The five major news networks will not be bringing Sean Spicer on as a paid contributor.

Fox News, CNN, CBS News, ABC News, and NBC News have passed on the former press secretary for a full-time gig, according to a report Tuesday.

"The news organizations might use him on round tables, but [a paid exclusive contributor job] is not happening," an anonymous executive told NBC News. The report also said the networks were not interested because Spicer lacks credibility.

Since leaving the White House, Spicer joined the paid speaking circuit, signing with Worldwide Speakers Group. He was also named a visiting fellow at Harvard University.

Spicer made a surprise cameo at the Emmy Awards on Sunday, which was met with mixed reviews from Hollywood and political reporters. Many expressed disapproval on Twitter.