— Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) January 22, 2018
New event photos added to the Abigail Spencer Fan gallery from Golden Globes weekend.
Abigail Spencer Fan Gallery > Events > 2018 > 01-06: The Art Of Elysium’s 11th Annual Celebration
Abigail Spencer Fan Gallery > Events > 2018 > 01-06: Lynn Hirschberg Celebrates W Magazine’s It Girls With Dior
Abigail Spencer Fan Gallery > Events > 2018 > 01-07: Warner Bros. Pictures And InStyle Host 19th Annual Post-Golden Globes Party
— Abigail Spencer (@abigailspencer) November 4, 2017
Abigail Spencer Fan Gallery > Grey’s Anatomy > 1401 “Break Down the House”
Abigail Spencer Fan Gallery > Grey’s Anatomy > 1402 “Get Off on the Pain”
Abigail Spencer Fan Gallery > Grey’s Anatomy > 1403 “Go Big or Go Home”
Abigail Spencer Fan Gallery > Events > 2017 > 09-15: Variety And Women In Film’s 2017 Pre-Emmy Celebration
“Timeless” star Abigail Spencer (ex-Becca Tyree, “All My Children”) is heading to Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital now that she’s taken over the role of Megan Hunt on ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy.”
Bridget Regan, who originated the role, was unavailable due to scheduling conflicts as she’s a regular on TNT’s “The Last Ship,” which will be in production during the time she was needed at “Grey’s,” forcing the ABC drama to recast with Spencer. Production on season two of “Timeless” isn’t expected to begin until at least January 2018 November, leaving plenty of time off for Spencer to tackle the juicy role.
— San Diego Comic-Con (@Comic_Con) June 29, 2017
NBC’s drama “Timeless” is shifting production for its second season from Vancouver to California — the 12th TV series to relocate, to receive the state’s production tax credit.
“Timeless” has been conditionally approved to receive a $9.9 million production tax credit from the state. The California Film Commission announced the move Thursday and said the series would employ approximately 250 cast, 220 crew and 3000 extras and spend nearly $40 million in wages to below-the-line workers and payments to in-state vendors.
“Timeless” joins three other TV series (“Lucifer,” “Legion” and “Mistresses”) to relocate from Canada to California under the commission’s Program 2.0.
“We’re pleased to welcome ‘Timeless’ to the growing list of TV series that have relocated from other locales, including Canada, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Louisiana, Florida and Texas,” said California Film Commission Executive Director Amy Lemisch. “Program 2.0 is creating long-term jobs while enabling such projects to take advantage of California’s unmatched production resources.”