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The TV personality will be a guest star on the cartoon sitcom’s season finale.
As the 10th season of American Dad draws to a close, Kim Kardashian is to guest star during the series’ last appearance on the Fox network.
The Seth MacFarlane series is to move over to the TBS network for its 11th season, with the MacFarlane-produced animation Bordertown replacing it on Fox, and details of season 10’s last episode includes a role for Kardashian.
In episode 175, to be broadcast Sept 21 in the US, the TV celebrity will voice a seductive alien discovered by main character Roger – himself a grey alien – and Francine, while additional guest slots are filled by Swoosie Kurtz (Sisters), Corey Stoll (The Strain) and Steve Yeun (The Walking Dead).
Previous guests this season have included Zooey Deschanel, Patrick Stewart, Chloe Grace Moretz, Diego Luna, Robin Thicke and Nancy Cartwright as Bart from The Simpsons.
Broadcasting of the comedy satire continues a week before, on Sept 14, with a double-header as Fox brings its time with American Dad to a close; with 20 of 23 episodes shown, season 10 on Fox had been disrupted by a summer break that started in May. — AFP Relaxnews
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