The anticipated HBO documentary on former WFAN morning host Craig Carton is expected to debut on Wednesday, Oct. 7, according to Andrew Marchand of the New York Post.
Carton, 51, was recently released from prison in June after serving just over a year of a 36-to-42 month sentence in which he was convicted of wire fraud, securities fraud and conspiracy to commit those offenses as part of a ticket resale scam that allegedly defrauded $5.6 million from investors.
Carton’s former co-host, Boomer Esiason, and producer Al Dukes have previously said they were interviewed for the documentary.
The former morning show host was arrested by the FBI on the morning of Sept. 6, 2017, two days after the 10-year anniversary of the Boomer and Carton AM morning drive show that began in 2007.
Carton was arrested and suspended from WFAN indefinitely, and resigned a week later.
Marchand has reported in the past that there is speculation Carton could return to WFAN.
Esiason revealed in June that Carton had called him shortly after being released from prison, and added that he believes his former co-host deserves a second chance, whether it be at WFAN or elsewhere.