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Unforgettable

Unforgettable
  • Rating: 6.70
  • Year of issue: 2011
  • Genres: Crime, Drama
  • Countries: United States
  • Duration: 60 minutes

Carrie Wells, a former NY Police detective, has a rare medical condition that gives her the ability to visually remember everything. She rejoins the force and uses her ability to solve crimes.

  • When a murder reunites former detective Carrie Wells with her old colleague and flame, she must utilize her rare ability to revisit her every memory to catch the killer.
  • When a young boy witnesses a murder, Carrie must put aside the memories of her sister's death to help him lead the police to the killer.
  • When a hotel maid is accused of murdering a guest who she says tried to rape her, Carrie takes matters into her own hands to uncover the truth, threatening Al's investigation.
  • When a crime scene is destroyed in an explosion moments after Carrie catches a glimpse of the room, her memories become a crucial piece of the investigation.
  • When Al's ex-partner is gunned down and the investigation reveals he may have been a dirty cop, Carrie must decide how to support him without getting too close.
  • Carrie and Al's investigation into the murder of a hard-partying heiress takes an unexpected turn when they discover that the woman apparently didn't exist until 18 months earlier.
  • Carrie's investigation into the death of her sister moves forward, but her inability to let go may hinder the search for a missing infant whose father was murdered.
  • Al and Carrie investigate the murder of a teen who seemed to have no enemies. Meanwhile, Carrie looks to her estranged aunt for help with the investigation into her sister's murder.
  • When a second murder suddenly occurs at an active crime scene, Al and Carrie must wade through hundreds of bystanders to uncover if it was retribution or an unrelated attack.
  • When a renowned ghost hunter is killed, Carrie and Al discover that his death is linked to a chilling discovery he made on a recent assignment.
  • When a construction worker with a promising future is murdered, Carrie and Al wonder if his ties to the mob were the cause of his death or an unrelated coincidence.
  • A routine investigation into a college student's death takes a disturbing turn for Carrie when a suspect makes a dangerous move to outwit her memory.
  • During a murder trial in which a real estate mogul is accused of killing his wife, a key witness disappears. Carrie and Al must find the witness and solve the case within 48 hours, or all charges against the defendant will be dismissed.
  • A murder victim is found in the middle of a ballpark. The victim is a bank manager involved with a robbery at his bank, while his girlfriend reports he is a good, clean guy to Carrie.
  • Al and Carrie are forced to the sidelines by a negotiator when the father of a suspect that Roe shot takes members of the Queens PD, including Nina, hostage in a desperate quest for justice.
  • Carrie finds the true identity of her nemesis, Fred, who also gives her not only clues to the current homicide investigation of a tennis player on the comeback trail but also offers a clue in the death of Rachel, Carrie's sister.
  • Carrie meets Steve's parents and other mob related friends at the opening of his restaurant and is taken off a case because of guilt by association: her romantic friendship with Steve.
  • The investigation of a research lab fire has the fire marshal reluctant to say the “B” word because the suggestion would mean post 9/11 red tape interference until Carrie tells him where the detonator is she passed in the hallway.
  • Carrie arrives at a murder scene not knowing it was of Walter Morgan, her nemesis who held the clues to the death of Carrie's sister Rachael.
  • The Secret Service enlists Carrie and Al's help when a murder investigation leads them to uncover a counterfeiting ring run by an assassin. Boris Kodjoe guest stars.
  • Carrie and Al investigate the death of a boxer, when he is beaten to death. The clues suggest that the victim hadn't tried to defend himself or fight back against his attacker.
  • A young ambitious world news reporter turns up dead the day she breaks a big news story implicating a high ranking official in a sex scandal. Carrie and Al both use their connections in high places to access information.
  • Carrie and Al must find the connection between a murdered coast guard officer, a celebrity chef who threw him out of his restaurant and a missing block of C-4 before the explosives are used.
  • Carrie investigates the books when Al becomes the prime suspect in a murder case of someone he helped put away in the past.
  • Carrie and Al's investigation into the death of a college dropout takes a surprising turn when they discover he had been living in an off-the-grid community on an abandoned island near Manhattan.
  • Carrie and Al's investigation into the death of a college dropout takes a surprising turn when they discover he had been living in an off-the-grid community on an abandoned island near Manhattan.
  • Carrie and Al investigate the murder of a high-end matchmaking service employee, but each secret they uncover in the victim's life only serves to create a new possible suspect and motive.
  • Carrie and Al investigate the murder of a movie star found shot to death in his dressing room. The victim had changed his ways, but a meeting with a woman in an out of the way lounge creates suspicion.
  • Carrie and Al prevent the poisoning of a US Senator, but in the process Carrie is poisoned with a toxin that affects her memory.

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