The reality star, businesswoman, and mother of four, Kim Kardashian, has added a new title to her resume.
Kardashian will appear in the 12th season of “American Horror Story,” a popular horror anthology drama series by Ryan and Brad Falchuk that takes on a new theme every season.
The “American Horror Story: Delicate” season will feature Kardashian alongside Emma Roberts, who has previously appeared in several show seasons.
Roberts played a witch in 2013’s “American Horror Story: Coven” and a fortune teller in 2014’s “American Horror Story: Freak Show.”
Although little has been revealed about the theme of the show, the newest season is based on the sitcom “Delicate Condition” by Danielle Valentine and was written by Halley Feiffer, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The Season Is Expected To Be Launched In The Summer
The season is expected to be launched in the summer, with details from Murphy and FX expected in June.
Kim Kardashian is one of the world’s largest and brightest television stars, and we are happy to receive her to the AHS family, Murphy said in a statement to THR.
Emma and I are eager to work with this influential figure in society. Halley Feiffer wrote a playful, fashionable, and ultimately terrifying character, particularly for Kim. This season is enterprising and anything we have ever done.
Kardashian has had some small acting roles and hosted “Saturday Night Live” in 2021. She has also lent her voice to movies like “The Secret Life of Pets” and “Paw Patrol.” Additionally, she serves as a producer on her family’s reality show.
Kardashian Also Runs Several Businesses
In addition to her work in entertainment, Kardashian also runs several businesses, including shapewear line Skims and a private equity firm called Skyy Partners. She is also studying law.
Emma Roberts, the niece of actress Julia and child of actor Eric Roberts, has been acting since she was a child and appeared in 2019’s “American Horror Story: 1984” and films like “Holiday.”
She has also starred in other projects created by Murphy and Falchuk, including the series “Scream Queens.”