After her terrific performance in “American Horror Story: Delicate” this September, American socialite and businesswoman, Kim Kardashian reunites with writer-director Ryan Murphy for their upcoming show which will be streamed on Hulu.
Ryan Murphy, a 6 times Emmy award-winner is the co-creator of Kim Kardashian’s horror show(American Horror Story: Delicate). Thus, this will be the second collaboration between Kim and Ryan which will be a glossy, adult procedural legal drama about an all-female law firm.
In American Horror Story: Delicate, Kim plays cynical ‘Siobhan Corbyn,’ who is the closest friend of the show’s lead character, ‘Anna Victoria Alcott,’ played by Emma Roberts. Kardashian received appreciation from critics and the audience for her performance.
Initially, Murphy pitched the idea of their show on legal drama to Kim and her mother, Kris Jenner, who said to have approved of the same on the spot. Kris is the manager of all Jenner-Kardashian siblings, who have been taking care of all her daughters’ work. (source: ScreenRant)
Kim, who started her journey on screen in the early 2000s and became famous for “Disaster Movie” in 2008 and her television show “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” started in 2007, is all set to play the most successful divorce lawyer who will also be the owner of an all-woman law firm in Ryan’s show. She will also be starring in “The 5th Wheel,” which she will be producing as well. This comedy film will be originally made for Netflix.
This legal procedural show will be written by Jon Robin Baitz, known for writing the 2002 crime-drama film “People I Know,” starring Al Pacino in the lead role. He is also known for creating the ABC family drama series “Brothers & Sisters” in 2006. Baitz is also writing on Rayn’s upcoming “Feud: Capote Vs. The Swans.”
Other than John, the writer of “Bestie” and “Tapeworm” episodes of the third season of “American Horror Story,” Joe Baken, will also be writing the legal drama show of Murphy and Kardashian.
Previously, there have been a few legal dramedies like “Suits,” on Netflix and the 1997 television series “The Practice” which viewers can find Kardashian’s upcoming legal procedural competitive to them.