Jill Zarin won't likely stay away from the small screen for long after quitting "The Real Housewives of New York City". Rumor has it, the 48-year-old is currently in talks with FOX to star on a new reality show.
Titled "The Beverly Jillbillies", the show reportedly centers on "a fashion-out-of-water move on her part to Los Angeles." The show's producers and the network have not confirmed the news, but The Hollywood Reporter says that Zarin has admitted she is currently house-hunting in the City of Angels.
Zarin, who appeared on "Real Housewives of NYC" since season 1, was not asked to return to the upcoming season 5 after the show wrapped the fourth season last July. In an interview with THR, the "Secrets of a Jewish Mother" author said she wanted a finder's fee for bringing Bethenny Frankel on the reality series.
"I didn't just help make the show popular; I cast it," she claimed. "I brought in Bethenny, and I don't get a percentage of anything she spins off. The first, second and third season salary pretty much added up to the fourth season. I worked really hard."