Ann Curry to the rescue?
Despite all that's gone down between the anchor and The Today Show, that's what NBC is hoping.
Weeks after Curry was unceremoniously fired, sources tell Radar Online that the program will utilize her on-air more often than originally planned.
"Ann Curry reported for Today on Monday morning from the Syrian border, and she will be featured on a much more routine basis going forward," a series insider tells the site.
"Ann is truly doing what she loves the most now, reporting from war-torn countries and bringing viewers stories of people that are affected by the destruction in the region."
With ratings for Today remaining low and the series continually losing out to Good Morning America, executives are now banking on the woman they fired to save the long-running program.
A few days ago, the Today producer took the blame for Curry's ousting, absolving Matt Lauer from responsibility.