In 2020, Plepler launched Eden Productions and announced a five-year production deal with AppleTV+
to make television series, documentaries, and feature films.
Plepler studied government in college and then moved to Washington in 1981 where he worked for Connecticut Senator Christopher Dodd.
In 2013, he was appointed as the chairman and CEO of HBO
On February 28, 2019, Plepler announced that he was leaving HBO.
In his resignation memo, Plepler stated that he had been with the network for "nearly 28 years."
In January 2020, Plepler announced that he has started a production company called Eden Productions, and that he and the company has signed a five-year deal with Apple TV+
to exclusively produce content for the streaming service.
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