A&E is expected to revive the canceled CBS drama “Unforgettable” for a fourth season of thirteen episodes.
CBS axed the series after its first year before deciding to pick it up for an additional two seasons to air during Summer. They then cancelled it again in October last year, but now A&E has stepped in to revive the Poppy Montgomery-led series.
It’s an interesting bit of irony considering A&E recently cancelled its own popular procedural “Longmire” after three seasons, only for Netflix to pick it up for a fourth.
Meanwhile, NBC is aiming to revive its longest-running drama series, the original “Law & Order” which was cancelled after twenty seasons in 2010. Ten new episodes are said to be under consideration.
Though the project is not in active development at the moment, the network has reportedly been exploring the possibility of re-assembling the cast from the early years of the series including Chris Noth and Sam Waterston.