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Dr. Conrad Murray Eyeing TV Special?

by Michael D. Ayers, posted Dec 23rd 2009 11:16AM
Dr. Conrad Murray, personal physician to the late Michael Jackson, is reportedly getting in on the TV game.

TMZ
is reporting that Murray has teamed with a British documentary crew to shoot a one-episode TV special that reveals his first day back on the job on Nov. 23. A spokesperson told TMZ that the footage will center on "the reaction of patients to his return."Dr. Conrad Murray, personal physician to the late Michael Jackson, is reportedly getting in on the TV game.

TMZ
is reporting that Murray has teamed with a British documentary crew to shoot a one-episode TV special that reveals his first day back on the job on Nov. 23. A spokesperson told TMZ that the footage will center on "the reaction of patients to his return."

According to the report, Murray won't receive any money until after the special airs, which could take years, as Murray won't allow the footage to air until after the investigation is over. No word on which networks -- if any -- are interested in the special.

As the details unfolded surrounding Jackons's death, Murray has been at the center of the controversy. While originally he was cleared of wrong doing, anonymous sources say that Murray gave Jackson propofol, a sedative.

TMZ is also reporting that Murray's camp is holding onto the footage, leading the belief that he's probably more interested in using this "back on the job" angle as a way to make people forget all the bad stuff and remember the good. Whether it will works -- or air -- remains to be seen.

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