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Marin Ireland joins cast of Apple TV+’s ‘Sinking Spring’

Marin Ireland is set as the female lead opposite Brian Tyree Henry and Michael Mando in Apple TV+’s crime drama series “Sinking Spring,” from “Top Gun: Maverick writer” Peter Craig, reports Deadline.

The series is directed and executive produced by Ridley Scott via his Scott Free Productions, with Henry also executive producing. According to Deadline, Ireland will play Kristy Lynnea fiery, foul-mouthed woman entrenched deeply in a high intensity drug trafficking area in rural Pennsylvania, who survives a life-threatening assault. As she reclaims her voice and health, she becomes obsessed with finding the culprits and unraveling the plot that nearly destroyed her.

Ireland, whose most recent television credits include “The Umbrella Academy” and “Y: The Last Man,” will next be seen in FX limited series “Justified: City Primeval.” Upcoming on the film side, Ireland will appear in 20th Century Studios’ horror-thriller “The Boogeyman,” Shudder’s “Birth/Rebirth,” and in the thriller, “Eileen,” alongside Anne Hathaway and Thomasin McKenzie. She’s repped by Untitled and CAA.

About ‘Sinking Spring’

The series is being written by Peter Craig, who is fresh from a story by credit on “Top Gun: Maverick” and “The Batman,” which he co-wrote with Matt Reeves. Ridley Scott (“Alien,” “Blade Runner”) is directing.

“Sinking Spring” is based on the book Dennis Tafoya’s book, “Dope Thief,” and  follows long-time Philly friends and delinquents who pose as DEA agents to rob an unknown house in the countryside, only to have their small-time grift become a life-and-death enterprise, as they unwittingly reveal and unravel the biggest hidden narcotics corridor on the Eastern seaboard.

About Apple TV+

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