Jennifer Lopez shared a series of breathtaking photos on Instagram, while teasing an upcoming project with Netflix. 

On Thursday morning, J-lo treated her 171 million followers to four images taken in a studio to promote her new project with “Con Todo”, Netflix’s new social media community “for all things Latinx”.

The Bronx-native flaunted her incredible athletic figure while wearing a beige pantsuit by Brunello Cucinelli, complete with a knit strapless bandeau by Cult Gaia.

She could be seen sitting in a director’s chair with a leg crossed over the other wearing a business suit, as well as standing, while this time wearing a matching knit skirt with skin-baring cutouts for another snap.

The look was topped off with a cutout sweater bearing dolman-shaped sleeves.

The 52-year-old music star and businesswoman captioned the Insta-post: “ringing the beige” along with the hashtags: “#NetflixOutfitCheck” and “#SomethingIsComing”.

Jenny from the Block has not yet revealed the reason behind her photoshoot, but she did insinuate to working with the American streaming platform.

This will not be the singer’s first rodeo within the filming industry, as she has been acting since the early 1990s.

Additionally, the R&B legend has produced several TV shows and movies for just as long.

However, Jennifer has most recently signed an exclusive contract for several years with Netflix with her production company, Nuyorican Productions, which she founded in 2001.

Moreover, the Selena actress who has been running her production house along with her partner, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, is already working on two feature film projects in collaboration with the streaming platform.

In an official statement released by Netflix, the actress said: “I am excited to announce my new partnership with Netflix.”

“Elaine, Benny and I believe there is no better home for us than a forward-leaning content creation company that seeks to defy conventional wisdom and directly market to the millions across the globe who no longer view art and entertainment with the kind of boundaries and limitations of the past.”