Kim Kardashian is heading to Oxygen Media, the home for quality true crime programming. The reality star and social justice warrior's new series, Kim Kardashian: The Justice Project (working title), was among six new greenlights and five series in development announced by the network which include projects from the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, as well as Mark Wahlberg, Ice-T, Jason Blum, Nancy Grace, Kate Snow and Paul Holes, it was announced today by Rod Aissa, Executive Vice President, Original Programming and Development, Oxygen.
“Oxygen is tremendously excited to work with some of the biggest names in the industry on such important projects,” said Aissa, “This year we’ve increased our original hours by more than 30%, and we’ll keep ramping up our programming efforts as more fans flock to the network to experience best in class content.”
“Oxygen is setting the standard for quality crime programming, with addictive storytelling and unstoppable growth across platforms, giving brands the perfect way to connect with an impassioned and engaged audience,” said Carrie Stimmel, Executive Vice President, Lifestyle and Hispanic Advertising Sales, NBCUniversal. “By combining hundreds of hours of premium video content with NBCUniversal’s best-in-class commercial innovation and insights offerings, Oxygen gives advertisers the opportunity to speak to their most valued consumers on any device with messages that will resonate with true crime addicts.”
More on Kim Kardashian: The Justice Project (working title): Executive produced by Kim Kardashian and Bunim Murray Productions with Gil Goldschein, Julie Pizzi and Farnaz Farjam serving as executive producers. In June 2018, Kim Kardashian used her global fame to publicly campaign for criminal justice reform by convincing the White House to grant Alice Marie Johnson clemency. Inspired by her work with Johnson, Kardashian has made it her personal mission to lobby for systematic change and advocate for the men and women who she and her legal experts believe have been unfairly sentenced. Now, as she pursues her own career in law, Kardashian is dedicating both personal resources and her public platform to the cause. In this compelling 2-hour documentary, Oxygen will capture Kardashian’s efforts to secure freedom for Americans who she believes have been wronged by the justice system. Kim Kardashian: The Justice Project is an exclusive, never before seen look inside her mission to tackle one of America's most controversial subjects.