Surprise, surprise, Farrah Abraham will be appearing on a new reality television show, the star announced on her Twitter account Tuesday. When her MTV series ended in 2012, the 22-year-old former "Teen Mom" star did say that she had a show in the works. Now, the starlet, who recently made her porn debut with James Deen, is supposedly making a return to television. 

Abraham's new series is going to be with Spinboi Films, but it hasn't been announced which network will pick up the show. The company, excited about its new partnership, announced the news on Facebook: "MAJOR NEWS!! Spinboi Films has signed Teen Mom Farrah Abraham to develop a new reality docu-soap! TV magic coming soon!"

On its Facebook page, the NYC-based Spinboi says it combines its experiences in "reality, documentary, feature and talk genres to create exciting and innovative new programming for a broad spectrum of entertainment platforms." 

The "Backdoor Teen Mom" tweeted about her new series Tuesday: "Get ready for better TV :) The News Is True." Abraham hinted the show might be about her search for love when she posted a picture of herself and producer Partick Hartz, writing: "There's no mystery @SpinboiFilms Patrick is #Boss #Producer #NYC not my main man - maybe he can be a #matchmaker:)" 

Abraham made national tabloids after news broke that she was making a porn with A-list adult star Deen. The two were originally supposed to keep their video a secret, selling it as a leaked sex tape, but when he was confronted by the media, Deen said the two had agreed to make the film as a porn title. The "Teen Mom" was infuriated by the stud's betrayal and eventually said she chose to make the film to immortalize her 21-year-old body. Vivid Entertainment reportedly bought the rights to "Backdoor Teen Mom" for more than $1 million, Abraham said.