Keith Urban is expressing his admiration for the new series Special Ops: Lioness, created by Taylor Sheridan, which premiered on July 23. The show stars his wife, Nicole Kidman, in the role of Kaitlyn Meade, a high-ranking CIA official. Urban took to social media to share his thoughts, stating that when Kidman told him about the story Sheridan wanted to do with her, he knew it would be extraordinary. Urban praised the entire cast and encouraged fans to check out the show on Paramount+. He concluded his post with a sweet message to his wife, saying, "Love you babygirl." Special Ops: Lioness is loosely based on a real-life military program.
The series follows a U.S. program that deploys female operatives near high-value male targets. These agents infiltrate the targets' inner circle, developing close relationships with their wives, girlfriends, or daughters, in order to gather valuable information to eliminate the targets. Kidman's character, alongside Morgan Freeman's character Edwin Mullins, oversees the Lioness program. Zoe Saldana stars as Joe, a woman who must balance her family life and personal life while serving as the main recruiter for the program.
The series premiere introduces Laysla De Oliveira as Cruz Manuelos, a rookie operative in the Lioness program. Urban and Kidman are known for their support of each other's endeavors. They frequently attend each other's premiere events, awards shows, and concerts. The couple, who have been married since 2006, are also proud parents to two daughters. New episodes of Special Ops: Lioness air on Sundays on Paramount+.