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A&E Revives Twice-Canceled Unforgettable

Apparently it's memorable to someone

Kaitlin Thomas

Unforgettable must have made an impression on the people at A&E because the cable network has revived the twice-canceled CBS drama for a 13-episode fourth season, reports The Hollywood Reporter.

Starring Poppy Montgomery as a female detective who remembers everything except the events of the day her sister was murdered, the series was originally canceled after its first season. CBS later revived the show as a summer series, before canceling it for good late last year.

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This seems like a rather strange move by A&E. Perhaps Netflix reviving the western drama Longmire, which the network had canceled in August, moved the folks at A&E to save a different show? Maybe we'll never know.

Unforgettable joins a drama roster that includes Bates Motel and the upcoming American remake of The Returned, both from Carlton Cuse (Lost).

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