Kim Kardashian is teaming up with Ryan Murphy for a new scripted series. All about the show

Kim Kardashian is starring in a new show, but not as herself.

The "Kardashians" star is teaming up with Ryan Murphy for another scripted show following her performance in "American Horror Story: Delicate.”

The new Hulu show was discussed on Season Five, Episode Two, of “The Kardashians." In the scene, Murphy pitches the show to Kardashian, who seems excited to take it on.

"I know I don’t need to add another thing to my schedule or another TV show, but it’s so different than what I do and it’s such a challenge for me," she says in her confessional. "I love the challenge, so I just want to see this out."

Read on to learn more about Kardashian's new lawyer show.

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What is Ryan Murphy's new show starring Kim Kardashian about?

On "The Kardashians," Murphy pitches Kardashian and her mom Kris Jenner on the show's premise.

"It's a really good idea," he says. "So, Kim is the world's best, most expensive divorce lawyer and she has her own firm. And the thing about her firm is that it's an all-female firm."

Murphy says people love the series because "it has what 'Sex in the City' has which is girlfriends. It has a bond of women trying to get through an experience together."

After hearing the idea, Kardashian says the show is very "on brand" for her, and Murphy agrees. Kardashian is studying for the bar.

He jokes that her catchphrase could be, "Not only am I a lawyer, but I play one on TV."

"That's the best catchphrase ever," he says with a smile.

"Totally," Kardashian replies.

Which stars are cast in the show?

According to Deadline, Murphy, Kardashian and Jenner are all acting as executive producers on the project and they have begun preliminarily casting.

When will the show come out?

Kardashian's new show does not have a release date as yet. However, according to Deadline, the series is looking to start production in late 2024 for an early 2025 premiere.

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