Former MSNBC and Fox News host Greta Van Susteren signalled a possible return to television, saying on Saturday that she had gotten three calls about going back to TV news.
But for now, Van Susteren is focused on writing her upcoming book and developing a mobile app, she tweeted Saturday. She added that she wouldn't start even considering any TV offers until the fall.
"I may be back...I have gotten 3 calls to come back but I am not even considering anything until the fall;working on book and app now," she wrote on Twitter.
I may be back...I have gotten 3 calls to come back but I am not even considering anything until the fall;working on book and app now https://t.co/ReoVKnnr1v— Greta Van Susteren (@greta) August 12, 2017
Van Susteren has been off the air since June after parting ways with MSNBC less than six months after joining the network.
At MSNBC, Van Susteren struggled consistently in the ratings and failed to gain the same traction she had on her previous show on Fox News.
Van Susteren left Fox News last fall after 14 years at the network, where she served as one of its top anchors.