Nicole Kidman's career is at an all-time high, and with projects like Big Little Lies, The Undoing, and Nine Perfect Strangers under her belt, streaming giants are in a full-on war over the actress.
Radar is told Netflix, Apple, and HBO are desperate to nab Kidman for their next big series, no matter the cost. According to our insider, offers of $20-$30 million are rolling in for the 54-year-old Emmy winner.
With checks like that, Kidman is on her way to becoming the highest-paid actress on television. Right now, she sits at #3, with her BLL co-star Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston reportedly collecting $2 million per episode for Apple's The Morning Show.
“Nicole Kidman is TV gold. Both seasons of Big Little Lies, The Undoing, and Nine Perfect Strangers all set ratings records for their respective networks," our streaming source says. "She is unstoppable and everyone is jumping to get her locked into another series after she finishes the current projects she’s working on. Every TV executive is desperate to land her next series.”
Our television insider adds streaming sites are looking for Kidman to sign on to another collaboration with David E. Kelley. The Hollywood writer and producer is the genius behind all three of Kidman's streaming dramas — BLL, The Undoing, and Nine Perfect Strangers.
“These two are magic together," the source tells Radar of Kidman and Kelley, adding that the streaming giants are "concerned about one thing" and that's "the audience!"
"They are less concerned about reviews and awards, they want the audience to be happy… and they hit the jackpot over and over again," the insider states.
We've also learned, when it comes to work, Kidman never stops looking.
Radar is told the award-winning actress is already searching for her next role, despite currently filming Being the Ricardos, where she plays TV icon Lucille Ball.
“She doesn't stop looking," our TV source adds. "She and her team read every book that comes out and are always looking for the next big show."