Kim Kardashian is set to star in a scripted series.
The reality star, 43, will play L.A.’s “most successful divorce lawyer and the owner of an all-female law firm” in a legal drama, per Deadline.
The show is being written by “Brothers & Sisters” creator and playwright Jon Robin Baitz, executive produced by Ryan Murphy and will be streamed on Hulu, the current home of “The Kardashians.”
The role is reportedly based on famed divorce lawyer Laura Wasser who has represented numerous A-listers including Ryan Reynolds, Angelina Jolie, Britney Spears and Kevin Costner.
Wasser also repped Kardashian in her divorce from Kanye West.
Other executive producers on the series include the Skims founder herself and her momager, Kris Jenner.
Deals are reportedly still being ironed out, while preliminary casting has already begun for Kardashian’s law partners as well as for the “A-list actor to play her onscreen love interest.”
The series is set to start filming in late 2024 for an early 2025 premiere date.
Playing a lawyer shouldn’t be too much of a stretch for the mom of four who passed the “baby bar” exam in 2021 after three failed attempts.
Earlier this year, Kardashian shared that she would “absolutely” give up her reality TV career if it meant focusing on being a lawyer “full-time.”
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“I would be just as happy being an attorney full-time,” she said during a panel at the 2023 TIME100 Summit in April when asked by moderator Poppy Harlow if she would ever consider stepping away from the cameras.
“There’s a lot that’s always on TV and a lot that’s always out there, but I think my friends and my family know that we really cherish a lot of our private times.”
The entrepreneur has long been involved in prison reform and even met with former President Donald Trump on the matter.
The show will mark the second time the Skkn by Kim founder has worked with Murphy, 58, after playing Siobhan in Season 12 of “American Horror Story.”
Her role as a publicist received mixed reviews and was criticized by Patti LuPone who complained about the reality star taking roles away from actors.
The beauty mogul is also set to produce and star in an upcoming female-driven comedy called “The 5th Wheel,” written by Paula Pell and Janine Brito.
According to Deadline, she was hands-on during meetings to pitch the film.
Kardashian’s previous acting resume includes minor roles in “Disaster Movie,” “Beyond the Break,” “CSI: NY” and “Temptations: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor,” among other projects over the years.