Allegedly, producers are getting ready to scramble to sign him.
The most likely formats are documentary or interview show.Simpson actually co-wrote a book and then in 2006 shot a TV special, 'If I Did It.'
O.J.'s co-author has said O.J. confessed to the double murder in the book and we know he read that passage for the TV special. There was a public outcry and Fox killed the show and our sources say it will never air.
A few producers and agents tell TMZ they're certain someone will try to recreate the TV special that was never broadcast for several reasons: years have passed, O.J. has done time for unrelated crimes, and 'People vs. O.J. Simpson' was a big hit.
Here's the problem. Almost to a person, producers and agents said broadcast and cable networks would never air a show featuring O.J. They say the public wouldn't tolerate it and no one would advertise on it.
That said, producers say there would be a home on Pay-Per-View because, as one person put it, "people could pay without being judged."
By the way, O.J. is still on the hook for a $33 million wrongful death judgment, and any money he makes could be attached to satisfy the judgment.