‘Unforgettable’ Star Poppy Montgomery Talks With WWJ About Her New Show
How’s your memory? Would you like to be able to remember everything that happened … every minute of every hour of every day? It’s rare, but there are people who actually have that blessing, or curse.
That’s the idea behind the new CBS show “Unforgettable.” which stars Poppy Montgomery as a former police detective who can’t forget anything. Poppy joined us on WWJ to discuss her role.
Greg Bowman asked, “How’s your memory?”
Montgomery answered jokingly, “I call myself the forgetterer … my lines I’m pretty good at because I’ve just been doing it for so long — it’s like a muscle, but … I need someone to help me keep a schedule. Tell me where to be, what time to be there.”
Montgomery explained that the ability illustrated in the show is real, “It’s called HSAM or Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory. Marilu Henner actually is one of the six first people discovered to have it.” She continues saying, “To me it’s kind of a superpower … it’s really extraordinary.
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“Unforgettable” airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. on WWJ-TV, CBS Detroit. Full TV Schedule