Mr. and Mrs. Carter are currently spending the summer firing up stadiums -- and dodging rumors of marital strife -- on their joint On the Run tour.
And now, the massive production will come to television as Beyoncé and Jay Z bring their show to HBO.
The network announced Thursday it would tape a pair of shows for a concert special set to premiere in September. The special will be taped during their shows in Paris on Sept. 12 and 13 -- the only international shows they've booked -- and will feature more than 40 songs.
"This is a major musical event that belongs on HBO," Michael Lombardo, president of HBO programming said in a statement. "It's going to be a night to remember."
Despite a number of joint hits documenting their love over the last dozen or so years -- "Crazy in Love," " '03 Bonnie & Clyde" and "Drunk in Love," to name a few -- and countless performances together, the pair had yet to tour together.
The stadium tour bookends a busy year for the couple.
Jay’s Magna Carter world tour ended in January after a stadium run with
Beyoncé's extensive Mrs. Carter Show -- she dropped her top-secret surprise self-titled album toward the end of her U.S. run -- closed in March and was one of the top-grossing tours of all time.
And both superstars are no stranger to HBO either.
The pop diva is currently the focus of "Beyoncé: X10," a 10-episode miniseries of flashy performances from her Mrs. Carter Show that premiered before HBO's hit vampire series "True Blood"; last year, she also revealed herself through the documentary "Life Is But a Dream."
And last summer, Jay used HBO to debut "Picasso Baby: A Performance Art Film" built around his hit album "Magna Carta Holy Grail."