Yes, anyone can get a reality show.
Michael Vick is looking to scramble into the wacky world of reality TV with a series documenting his return into society after a 23-month prison sentence for dog fighting charges , according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The ex-Atlanta Falcons quarterback will be released from custody this summer and wants the show as a means to "make amends for his past."
The prodigal signal caller, according to the the report, may need the big score, which is reportedly about $600,000; his attorneys stated in court this week that the former first-overall pick is millions of dollars in the red to creditors.
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