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Abigail Spencer Heading to ‘Grey’s Anatomy’

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A new face is heading to Grey’s Anatomy.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the role of Owen’s sister has been recast. Bridget Regan originally appeared as Megan in Season 13, but because of her time commitment to TNT’s The Last Ship as Sasha Cooper, she’ll no longer be able to fill the role on Grey’s Anatomy.

Instead, Abigail Spencer will be replacing her as Megan Hunt for a multi-episode arc during Grey’s Anatomy Season 14.

TIMELESS -- "The Watergate Tape" Episode 105 -- Pictured: Abigail Spencer as Lucy Preston -- (Photo by: Sergei Bachlakov/NBC)
TIMELESS — Pictured: Abigail Spencer as Lucy Preston — (Photo by: Sergei Bachlakov/NBC)

That role should be an interesting one, considering we’ve so far only seen Megan in a flashback. Owen believed his sister to be dead until the end of last season, and so did her fiancé, Nathan Riggs.

Megan’s shocking return is sure to shake things up in some complicated ways, especially since Meredith and Nathan had finally just begun a romantic relationship. It’s also already had a dramatic effect on Owen.

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Abigail Spencer currently stars as Lucy Preston on NBC’s Timeless, which was recently un-cancelled by the network. Spencer is also known for her role on Rectify as Amantha Holden and as Dana Scott on Suits.

Are you excited to see Abigail Spencer on Grey’s Anatomy? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!

Grey’s Anatomy returns Thursday, September 28th to ABC.

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Ashley Bissette Sumerel

Ashley is the founder and editor-in-chief of Tell-Tale TV as well as an English Instructor with degrees in Literature, Creative Writing, and Cultural Studies. She’s looking forward to the day when her daughter is old enough to watch Buffy the Vampire Slayer with her, and she'll never grow tired of re-watching Gilmore Girls. Ashley also writes for TV Fanatic.

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