I'm not quite sure how this would work out. But, of course, when you look at the world of television, now they're looking for anybody who can give them a rating."
"According to the very good source, Meghan has her very own strict ideas about what she would consider to do for her return to the small screen," he continued. "Well, the plan basically centers on the fact that she wouldn't want to do an Ellen DeGeneres-type show that is entertainment, celebrity chat, that sort of thing, but more informal discussion ... allegedly with political and great leaders, entrepreneurs, business people, people like that. She feels that she could connect with them and of course, put their story over in a more succinct way."
While some may not want to see the mom-of-two on the small screen again — she was on Suits for seven years — it would be a win for TV executives.
"Now, whichever your thoughts or whatever you're thinking about that particular idea, someone somewhere, particularly in America will give her a big deal to make a show like that," Sean said. "Whether that's part of a rolling news channel as an hour segment once a week or indeed a standalone series, trust me, someone will be interested."
This is hardly the first time rumors have swirled that the TV star wants to get back into the Hollywood scene.
"Meghan was rejuvenated by the whole Ellen experience and came home excited about what a dream job it would be for her," a source told heat magazine. "The idea of picking whoever she wants to interview while having plenty of fun and also addressing the topics she cares about is really starting to appeal — especially as it will boost her popularity."