Pete Davidson to star in show 'inspired by his life' as it's revealed if he'll appear on Kim Kardashian Hulu show

PETE Davidson is set to star in a new comedy show inspired by his own life, Deadline has revealed.

Fans also learned if the Saturday Night Live favorite will be featured in the upcoming Hulu series, The Kardashians.

In a new comedy series, produced by Lorne Michaels, Pete will play a fictionalized version of himself.

He’ll take the lead role in the show, which currently has the working title, Bupkis.

Bupkis will be a raw, graphic and unswerving fictional version of Pete’s life, similar to Larry David’s HBO hit Curb Your Enthusiasm.

Talks are already underway with A-listers to ensemble the cast around Pete, and the show is being pitched to streaming giants Peacock and Prime Video.

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28-year-old Pete is also a co-writer on the show.


The news comes after his girlfriend Kim Kardashian revealed whether Pete will appear in her new reality show, The Kardashians.

In a new interview, the 41-year-old teased that a lot of the drama between herself, her ex Kanye West, and Pete will play out on screen, just not in the way fans might think.

Kim revealed to Variety that viewers won't be seeing much of her new boyfriend.

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She revealed: “I have not filmed with him. And I’m not opposed to it. It’s just not what he does.

“But if there was an event happening and he was there, he wouldn’t tell the cameras to get away. 

“I think I might film something really exciting coming, but it wouldn’t be for this season.”


As their relationship has escalated, Pete has encountered the wrath of Kim’s ex Kanye, who has hit out at the comedian both on social media and with his artistry.

In a music video released on the day that Kim was declared legally single, an animated version of Kanye appears to kidnap and bury Pete alive.

Kanye raps in the song: "God saved me from the crash, just so I can beat Pete Davidson's a**."

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In the past few weeks, the Donda rapper has accused Kim of kidnapping their daughter Chicago, slammed her parenting of their daughter North and claimed she thinks he's put a hit out on her.

He has also called Pete a "d**khead", threatened to "beat his a**" and accused him of trying to "destroy" his family.

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