The 21-year-old stopped by the Celebuzzstudio and told us that she’s currently in discussions to return to TV. And this time it won’t be about being a young mom. Rather, she aims to be a media mogul and exploit her culinary talents.
“I definitely want to start on my own digital media platform. So, like my YouTube channel and I’ve been messing around with some things on there,” she tells us.
What else is Farrah cooking up for life after Teen Mom?
“Then, moving on to Food Network, Cooking Channel and maybe WE network,” she says. “I think that’s the best place for me moving forward.”
Earlier this year, the culinary school graduate began marketing her Mom & Me brand of food products with its first item, an Italian hot pepper sauce. That’s just one part of Abraham’s burgeoning empire, which now includes her New York Times Bestselling memoir, My Teenage Dream Ended, and a related pop single titled “On My Own.”
“I think right now is the time of my life when I can experience, try different things and find the best niche for my career,” Abraham says. “I know in my future I want to do more books, open my own restaurant and hopefully have other TV shows.”
She also adds, “But, I also want to be a big part of social efforts like going and speaking to teens still and just working with the people, because I feel like it helps so much.”
Watch more from our interview with Abraham above.
The Teen Mom series finale airs Tuesday at 10 PM on MTV.
What do you think of Abraham’s media ambitions? Would you like to see her back on TV after Teen Mom ends?