Bethenny Frankel is moving forward with her own talk show, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Taping on the advice-based talk show pilot started earlier this month. Telepictures, the production company behind Ellen DeGeneres' show and Anderson Cooper's upcoming daytime series, is behind the pilot. DeGeneres is also involved with the project.
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The former Real Housewives of New York City star and Skinnygirl mogul recently told THR she hoped to make the leap from reality TV star to daytime host in the next few years.
After three seasons on the Real Housewives, Frankel recently signed on for a third season of her Bravo spin-off, Bethenny Ever After, which follows her family life and career.
If her talk show pilot is picked up to series, it would likely film in New York, according to THR.