Former Sunrise host Sam Armytage recently said she 'wasn't done' with television after quitting Channel Seven's top-rating breakfast show.
And the 44-year-old journalist is now reportedly in talks to host her own late-night news show after her contract with Seven expires.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
According to Woman's Day, Sam has been plotting her TV comeback for months and wants to jump ship to rival network Channel Nine.
Television comeback: Rumours are swirling that former Sunrise host Sam Armytage is in talks to host her own late-night news show on Channel Nine
Rumour has it Sam wants to pitch a one-hour nightly news program to rival The Latest: Seven News, which airs after 10pm.
'[She] wants to go head-to-head with Seven's The Latest - it would be Monday through Thursday, a one-hour format, which will see Sam free to head up her country retreat for the other half of the week,' a source said.
The Monday-Thursday evening news slot was previously hosted by Chris Bath or Anne Fulwood from 1995 to 2003.
Connection: Sam has been friends with Karl Stefanovic, one of Nine's biggest stars, for years
Natalie Barr would often fill in before she was moved to Sunrise.