"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Adrienne Maloof doesn't want to be involved in anymore drama.
Maloof is in talks with NBC, the parent network of Bravo (which is home to the "Housewives" franchise), for a show involving her and her family.
"The show is in the works and it will focus on Adrienne and her brothers and the Maloof family businesses. The show is in the early planning stages but it will be a competition-style reality show based around family businesses," a source told RadarOnline.
The Maloof family owns the Palms Casino in Las Vegas and the Sacramento Kings basketball team, and, in a previous interview with RadarOnline, Maloof credits them with helping her launch her own businesses.
"My father instilled a hard work ethic in all of us," Maloof told RadarOnline. "I want to show my children hard work and why not take it and make your own brand what else would you do?"
The mother of three, is one busy lady. She is head of marketing and promotions for the Maloof brands, has two shoe collections and a skin care line, created a line of designer iPhone cases called "OMG Cases" and has a premium vodka brand named "Zing."
"I'm a very creative person and when I have an idea I actually follow though, most people don't follow through, I do," she added.
Maloof and her plastic surgeon husband, Dr. Paul Nassif, split up just as they wrapped up shooting the third season of the reality show. She has also been feuding with co-stars Lisa Vanderpump and Brandi Glanville.
"It's been difficult because there is a lot of drama this year, and I've had to work my way through this drama. It's life," the reality star said.
The show she has in the works would tone down on the drama and amp up on some friendly competition.
"The new show will not be a catty fight fest, but will focus on finding new businesses," the source said. "Everyone is very excited about the possible new show and the network believes in the Maloof brand of luxury, business, family and hard work ethics."