Unforgettable

10:00pm – Tuesday, December 13 on CTV

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10:00pm – Tuesday, October 18 on CTV

Carrie (Poppy Montogomery) walks the line between friend and colleague when Al (Dylan Walsh) discovers his former partner may have been a dirty cop.

10:00pm – Tuesday, October 11 on CTV

When Carrie (Poppy Montgomery) catches a glimpse of a crime scene moments before it’s destroyed in an explosion, her memories become a crucial piece of the investigation.

Friday, October 7 at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT on Bravo!

Starring Poppy Montgomery (WITHOUT A TRACE) and Dylan Walsh (NIP/TUCK), one of the season’s most-watched new series, UNFORGETTABLE, continues this month on Bravo! In “Check Out Time” (October 7), a hotel maid is accused of murdering a guest who she says tried to rape her, and Carrie (Montgomery) takes matters into her own hands to uncover the truth, threatening Al’s (Burns) investigation.

10:00pm – Tuesday, October 4 on CTV

When a hotel maid is accused of murdering a guest who she says tried to rape her, Carrie (Poppy Montogomery) takes matters into her own hands to uncover the truth.

10:00pm – Tuesday, September 27 on CTV

When a young boy witnesses a murder, Carrie (Poppy Montogomery) must put aside the memories of her sister’s death to help him lead the police to the killer.

As Premiere Week came to a close Sunday, CTV’s new series PAN AM took flight with a sky-high 1.9 million viewers watching the big-buzz series debut.

PAN AM grew 9% from its DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES lead-in on CTV (1.7 million), and even more among A25-54 (+26%) and A18-49 (+16%).

Winning its timeslot with more than three times as many viewers as THE GOOD WIFE (568,000; Global), PAN AM ended the night as Sunday’s second most-watched program, following a record-breaking season premiere for THE AMAZING RACE with 2.9 million viewers.

With the PAN AM premiere, CTV now lays claim to the Top 4 new series on Canadian television, including THE X FACTOR (2.2 million), WHITNEY (2 million), and UNFORGETTABLE (1.7 million).

CTV was once again the overwhelming choice with viewers, finishing the night with the Top 3 programs in total viewers, A25-54, and A18-49. A closer look at Night Seven of Premiere Week:

 

At 8 p.m.

With 2.9 million viewers, THE AMAZING RACE nabbed its highest fall premiere ever last night, up 18% compared to last fall in total viewers and 19% among A25-54, and delivering a 9.3 rating in Toronto and Vancouver (A25-54).

The premiere attracted million plus audiences in the key demos, with 1.4 million (A25-54) and 1.3 million (A18-49).

THE AMAZING RACE becomes the third most-watched program of the week following TWO AND A HALF MEN and THE BIG BANG THEORY.

 

At 9 p.m.

DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES won its timeslot with 1.7 million viewers (and A25-54/A18-49) to become the #3 program of the night.

 

At 10 p.m.

PAN AM won its timeslot nationally and the metered markets in total viewers and all key adult demos (916,000/A25-54; 792,000/A18-49). The series premiere delivered a 6.3 rating in Toronto (A25-54). More than 4 million unique viewers watched some or all of the broadcast.

On CTV Two, nearly one million viewers (966,000) watched the season premiere of CSI: MIAMI, finishing #2 in the hour only behind CTV’s PAN AM and 70% ahead of THE GOOD WIFE (568,000).

 

CTV also won Friday night with total viewers and all key adult demos with the Top 2 programs of the evening. Winning the night overall for CTV was the season premiere of last year’s #1 returning new drama BLUE BLOODS with 1.8 million viewers at 10 p.m., followed closely by the season premiere of CSI: NY with 1.7 million viewers at 9 p.m. Both series far outpaced the audience of the series debut of A GIFTED MAN (944,000; Global/CBS) at 8 p.m.  

Most of last night’s episodes are available now on demand on the CTV Video Player at CTV.ca. 

It was a night to remember on CTV Tuesday as UNFORGETTABLE  became the most-watched new program of the day with 1.72 million viewers.

Making a memorable debut, UNFORGETTABLE won its 10 p.m. timeslot with total viewers and the key A25-54 and A18-49 demos, while retaining an impressive 97% of its DANCING WITH THE STARS lead-in and building upon it in demos.

CTV’s second new series premiere of the week ranks as the #2 new program of the season, following CTV’s WHITNEY.

At 10 p.m., UNFORGETTABLE left a lasting impression on both PARENTHOOD (Global/NBC) and the season premiere of BODY OF PROOF (Citytv/ABC), leading PARENTHOOD by +153% A2+ / +81% A25-54 / +55% A18-49 and BODY OF PROOF by +233% A2+ / +320% A25-54 / +256% A18-49.

At 9 p.m., the DANCING WITH THE STARS results show returned with 1.77 million viewers on CTV, more than doubling the audience of the series premiere of NEW GIRL (763,000; Citytv/FOX). In the key market of Toronto, DANCING WITH STARS was the #1 program of the night in total viewers, and won the hour over NEW GIRL and NCIS: LA with the key A18-49 and A18-34 demos.

All of last night’s episodes on CTV and CTV Two are available now on demand on the CTV Video Player at CTV.ca.

A flawless memory – superpower or curse? Only a handful of confirmed cases exist in North America of a rare condition where those afflicted are able to recall every detail of his or her past.

Known as hyperthymesia (or “Super Autobiographical Memory”), it’s the condition at the centre of the new series UNFORGETTABLE, airing Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET, beginning Sept. 20, on CTV.

A detailed and relentless memory may seem like something out of a comic book or blockbuster film, but in actuality it exists for a handful of individuals.

Unlike photographic memory that relies on facts using images, rhymes or other devices to recall what they wish to remember, for individuals with hyperthymesia, memories never disappear.

It’s an ability to remember that is often described as “a movie that keeps on playing” over and over.

CTV pulls back the veil on this incredible condition:

Specific Events: The two defining characteristics of hyperthymesia are that the person spends an abnormally large amount of time thinking about his or her personal past, with an extraordinary capacity to recall specific events.

Details: Individuals with hyperthymesia can be asked a date, and describe the events that occurred that day, from the day of the week a specific event fell on and what the weather was like that day, to seemingly trivial details about events that most people would not be able to recall.

Personal Experiences: Hyperthymestic individuals can only recall events that they have personally experienced. Within reason, they can remember what happened every day of their lives.

Calendar Dates: Their ability to recall dates is based on a personal “mental calendar” that builds associations and attachments automatically and obsessively.

Photographic Memory: People with this condition often have poor photographic memories and complain of having trouble with tasks that are best learned through repetition and often required in school, such as arithmetic, science formulas and phonics in reading.

The Brain: MRIs on the confirmed case studies of people with hyperthymesia discovered that part of their brains were much larger than average for each of the participants – as much as six times larger.

Marilu Henner (TAXI), who consults and is set to guest star on UNFORGETTABLE, has a confirmed case of hyperthymesia.

 

Revealing both the light and dark side of this rare condition, UNFORGETTABLE is the new crime-drama starring Emmy®-nominated actor Poppy Montgomery (WITHOUT A TRACE) as NYPD detective Carrie Wells who puts her incredible ability to use to solve crimes. Every place, conversation, moment of joy, and heartbreak is forever embedded in Carrie’s mind. Yet the only memory that has escaped her is the day of her sister’s unsolved murder years ago.

Since then, Carrie has tried to put her past behind her, but she’s unexpectedly reunited with her ex-boyfriend and partner, NYPD Detective Al Burns (Dylan Walsh, NIP/TUCK), when she consults on a homicide case. His squad includes Detectives Mike Costello (Michael Gaston, DAMAGES, THE MENTALIST), Al’s right-hand man; Roe Saunders (Kevin Rankin, FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS, BIG LOVE), the junior member of the team; and Nina Inara (Daya Vaidya, HYPERION BAY), a sassy, street-smart cop. 

In the series premiere (Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 10 p.m. ET on CTV), Carrie reunites with her old colleague and flame, utilizing her rare ability to revisit her every memory and catch the killer, in a mysterious murder case. Surprisingly for Carrie, despite her conflicted feelings for Al, being back on the job after a break feels right. She decides to permanently join his unit as a detective solving homicides – most notably, the unsolved murder of her sister. All she needs to do is remember.