"Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans may be making a dramatic comeback to the MTV reality show.
Apparently, the network is in talks to bring it back to the series after a worrying slide in ratings, according to RadarOnline.
It was after she was fired from the show when her husband, David Eason, shot and killed the family French Bulldog named Nugget.
David got the ax in 2018 after an apparent homophobic speech on Twitter.
But since Jenelle's 27-year-old departure, audience numbers have declined and the network has been desperate to offer better ratings, even if it means bringing back the controversial former cast member.
A source said Radar: “Jenelle is talking to MTV and it's been about her coming back.”
Jenelle Eason attends the Dressed To Kilt fashion show and cocktail party on April 5, 2019 at the Holy Apostles Church in New York.
(Jared Siskin / Getty Images for Dressed to Kilt)
After her farewell, Jenelle initially stayed with David, even after Child Protection Services reportedly temporarily removed her children from her custody.
But she recently posted on Instagram that filed for divorce after two years of marriage.
RadarOnline reports that she quit David because he doesn't work and she ran out of MTV salary.
This led him to threaten to release "promising" information and to promise "The truth will come out. "
Jace's mother of three, Kaiser and Ensley also revealed that she had taken a temporary restriction order against David.
She said, "Because of your recent threats, your history of violence, your irregular behavior, and your large stockpile of weapons, I am afraid of my life and the well-being of my children."
"Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans (R) with husband David Eason.
Jenelle stated that after she left town and provided child care without telling him, David was furious.
Apparently he sent a picture of a man writing to her: “This is your new boyfriend. I will break his neck and feed his head. My goal in life is to make sure you regret leaving me like this.
She also stated that David shouted at her earlier this year: “You can die for all that matters to me. You're a piece of shit. The biggest piece of shit I've ever seen, "according to various reports.
But all this disturbing drama apparently doesn't stop MTV from considering Jenelle joining the cast again in an attempt to reverse the sliding ratings.
That is below the 1.18 million debut last season. And the numbers are not improving.
TVByTheNumbers.com reports that the series dropped to a season low of 650,000 last month.
This story originally appeared in The sun.