Kim Kardashian, Halle Berry and Glenn Close to star in Ryan Murphy's next series

Kim Kardashian, Halle Berry and Glenn Close to star in Ryan Murphy’s next series

Titled All’s Fair, the series will follow the boss of a law firm specializing in divorces.

On the small screen, Ryan Murphy multiplies the projects. He had made the viewers sing with Gleeshines a light on the history of the LGBTQ+ community in Laid and that of the cinema of the 40s in Hollywood, played with the codes of slashers in Scream Queensand the public’s fear in Monster, American Horror Story and its derivatives. The series led by Ryan Murphy are innumerable. Continuing to fill his already saturated list of conquests, the latter now has in mind to develop new content: All’s Fair.

According to the creator, this new series would be inspired in its aesthetic by Sex and the City and describes himself as “a high-end, brilliant and sexy adult detective series.” If the plot is still a little vague, the casting is starting to fall.

In the lead role, Ryan Murphy will be reunited Kim Kardashian with whom he has already worked on season 12 of his great horror series, American Horror Story: DelicateShe played Siobhan Corby, Emma Roberts’s talent agent, a cold and calculating devil.

There are some things that never change. In All’s Fairshe will play the best lawyer in Los Angeles specializing in divorces, and boss of a large law firm. Her involvement was revealed last December and specified in May in an episode of the last season of Kardashian. Ryan Murphy spoke with Kim and her mother, Kris Jenner, and congratulated the young woman on her performance in the last season. from American Horror Story :

“You were so good that they called me afterwards and asked: ‘Do you think Kim wouldn’t want to have her own show?'”

The person concerned later confided:

“I know I don’t need to add something to my schedule, or another TV show, but it’s so different from what I usually do. It’s a real challenge and I love it. I want to see what I can do.”

The creator added the similarities between the young woman, manager of an all-female company herself, divorced from Kanye West, represented by lawyer Laura Wasser, and this character.

Facing Kim Kardashian will be two actresses who have long since shown the extent of their talent: Halle Berry (Catwoman, X-Men), winner of the Oscar for best actress in 2002 for In the shadow of hateAnd Glenn Close (Dangerous Liaisons, 101 Dalmatians), nominated eight times for an Oscar. The latter had already played a lawyer on the small screen in the series Damages (2007-2012) – a role for which she won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Television Series, Drama and two Emmy Awards.

The three actresses will also be executive producers of the show alongside Kris Jenner, mother of Kim Kardashian.

For now, their roles are unknown and no release date has been revealed.

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