Drew Barrymore is in talks to develop her own daytime talk show with Warner Bros, Variety reports.

If Barrymore and Warner Bros. do move forward with the syndicated series, Ellen DeGeneres would be an executive producer on the series, which could premiere in the fall of 2017.

Barrymore and DeGeneres are currently working together on the NBC reality show First Dates, which has no relationship 50 First Dates, the movie starringBarrymore and Adam Sandler. First Dates,narrated by Barrymore and produced by DeGeneres,follows real couples who meet at a Chicago restaurant.

And that isn't the only TV show Barrymore has lined up. The actress has also signed on to star opposite Timothy Olyphant in the upcoming Netflix comedy Santa Clarita Diet. She'll also guest star in Odd Mom Out this summer.

Would you watch a Barrymore talk show?