There it is, after numbers of bad report Isaiah Washington is moving on. The actor, who's been fired from ABC's hit show "Grey's Anatomy" in early June, reportedly is in preliminary discussions with NBC about a deal on an undisclosed project.
Isaiah told Entertainment Weekly recently that he and his agent "are sorting through a ton of offers in both film and TV ... There is one network in particular that's very interested, but I don't want to say anything specific until it's a done deal."
NBC refused to comment on the much-talked negotiation though, while a representative for the star could not be reached for comment.
While the negotiation with NBC remained unconfirmed just yet, Isaiah publicist does confirm the actor is set to go on "Larry King Live" next Monday July 2nd to discuss his homophobic remark, rehab stint, and his firing from "Grey's Anatomy" with the intention to keep the public from hating him.
Isaiah has, in recent interview with the Houston Chronicle, revealed his plan to take legal action against "Grey's" producers, claiming "They fired the wrong guy. I have to clear my name."