Halle Berry and Glenn Close Join Kim Kardashian in New TV Show

Kim Kardashian is following the heavyweights of cinema.

The reality TV star has recruited Halle Berry And Glenn Close as his co-stars and co-executive producers in Everything is alloweda new legal drama created by Ryan Murphy, Jon Robin Baitz And Joe Bakenaccording to several media outlets.

The series is being billed as a “high-end, glossy and sexy adult crime drama,” according to reports, with Kardashian playing a Los Angeles-based divorce lawyer who owns an all-female law firm.

Other executive producers attached to the project include Kardashian’s mother Kris Jenner.

A premiere date has not been set, though the initial pitch for the show went to Kardashian, who previously worked with Murphy on American Horror Story: Delicate—was documented in the season five premiere of The Kardashians in May.

“You were really, really good,” Murphy told Kardashian about her acting. AHS“So much so that they called me and said, ‘Do you think Kim would want to do her own show?'”

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News Source : www.eonline.com


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