Maybe it's time for a real job?

Kate Gosselin has reportedly been trying everything possible to get back on the air with her brood of eight kids, but no networks are interested in giving her another reality show. Since not being renewed by TLC for another season of Kate Plus 8, the reality star has been turned down by Lifetime, WE and Oxygen.

Kate Gosselin leaves her NYC hotel room, December 2010

But despite her show being axed, Kate insists that there are fans interested in continuing to follow her and the rest of the family. "We’re hoping our TLC contract is over -- so we’re hoping to move forward and do more fun projects," said Kate. "Fans are begging, 'They’ve grown up, they’ve turned eight, what are you doing?’ and so we’re hoping to put that out there for them.”

But unfortunately, Kate isn't an actress (and as evidenced by her appearance on Dancing With The Stars, certainly not a performer). And once a reality show concept fizzles out, it's unlikely it will reappear on a different channel--unless you're Kendra Wilkinson. “Once you have a show canceled, it's almost impossible to sell the same idea to another network,” said one TV insider. “TLC is the non-Hollywood network and the perfect home for her. If they no longer want her, I’m not sure which other network will.”

Don't look for Kate to return back to her old job as a nurse anytime soon though. The New York Daily News reported that Kate may appear in the upcoming all-star season of Dancing With The Stars. However, Kate would only be used as a last-resort option because she was reportedly difficult to work with.

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