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The Forgotten
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The Forgotten intertitle
Genre Drama
Starring Christian Slater
Michelle Borth
Rochelle Aytes
Heather Stephens
Anthony Carrigan
Bob Stephenson
Country of origin USA
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 15[1] (plus an unaired pilot & 2 unaired episodes) (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Jerry Bruckheimer
Jonathan Littman
Location(s) Chicago, Illinois
Los Angeles, California
Broadcast
Original channel ABC
Original run September 22, 2009 – March 9, 2010
Status Canceled

The Forgotten is a television series which premiered on September 22, 2009 on ABC. On November 9, 2009, ABC ordered five additional episodes of the series, bringing the first season's total to eighteen episodes.[2] It was reported that the March 9, 2010 episode would be the series finale,[1] but ABC has confirmed that the show has not been canceled and that the two remaining episodes may be aired before the end of the season.[3]

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Premise

A group of dedicated, amateur detectives, the members of the Forgotten Network (also referred to, in the pilot, as the Identity Network) attempt to reconstruct the pieces of these John and Jane Does' lives from what little evidence is left behind. Each episode is narrated by a "body" who watches the team as they pursue the tantalizingly difficult challenge of figuring out who this victim once was. Why would anyone volunteer for such a grim task? As new recruit Tyler Davies quickly discovers, each of the members of the team has his or her own reasons for volunteering for the Network. Alex Donovan is a former cop, whose then 8-year-old daughter was kidnapped two years ago and has never been found. Lindsey Drake, the woman who runs the network from her home, is a virtual recluse whose husband is a convicted murderer. Walter Bailey does stake outs—when he's not blowing his cover. Candace Butler hates her day job. She also happens to have a special gift for putting people at ease—even the prickly Tyler, a talented sculptor with a background in forensics, a medical school drop-out, who initially joined the team to fulfill a sentence of 200 hours of community service after being apprehended defacing buildings.

Cast

Episodes

In addition to the 17 regular episodes produced with the cast listed, an "Original Pilot" was previously filmed with different actors in some of the the roles. Rupert Penry-Jones played Alex Donovan, and Reiko Aylesworth played Linda Manning (replaced by Heather Stephens as Lindsey Drake).[4]

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