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VIDEO: Unforgettable

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Unforgettable
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Length: 45:54
Aired: 1/1/1997

An alien woman requests asylum aboard Voyager, stating she has been aboard recently and she and Chakotay fell in love. watch

VIDEO: Unforgettable - DOA

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Unforgettable - DOA
Free | CBS
Length: 42:53
Aired: 9/14/2014

Carrie is unable to utilize her perfect memory when an assassin doses her with a deadly poison that attacks her brain, leaving her and Al on a desperate hunt for the assassin and the antidote. (TV-14, L, V) watch

VIDEO: Unforgettable - DOA

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Unforgettable - DOA
Free | CBS
Length: 42:53
Aired: 9/14/2014

Carrie is unable to utilize her perfect memory when an assassin doses her with a deadly poison that attacks her brain, leaving her and Al on a desperate hunt for the assassin and the antidote. (TV-14, L, V) watch

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Unforgettable: Two Bricks Of C4
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Unforgettable: A Moveable Feast
Unforgettable: Fire & Ice

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Year Title Description
2011 Unforgettable TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2011 Unforgettable TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2006 Shark TV Show Series, Executive Producer
1997 The Practice TV Show Series, Producer
??????? TV Show Series, Writer

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On the Set: Unforgettable's Lively New Spirit

Much has changed on the Unforgettable set since the drama about NYPD cop Carrie Wells (Poppy Montgomery), who has near perfect memory, was canceled more than a year ago by CBS, then miraculously brought back to life. The action has moved from a grimy Queens precinct to the shiny, high-tech Manhattan Major Crimes Section, and the show's tone has been similarly lightened, in keeping with its off-season scheduling (the first of eight summer episodes aired July 28, with five more new installments to follow later).

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Unforgettable Comes Back from the Dead — Bigger, Brighter and Lighter

Poppy Montgomery will never forget when Unforgettable was un-canceled.

"I got the call and I was like, 'Where's Ashton Kutcher? This is Punk'd!'" she tells TVGuide.com. "I was like, 'This is not real, c'mon, people!' It was really fast. I really thought it was a practical joke. I trust that the networks and studio know what they're doing and what they need and want. If it's not meant to be, it's not meant to be, and I really thought it wasn't last year. So many shows get canceled. It's so rare to bring a show back."

Get the scoop on Unforgettable and more of your favorite returning summer shows

The CBS drama — which stars Montgomery as Carrie Wells, a detective who can remember literally everything except the night her sister Rachel was murdered — will return for its second season Sunday (9/8c, CBS), 14 months after the network initially canceled it despite a worldwide following and numbers that would make any competitor green with envy. The show ...
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On the Set: Jane Curtin Is Ready For Prime Time in Unforgettable

You can hear a pin drop in the Queens homicide squad as Det. Carrie Wells calls a cellphone that could belong to a serial killer she's tracking. When a drug dealer answers, she hangs up, disappointed. A familiar face in the corner makes a wisecrack and the Unforgettable cast hold back their laughs. Live from New York... it's Jane Curtin!

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A Day Out With Unforgettable's Poppy Montgomery and Dylan Walsh

Poppy Montgomery and Dylan Walsh are good sports. By the time the leads of CBS' new hit procedural Unforgettable arrive to scope out a late-afternoon Mets batting practice at Citi Field, they've already been filming since 9am — and when the MLB team takes the field later that evening for a home game, they'll be long gone, back to work at the show's nearby Queens studio. Luckily, those demanding days are paying off: The drama about a woman who uses her superhuman memory to help her cop ex-boyfriend solve crimes premiered last month to 14 million viewers, and the TV vets playing Carrie Wells and Al Burns are determined to keep knocking it out of the park — while cracking each other up in the process.

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CBS Picks Up Poppy Montgomery Drama, Gentleman Comedy

CBS has ordered the cop drama The 2-2 (formerly Rookies), the Poppy Montgomery-starring detective drama Unforgettable, Susannah Grant's A Gifted Man and the sitcom How to Be a Gentleman, which comes via It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia scribe David Hornsby.

Fall 2011 TV Scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?

In The 2-2-, six new NYPD cops try to... read more

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