new event photos up in the Abigail Spencer Fan Gallery from tonight’s Emmy Awards.
Abigail Spencer Fan Gallery > Events > 2016 > 09-18: 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards
Once Timeless premieres this fall, the show will be delivering some cliffhangers that may have you wishing you could get in your own time machine and leap to the next week’s episode.
We have no intel on where you can get your hands on a flux capacitor or a TARDIS, but we can tell you how to get to one Timeless episode a little faster. The new series’ second episode, when its heroes travel to 1865, will screen at New York Comic Con.
That episode, titled “The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln” will be in Room 1A06 at the con on Sunday, October 9 at 12:15 p.m., along with a panel moderated by HitFix’s own Alan Sepinwall.
Read more at http://www.hitfix.com/news/timeless-will-get-an-episode-screening-panel-at-new-york-comic-con-exclusive#Q8rqkgux8HXgOXzt.99Once
First Impression: Time Travel is the big thing for 2016-17, and Timeless is a good representation of the subject.
A history professor (Abigail Spencer), a soldier (Matt Lanter) and a scientist (Paterson Joseph) are asked by a government agency to trust them, get into a time machine and try to stop a villain (Goran Visnjic) who is trying to change time for nefarious purposes.
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Conrad has returned to his hometown in the middle of winter. Riding with the sheriff, he is on his way to find out whether the ruined corpse found nearby is his long-disappeared mother. When he finally sees the remains, he is suddenly shocked into understanding the missing pieces of his early life. A Walk In Winter is a Rabbit Bandini production made in association with the UCLA School of Theater, Film & Television.
— TV Guide (@TVGuide) July 31, 2016
Seat 42F has put up a ton of photos from the Timeless Panel – Catch them HERE
Monterey Media has acquired all U.S. and Canada rights to Daniela Amavia’s drama “A Beautiful Now,” starring Abigail Spencer, Variety has learned exclusively.
Cheyenne Jackson, Patrick Heusinger and Sonja Kinski also star in the Unified Pictures production. Amavia directed from her own script, in which a group of friends come together to save a dancer (Spencer) who is teetering on the edge of letting go. The film asks “If your life flashed before your eyes —would you like what you see?”
The deal was negotiated with producer Lynn Kressel, Amavia and Monterey Media’s Scott Mansfield. “A Beautiful Now” premiered at the LA Film Festival. The U.S. theatrical launch is planned for September /October to coincide with Spencer starring in the new NBC series “Timeless”.