Martha Plimpton (Generation) is set to a seasonal arc on The spring, IMDb TV’s new single-camera comedy, in a remake. The series originates from My name is Earl, Raising Hope and The guestbook creates Greg Garcia, 3 Arts and Amazon Studios.
She joins former cast Garret Dillahunt and Philip Garcia The spring, which follows an unlikely group of formerly imprisoned people who band together to use their criminal expertise for good.
Plimpton plays Rooster’s mother Barb and replaces Ileana Douglas, who was originally cast in the role. The decision to rework was made due to a creative change of character.
The spring reunites Plimpton with Dillahunt and EP Greg Garcia, with whom she worked Create hope, for which she received an Emmy nomination.
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The spring follows Jack (Dillahunt), a convicted felon determined to change course and regain his lost years after serving more than two decades in prison. Without a place to live after the release and a global pandemic that brings the world to a virtual standstill, Jack moves in with his former cellmate Rooster (Phillip Garcia), Rooster’s mother Barb (Plimpton) and Jack’s former prison girlfriend Gloria. Bound to their marred past and unusual living conditions, they decide to start correcting some of society’s mistakes, and targeting those people who selfishly exploit others during the pandemic.
Garcia and Dillahunt executive produce The spring with Michael Rotenberg and Jonathan Berry from 3 Arts. Tim Stack, Michael Pennie and Bobby Bowman advise producers, and Gina Gari is co-producer. Garcia will instruct the pilot section.
Three-time Tony nominee Plimpton recently starred in HBO Max’s Generation. She also stars in the indie film Lot, opposite Jason Isaacs, Ann Dowd and Reed Birney. Plimpton was recently seen on the small screen in several episodes of Brockmire with Hank Azaria, NBC’s The blacklist and Younger created by Darren Star. Her film credits include Frozen 2, The Goonies, Parenthood and Running on land, among other. She is being torn up by innovative artists and Markham, Froggatt and Irwin.
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