Rosie O'Donnell is returning to daytime television on Oprah Winfrey's upcoming OWN network, the New York Times reported.

O'Donnell's yet-to-be-named show will premiere sometime in 2011.

It will mark O'Donnell's first return to daytime television since her one-year stint as co-host of ABC's The View in 2007.

For six years the openly gay comedienne-actress hosted her own talk show, The Rosie O'Donnell Show, which ended in 2002.

Other openly gay celebrities have also signed on to the new network, expected to debut on January 1.

One show will feature celebrity chef Cat Cora helping families whose eating habits have fallen prey to a busy lifestyle. And former Queer Eye for the Straight Guy “fashion savant” Carson Kressley will helm his own makeover show.

O'Donnell, 48, publicly announced she's gay in 2002, just before her talk show ended. She married her longtime girlfriend Kelli Carpenter, a former Nickelodeon marketing executive, in 2004 in San Francisco, California. The couple announced they had separated in 2007.

She is a fierce opponent of Florida's ban on gay adoption and is raising four children.