Daytime TV may be getting some flower power.
Drew Barrymore and Warner Bros. Television are in early negotiations for a deal that could include a syndicated talk show headlined by the star of such films as The Wedding Singer and Never Been Kissed, The Wrap reports.
Sources tell The Wrap that the daytime chatfest could premiere as early as fall 2017, but it is hardly a done deal. It’s also possible that the pact may instead yield a reality-TV show.
Barrymore — whose production company Flower Films was behind the movies Never Been Kissed, Charlie’s Angels, Donnie Darko, 50 First Dates and many others — stars opposite Justified‘s Timothy Olyphant in the upcoming Netflix comedy Santa Clarita Diet.
A rep for Warner Bros. declined to comment.