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HBO is continuing its relationship with In Treatment‘s Hope Davis.
The Emmy-nominated actress, who currently stars in the Mildred Pierce miniseries, has joined its comedy pilot Spring/Fall, in which she’ll
star opposite Tea Leoni, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
Kate Robin (Six Feet Under) penned the script, which is set in the fashion world and revolves around two women and their dysfunctional partnership and how each approach career, family and friendship.
Davis will play Eden, the estranged and former best friend to Leoni’s Margo, a happily married mother of twins who finds herself overwhelmed after her husband, a well-known fashion designer, commits suicide.
Jake Kasdan (Californication) will direct. Robin, Leoni and R.J. Cutler will executive produce.
Davis is repped by UTA.
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