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‘Unforgettable’ Revival in the Works at A&E

Poppy Montgomery series will likely get a fourth season after being canceled twice by CBS

“Unforgettable” is starting to seem unstoppable.

The Poppy Montgomery series, which was canceled twice by CBS, has likely found a new home, this time at A&E.

The network is closing in on a deal to give the series a 13-episode fourth season, an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap on Friday.

The series, which stars Montgomery as a female police detective with a photographic memory, was most recently canceled in October. “Unforgettable” had previously been canceled by CBS following its first season, but later reversed course, making it a summer series, as it would face less ratings pressure.

Montgomery and her costar Dylan Walsh are thought to be returning for the revival, with John Bellucci and Ed Redlich coming back aboard as executive producers of the Sony Pictures Television-produced series.

Deadline first reported the news of the possible “Unforgettable” revival.

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