Fall Review: 'Unforgettable'

The procedural reunites former Without A Trace star Poppy Montgomery with that show's network and its executive producer, Ed Redlich. Montgomery, who's become a redhead but still looks better than most of us, stars as former Syracuse cop Carrie Wells. Carrie has the gift (or the curse) of remembering almosteverything - except for the murder of her sister.

It sounds familiar, doesn't it? A main character with a tragic past, not to mention that she used to be sleeping with her new partner - former Nip/Tuck lead Dylan Walsh as NYPD detective Al Burns. (It doesn't take a genius to figure out they'll be back in bed eventually, as we're already getting flashbacks to their relationship and promos with a scantily clad Carrie.) Then there's the supporting cast including a few common molds, namely the woman (as played by Daya Vaidya) and the fresh-faced rookie (Kevin Rankin). You'd be forgiven for thinking you'd seen this all before, especially on CBS, the network known for its procedurals.

Yet I find myself intrigued by Unforgettable even if it's reconstructing the wheel. Read More...



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