The former The Bachelorette star discussed the possibility of a future reality series with Booth, 29, during the podcast, PRIV Talks.
"There might be a Kaitlyn and Shawn TV show. We actually are in talks with people about certain things," Bristowe, 31, teased.
Higgins and Bushnell's debut season of Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After? just wrapped on Freeform, and according to a Life & Style source, the couple was "banking on it being a huge hit," but instead, "it completely flopped."
"Everyone was like, 'Oh my God, are you guys just so bitter that Ben and Lauren got a show?' And we were like, 'Not at all! That would be the ultimate pressure ... no!' If we ever did a show, it would be our content and what we wanted," Bristowe told AOL.com late last month, suggesting that Higgins' show was scripted to a certain extent.
Booth elaborated on why his potential show with Bristowe would be different from Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After?.
"Being through that, though, it seems as though Ben and Lauren's show is very Bachelor-centric: It's a spinoff of The Bachelor with Bachelor producers and all Bachelor people on it, so you can't really believe everything you see," Booth said.
Bristowe and Booth got engaged on the season finale of The Bachelorette's eleventh season, which aired in July 2015. They currently live in Nashville, TN, together with their dog Doodle.
As for whether they've set a wedding date, Bristowe admitted the pressure of getting married makes them "back off even more" and want to "wait even longer," according to AOL.com.
"I already know that we will [get married]," Bristowe told Us Weekly back in February. "So it's like, I can't imagine planning a wedding right now. We just don't have the time or the energy right now."