By CBS NEWS
Alec Baldwin could soon be making a return to TV -- but not for another acting gig.
Reports say the "30 Rock" star is in talks to host a weekly program on cable news network MSNBC.
"It's a real possibility," a source close to the situation told Deadline, but noted there is no deal yet in place and talks could still fall through.
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According to Mediaite, which first reported the news, the show would air Fridays at 10 p.m.
Baldwin finished his seven-season run as Jack Donaghy on 30 Rock earlier this year, and is nominated for the role again at next month's Emmy Awards. He inked a two-year deal with NBC on the eve of the show's finale, per The Hollywood Reporter, and was reportedly considered as a possible addition to the network's late-night lineup when Jimmy Fallon was named the new host of The Tonight Show.
The 55-year-old is no stranger to live TV -- he's hosted Saturday Night Live a record 16 times -- or to conducting interviews, which he does on his weekly podcast, Here's the Thing.