‘Unforgettable’ Canceled After Four Seasons

Unforgettable has been canceled (again).

The Poppy Montgomery-led procedural, that ran for CBS on 3 seasons before removing canceled and relocating to A+E, will not lapse for a fifth season, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

This is technically a third time Unforgettable has gotten a ax. The array was canceled by CBS after only one deteriorate in 2012. The network afterwards resurrected a play and aired it in a summers of 2013 and 2014 before opting not to pierce brazen with a fourth season. A+E afterwards picked adult a series, with a fourth deteriorate premiering in November. The final part aired Jan. 22.

Unforgettable centered on a womanlike investigator (Montgomery) who has a special condition that gives her a ability to visually remember everything. Taxi alum Marilu Henner, one of a few famous to have a condition, served as a consultant on a uncover and also seemed in an episode. The array also starred Dylan Walsh.

Unforgettable was a co-production between CBS Television Studios and Sony Pictures Television, a latter that rubbed general distribution. Ed Redlich, John Bellucci, Carl Beverly and Sarah Timberman served as executive producers.

A+E’s preference continues in a new trend of straight integration, with many networks selecting projects constructed in-house over array from outward studios. 

Upcoming A+E dramas embody Damian and The Infamous, that hails from A+E Studios.