Fargo breakout Allison Tolman has found her subsequent project.
The Emmy hopeful has been tapped to star in a ABC comedy Downward Dog, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Picked adult in Sep with a large commander prolongation order, a half-hour, single-camera comedy is formed on a web array combined and created by Animal Media Group’s Samm Hodges and Michael Killen, who will executive furnish alongside Mosaic Media Group’s Jimmy Miller and Sam Hansen as good as Animal’s Kathy Dziubek.
The intensity series, a co-production of Legendary Television and ABC Studios, centers on a lady and her dog. The spin is that it facilities a Modern Family-style confessional device — for a dog. The book has been sketch soap-box reviews around town, with ABC pronounced to be high on a plan after alighting it in a multiple-network behest war that resulted in personal overdo from network boss Paul Lee.
Tolman will star as Nan, whose life is in a consistent state of upheaval, though who always feels like she’s about to spin a corner. Her ideal self lies only on a other side of this extract clean or new relationship, or maybe if she gets a station table … Meanwhile, her dog, Martin, only wants her. And he’ll do whatever it takes to get her attention.
The purpose outlines Tolman’s initial array unchanging gig given alighting a ancillary singer Emmy assignment for her scene-stealing partial in a initial deteriorate of FX anthology Fargo.
Since then, she’s had guest roles on comedies including The Mindy Project, Archer, Review as good as Amazon play Mad Dogs. She’s repped by UTA and Odenkirk Provissiero.