Carl Icahn is getting personal on TV this weekend

Carl Icahn is appearing on Wall Street Week on Sunday, and the word is that he’s going to get pretty candid about his life.

Wall Street Week, revamped from its retro PBS iteration by investment firm SkyBridge Capital, premiered just two weeks ago, but already it’s hosted some serious guests.

In week one, Double Line Capital’s Jeff Gundlach sat in for the half hour. The week after, it was JANA Partners’ Barry Rosenstein.

Icahn does a load of media, but he usually calls in to CNBC and Bloomberg. It’s rare for him to actually show up in a studio and let everyone see his face. So this could be interesting. You can catch it on Fox affiliates in major cities at 11:00 am EST on Sunday, or stream it anytime online.

Carl seems fairly pumped about it:

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