Ever since Bill O’Reilly was forced out of Fox News, speculation has swirled as to what his future would bring.

No one believed his career was over for good.

In a recent podcast, O’Reilly announced a shocking new partnership.

On an episode of his No Spin News podcast, O’Reilly declared he would be a regular Friday guest on Glenn Beck’s radio program.

The Hill reports:

“Former Fox News titans Bill O’Reilly and Glenn Beck will be reuniting for a weekly spot on Beck’s radio show.

“We’re going to do that every Friday until Beck gets tired of me,” O’Reilly said Monday on his “No Spin News” podcast. “And it’s a good outlet for me to, you know, discuss things back and forth with Beck, who’s a good friend. We don’t agree on everything, but it’s very lively.”

Beck and O’Reilly are friends going back to their time together at Fox News, when they were the two biggest names on the network before Beck’s abrupt departure in 2011.”

Their friendship led Beck to discount the allegations against O’Reilly and help him start a comeback.

The Hill also reports:

Beck also said he had a hard time believing the sexual harassment allegations against O’Reilly.

“He had access [at Fox] to very beautiful women,” he said. “We never saw him utter a word that was even blue humor. He was so buttoned up when he was around us, I find these charges hard to believe.”

Beck appeared to offer O’Reilly a spot on The Blaze last week.

“I would like you to work for The Blaze,” Beck told O’Reilly on Friday on his radio program. “I could not get the cable coverage by myself because I’m not powerful enough, unless you have a giant corporation behind you. 

“If we could unite our powers for good, as opposed to evil — but that’s another conversation.”

In addition to appearing on Beck’s program, there have been rumors that Sinclair Broadcasting could be starting a new conservative cable news network.

The media company recently completed a $3.9 billion purchase of Tribune Media, which would give them local affiliates in 73 percent of TV markets.

Sinclair’s acquisition also provides a cable platform that could reach 80 million homes.

O’Reilly would be a natural center piece for a new primetime lineup.

Will it happen?

Starting a new cable channel is difficult.

A network that is built from scratch would likely get a high channel number hard for viewers find.

But O’Reilly clearly is not done with broadcasting.

He is trying to build his podcast into a long-form program and he has a new weekly guest appearance with Glenn Beck.