Last week, "Desperate Housewives" actress Felicity Huffman was released from prison after serving 11 days for her part in the ongoing college admissions scandal. Even though the actress was sentenced to 14 days for paying $15,000 to have incorrect answers changed on her daughter's SAT, she received the opportunity to leave a few days early due to a specific policy at the facility.

Now, anchors from major networks are said to be vying for her first post-prison interview.

According to TMZ, sources stated that Huffman was approached by various people prior to entering FCI Dublin. The list of those who contacted the "Transamerica" actress included "CBS This Morning" host Gayle King, "Today" anchor Savannah Guthrie, George Stephanopoulos of "Good Morning America," and CNN's Anderson Cooper.

Per the publication, CBS' pitch was less "salacious" than ABC or NBC's, but that doesn't necessarily give any indication as to what the actress' ultimate decision will be. At this time, it has been said that Huffman, 56, "took it all in but hasn't decided who, if anyone, she feels comfortable with to sit down and talk." The possibility even remains that she may entirely forgo an interview. 

Even if the actress herself isn't talking, one person did have something to say about her recently. During a Vanity Fair summit at Los Angeles, Martha Stewart was asked what she thought Huffman may have learned in prison, which prompted an interesting response from the mogul.

The Emmy Award-winning actress was not the only well-known person involved in the admissions scam. "Fuller House" star Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, have also been accused of paying $500,000 to get daughters Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose into the University of Southern California (USC). 

After pleading not guilty, the couple have now each been hit with an additional charge of conspiracy to commit federal programs bribery. A new email that Giannulli allegedly sent to his account stating that he had to "work the system" so that his daughter could get into the college has also recently come to light.