Matt Lauer
Matt Lauer may never make a television comeback. The journalist is pictured attending The Rolling Stones celebrate the North American debut of Exhibitionism on Nov. 15, 2016 in New York City. Jason Kempin/Getty Images

Matt Lauer was fired from NBC in November 2017, after the company received a sexual harassment complaint from a female employee against the “Today” anchor. More than a year after his termination, a new report is claiming the 61-year-old may never get a chance to make a TV comeback.

Since his sexual harassment scandal, Lauer began living a quiet life in the Hamptons area of New York. Although he has tried to maintain a low profile, there have been several reports suggesting he and his wife Annette Roque are in the process of finalizing their divorce.

With more time on his hands, there have been rumors that Lauer is working on a TV comeback, however, a source told Page Six it isn’t true.

“There is no way that he’s thinking about returning to work at all. How could he? He knows there’s no TV role for him now. And to be honest, it’s the furthest thing from his mind,” the insider said.

Meanwhile, a source told In Touch Weekly Lauer isn’t willing to accept any offer. “Matt shouldn’t be picky, but the few offers he got were embarrassing,” the alleged source said.

“He’s gotten some random web show offers, but that’s not something he’s going to do. If he accepted a web series, he’d get even more negative press.”

While Lauer may come back to TV someday, it won’t be anytime soon. “Matt’s friends are saying he has no plans to make a TV comeback, but the real truth is that no one really wants him back, not yet anyway,” the mysterious tipster added.