Paula Deen will return to TODAY Tuesday for a live interview for the first time since her tearful conversation with Matt Lauer in June 2013.
The celebrity chef will discuss what she has learned, what has changed, as well as what's next for her following the scandal over racial slurs that impacted her life and career.
But Paula Deen hasn't put her comeback on the back burner.
The celebrity chef purchased all of her old shows from the Food Network. The terms of the deal have not been disclosed. The reruns, along with new material, will be featured on her own Paula Deen online network.
The interactive cooking website is set to launch Wednesday. Fans will pay between $7.99 and $9.99 a month for access to broadcasts and recipes.
The Food Network let Deen go, and corporate sponsors dropped her after she admitted to have once used a racial slur during a lawsuit deposition.
The judge later threw out the racial discrimination suit against her.