She said that she would only return to television if the show would not be too demanding of her time, considering that she's busy with her online projects and her family.
But Kris Aquino may just find herself freeing up her schedule a bit if she does get a chance to appear in a US series she refused to name in an intriguing Instagram post Wednesday.
She revealed that her American agent told her that she had been asked to audition for a recurring character in a "multi-ethnicity production," which she also described as a "unique series."
Unfortunately, she missed the deadline for the script reading but she added that she's currently inquiring if the role is still open.
Nevertheless, just the fact that she was considered left Aquino feeling "surreal," she explained.
"Just to be asked to do an audition to be a recurring character for a girl who hasn’t been on Philippine TV for more than two years and who binge watches US series as her favorite form of relaxation is SURREAL," she wrote.
Aquino was cast as part "Crazy Rich Asians," billed as one of the few big-budget Hollywood productions to feature an all-Asian cast, as a princess who had a pivotal role in the movie.
She attended the movie's premiere in Los Angeles last August.