Halle Berry, Glenn Close join Kim Kardashian's new Hulu series

Halle Berry, Glenn Close join Kim Kardashian's new Hulu series

Kim Kardashian is in her actress era! Two respected Hollywood actresses are set to join her upcoming series about an all-female law firm.

Kim Kardashian and Halle Berry
Kim Kardashian, Halle Berry/ Instagram (@kimkardashian, @halleberry)

Halle Berry and Glenn Close have joined the cast of Hulu's upcoming drama series, 'All's Fair'.  

The award-winning actresses will also join Kim Kardashian and Ryan Murphy as executive producers on the series. 

It's unclear what roles Berry and Close will play, but Kardashian will star as a high-powered divorce attorney at an all-female law firm in Los Angeles. 

'The Kardashians' reality star's last acting role was in 'American Horror Story: Delicate', a popular series created by Murphy. She received rave reviews for her performance, with The Guardian saying she "makes for a believably bitchy publicist". 

Kardashian and Murphy are reuniting again for 'All's Fair', which, according to Deadline, will be written by Jon Robin Baitz, the creator of 'Brothers & Sisters', and Joe Baken. 

Murphy, Baitz, and Baken reportedly pitched the series to Kardashian and her mother, Kris Jenner, who is her manager. 

"While deals are still being worked out, Murphy, Kardashian and Jenner, who are all executive producing, have already begun preliminary casting, exploring ideas for three other actresses to play Kardashian’s glamorous and accomplished law partners, and an A-list actor to play her onscreen love interest," Deadline reported in December 2023. 

Sources told the publication that the series will likely premiere in early 2025. 

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Kim Kardashian Lawyer

Kardashian's new role appears to be the perfect choice. The 43-year-old is currently studying to become a lawyer. 

Her journey to becoming a lawyer began in 2019, and she is still working towards her goal. 

During a discussion at the TIME100 Summit in New York last year, Kim revealed that she would consider becoming a lawyer full-time. 

"I always joke with my mom, who's my manager; I say Kim K. is retiring, and I'm just going to be an attorney. I would be just as happy being an attorney full-time," she said. 

In June this year, she shared a picture of herself studying. "I can't deal with [with] all these f***ing hearsay exceptions! My least favourite subject in law school," she captioned a picture of her study material. 

She will get to play pretend lawyer before she makes it to the real-life courtroom. Either way, Kimberly Kardashian is going to be a lawyer! 

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