Conrad Murray is reportedly planning to star in his own reality show following his release from prison.
The former physician, who was convicted of causing Michael Jackson's death, was freed from Los Angeles County Jail after serving two of the four years he was given for involuntary manslaughter in November 2011.
According to TMZ, during his time in prison Murray began writing a tell-all book about Jackson's death and his subsequent incarceration, and is now looking for potential publishers.
The show will allegedly follow the shamed doctor as he attempts to rebuild his life in the wake of the scandal.
Jackson died on 25 June 2009 after receiving a lethal dose of the anaesthetic propofol from Murray.
The late King of Pop was in the midst of preparations for a series of comeback concerts and promoter AEG Live hired Murray as his personal physician.
During the trial, Murray maintained that he gave Jackson nightly infusions of propofol to treat his intractable insomnia for two months so he could rest for rehearsals.
"My entire approach may not have been an orthodox approach, but my intentions were good," Murray told CNN's Anderson Cooper interview in April 2012.
Murray can no longer practise medicine since his licenses were revoked or suspended in the wake of the conviction. He previously practised in California, Texas and Nevada.