The sometimes-redhead is reportedly in talks with Fox to star in her own show, tentatively titled The Beverly Jillbillies, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Neither the show's producers nor the network would confirm, but Zarin has said she's looking for a home in Los Angeles.
At Bravo's winter previews in early January, fellow ex-cast member and former Zarin BFF Bethenny Frankel told reporters that "[Jill] is a survivor. She's well-to-do. She's not worried about finding a job. 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."
Frankel, 41, has her own spin-off reality show, Bethenny Ever After, which will begin its third season on Monday, Feb. 20 at 9/8c on Bravo.
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