This marks the third time the Poppy Montgomery and Dylan Walsh-led series has been canceled

By Will Robinson
Updated February 17, 2016 at 01:16 PM EST
Credit: Jeff Neumann/CBS

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Unforgettable‘s third life is over. The A&E crime procedural has been canceled after four seasons, EW has confirmed.

The Poppy Montgomery and Dylan Walsh-led series premiered on CBS in 2011 and was first canceled after season 1; however, CBS reversed course and aired another two seasons. The show was canceled again in October 2014 after season 3, but lived on after A&E stepped in, ordering a 13-episode season 4.

In the series, Montgomery played Carrie Wells, a police detective with a photographic memory. Al Burns (Walsh) is her former boyfriend and partner.

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The fourth season of Unforgettable concluded Jan. 22. Though A&E has declined to order more episodes, it is yet unknown whether the show’s production company, Sony Pictures Television, will pursue a new network for season 5.

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