O’Reilly Tests New Internet Subscription Show

Bill O'Reilly / Getty

Former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly is testing a new show for his subscription website.

O'Reilly aired the show for his website subscribers Wednesday and will release it to the public Thursday, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

O'Reilly has been keeping up with his podcast "The No Spin News," but his new show is a 30-minute news program similar to his former hour- long "O'Reilly Factor." O'Reilly interviewed two guests during the broadcast via Skype as he discussed current topics.

David Rutz breaks down the most important news about the enemies of freedom, here and around the world, in this comprehensive morning newsletter.

Sign up here and stay informed!

The man formerly known as the "King of Cable News" was forced out of his prime-time spot at Fox News amid a storm of sexual harassment allegations.

O'Reilly said during his podcast on August 3 that he has had "a lot of offers, luckily" to return to television, and he will begin weighing his options in the fall.

"I'm not in a hurry," he said. "It's a nasty, dirty game. If I get back in, I'll be attacked. I know that. I have my attorneys ready to go."