“It all makes sense now”: Kim Kardashian Set to Lead ‘Sexy Adult’ Law Procedural Drama After Suits Revival at Netflix

Kim Kardashian is set to star in a new law drama.

Kim Kardashian Set to Lead ‘Sexy Adult’ Law Procedural Drama After Suits Revival at Netflix

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  • Kim Kardashian is ready to add another project to her portfolio now.
  • She is set to lead a new legal drama series which will be executive produced by Ryan Murphy.
  • She is already a familiar face in the entertainment industry due to her family reality series with the latest being Hulu's The Kardashians.
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Kim Kardashian is ready to add another project to her portfolio now. She is set to lead a new legal drama series which will be executive produced by Ryan Murphy. She is already a familiar face in the entertainment industry due to her family reality series with the latest being Hulu’s The Kardashians. Talking about her acting prowess, she worked in Murphy’s American Horror Story: Delicate but the new role is going to be quite different. 

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Kim Kardashian [Pic Credit: Kim Kardashian/Instagram]
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She will play the role of a divorce lawyer based in Los Angeles and the owner of an all-female law firm. Here’s the full details. 

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Kim Kardashian is Going to Lead a New Legal Drama

Emma Roberts and Kim Kardashian in American Horror Story: Delicate
Emma Roberts and Kim Kardashian in American Horror Story: Delicate

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As per Deadline, the reality TV star, Kim Kardashian will play Los Angeles’ most successful divorce lawyer and the owner of an all-female law firm in a new legal drama. The show is going to be written by Jon Robin Baitz meanwhile Ryan Murphy, who has already worked with the former in AHS is executively producing the project.

The outlet described it as “a high-end, glossy and sexy adult procedural” drama. It is said to be a part of Murphy’s new deal with Disney which will be aired on Hulu. This new project is just another addition as she recently signed on to star in a new comedy movie, The Fifth Wheel which will mark her first lead movie role.

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The outlet reported that the project was pitched to Kardashian and Kardashian-Jenner matriarch, Kris Jenner who right away gave it a green light. Jenner and Kardashian are also executively producing the project alongside Murphy and have already started to find the other three cast members to play the former’s “glamorous and accomplished” law partners. Meanwhile, an A-list actor is reportedly in search to play her onscreen love interest. 

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Kim Kardashian [Pic Credit: Kim Kardashian/Instagram]
Kim Kardashian [Pic Credit: Kim Kardashian/Instagram]
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She has been quite vocal about pursuing law for years now. She once opened up about giving up on being a reality TV star to enjoy a full-time lawyer career. During a panel at the 2023 TIME100 Summit via PageSix, she was asked if she would ever consider stepping away from the cameras. 

“I would be just as happy being an attorney full-time. There’s a lot that’s always on TV and a lot that’s always out there, but I think my friends and my family know that we really cherish a lot of our private times.”

If her new project hits the charts, she might be able to get associated with other law-related projects that are being planned for the coming years. Netflix co-CEO, Ted Sarandos has mentioned that the Suits revival has potentially opened new doors for lawyer shows. He shared via IndieWire

 “There’s a huge, newer interest in ‘Suits.’ And I would probably argue that next year you’ll probably see a bunch of lawyer shows.”

Suits resurged its popularity after Netflix and Peacock released nine seasons worth of episodes on their platform. Meanwhile, another series is reportedly in development of Suits “offshoot” for NBCUniversal.

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