Cara Delevingne's role in American Horror Story Season 12? Learn more
Kim Kardashian's casting sparked uproar, so Cara Delevingne joined American Horror Story Season 12.
Cara Delevingne will be a series regular on American Horror Story, according to Deadline. She doesn't reveal her involvement. Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's season 12 is written by Halley Feiffer.
Danielle Valentine's thriller novel Delicate Condition will inspire the upcoming season, which will likely air in August.
The story is "a gripping thriller about a woman who becomes convinced that a sinister figure is going to great lengths to make sure her pregnancy never happens." Delicate Condition is "the feminist update to Rosemary's Baby we all needed," according to Andrea Bartz's cover blurb.
Cara was part of the SAG-nominated Only Murders in the Building ensemble. Carnival Row, an Amazon series, had her as an executive producer.
Kim Kardashian's Season 12 casting drew criticism. Ryan Murphy said, "Kim Kardashian is among the biggest and brightest television stars in the world." We're excited to have her join American Horror Stories."
"Emma Roberts and I are excited to collaborate with this true cultural force." Kim Kardashian's role is amusing, glamorous, and menacing thanks to Halley Feiffer.
He said, "This season is ambitious and unlike anything we've done." Ryan Murphy praised Kim's Saturday Night Live hosting.