After getting fired from MSNBC, Greta Van Susteren is running through her options in a very public way

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Former CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC host Greta Van Susteren isn’t moping about after getting fired from her latest gig at MSNBC after less than a year. Instead, she’s actively looking for her next landing spot.

Responding to a fan who asked her when her “Greta Hour” was coming back, Susteren tweeted:

The news personality told The Hollywood Reporter this week that she would “entertain any job offers that come my way” since getting “fired.”

One intriguing possibility is the upstart One America News Network, whose parent company president, Charles Herring, has already praised Van Susteren as a “strong brand.”

“Greta is a strong brand and I’m sure she’ll have plenty of opportunities moving forward,” said Herring.

And surprisingly, it doesn’t necessarily have to be a TV gig. Van Susteren took issue with The Hollywood Reporter headline via Twitter that read “Greta Van Susteren Is Not Ready to Leave TV.”

She’s also considering a suggestion to debunk “fake news.”

Wherever Greta lands, it apparently won’t be a place she’s been before.

Plenty of fans are hoping Greta returns, and soon…

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