The return of Grey’s Anatomy Dr. Owen Hunt’s believed to be dead sister, Megan, has hit a bump as original actress Bridget Regan is replaced by Abigail Spender due to scheduling conflicts.
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One Grey’s Anatomy character is getting a bit of a face change for her Season 14 return.
Entertainment Weekly reports that Bridget Regan, who plays Owen Hunt’s sister Megan, is unable to return to the show due to her packed schedule on TNT’s The Last Ship, and will be replaced by Timeless star Abigail Spencer.
Megan’s return ought to stir up plenty of drama — not just for Owen, but for Meredith as well, given Megan’s history with Nathan.
Her return has also left the door open for the return of Kim Raver and her character Dr. Teddy Altman, who had been treating Megan at a military hospital in Germany as of the season 13 finale.
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