While Sean Spicer may have spent the last 6 months as a cast member of the White House version of Survivor, his next role might be a different sort of reality show.
Sean Spicer is taking his first steps of transitioning from the White House briefing room to the bright lights of the TV news studios, but there's another group that has his eye on him.
Since the White House press secretary announced his resignation on Friday, he was spent the day in New York City in talks with major broadcasters about a new career in TV where he can share his insider knowledge of the White House.
Spicer has been seen coming out of high-level meetings at ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox News in Manhattan. It's unclear whether the television networks are trying to obtain him in a full-time capacity or just as a very sought-after guest.
These moves come less than a week after Spicer announced he was stepping down from his job at the White House amid President Trump's decision to hire Anthony Scaramucci as the next communications director.
The 45-year-old high-profile spokesman continues to be wooed by networks.
There is speculation that Spicer's next stop could be showing off some dance moves.
Continue to the next page to see where he could be heading next.