Alongside series regular Emma Roberts, reality TV actress Kim Kardashian has joined the famed horror show “American Horror Story” for its twelfth season.
On Monday, Kardashian sent a statement on her official Instagram account. Due to the continuing writers’ and actors’ strikes, season 12 of the FX anthology series American Horror Story, also known as American Horror Story: Delicate, has been broken into two parts.
The first set of episodes will air in less than a month. On September 20, “Part One” of the season is scheduled to broadcast on FX. In anticipation of the release, fresh promo pictures starring cast member Kim Kardashian and co-star Emma Roberts have appeared online.
A disturbing video set to “Rock-a-Bye Baby’s” broken tune was put online by the star of “The Kardashians.”Halley Feiffer will pen and oversee the upcoming episode of the program produced by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk.
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Kim Kardashian’s First Look From American Horror Story Season 12!!!
The forthcoming season of the venerable FX anthology series will be based on Danielle Valentine’s suspense book “Delicate Condition,” which will be released in August.
According to reports, the book centers on a lady who develops the conviction that a nefarious character will take tremendous measures to prevent her from becoming pregnant.
Each season of the famous series American Horror Story is designed as a stand-alone miniseries featuring a separate cast of individuals in the same made-up world and has its own distinct “beginning, middle, and end.”
Kim is almost unrecognizably different in FX’s season 12 first look, with platinum blonde hair, long, spiderweb-like lashes, and dark red lips.
In the film, set to a spooky version of “Rockabye Baby,” Kim is shown cradling a baby in her arms while donning a plunging black gown and matching latex gloves among a group of dancers wearing white wigs.
On April 23, it was revealed that Cara Delevingne will join the ensemble in addition to Roberts and Kardashian. As a result of Fox canceling The Resident after six seasons, Matt Czuchry will join the cast.
The following season’s Part One will air on FX on September 20 and will be available to stream on Hulu the next day, according to the poster.