The super-model turned television star tells People she has loved five seasons of her CW talk show that were filled with emotional, real women (and sometimes real crazy women) moments.
But now she wants to focus on launching Bankable Studios, a production studio she says will work to bring positive images of girls and women to the big screen.
"My next huge steps will allow me to reach more women and young girls to help us all feel as fierce as we truly are," Banks says, according to People.
But fear not, fashion friends. People reports "America's Next Top Model" is still coming back in February. (You'll recall Tyra got into some hot water last season with that show by styling the contestants in make-up and costumes to represent various racial combinations. Many people found it beautiful, but some felt it crossed the line.)
Even without the daily show, Tyra is a major force to be reckoned with. She was No. 1 on the Forbes list of top-earning women prime-time entertainers for 2009, making an estimated $30 million over a 12-month period. In addition to her two shows, she is the producer of shows such as ABC's "True Beauty" and makes appearances on "Gossip Girl."
We're kind of excited to see what she'll bring to the big screen.