Nicole Kidman is attached to executive produce the drama series "Crime Farm," for WarnerMedia's new streaming service, HBO Max.
It's about real-life couple Selma and Richard Eikelenboom, married forensic homicide experts. The series is described as a "psychosexual love story."
Richard Eikelenboom was an expert witness in several high-profile cases, including the trial of Casey Anthony. The couple's work also helped clear a convicted man in the 1987 murder of Peggy Hettrick in Fort Collins, Colorado.
No casting has yet been announced.
Janine Sherman Barrois, the showrunner on TNT series "Claws," will write and executive produce. Her other credits include "Criminal Minds," "Third Watch," and "ER."
She is also the co-showrunner and executive producer on the upcoming Netflix limited series "Madam C.J. Walker" starring Octavia Spencer as the early 20th century entrepreneur who invented a line of cosmetics and hair care products for black women and became the wealthiest self-made woman in America.
Kidman is also executive producing and starring in the upcoming HBO limited series "The Undoing."
Not all her projects are at HBO: She's executive producing upcoming series "Nine Perfect Strangers" at Hulu and "The Expatriates" for Amazon.