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Sandra Gonzalez
July 09, 2013 AT 06:00 PM EDT

Just a few weeks ahead of the second season premiere of Unforgettable, CBS has made all 22 episodes of the show’s first season available on, via the CBS app.

The move, says the network, is part of an effort to familiarize viewers with the characters and their history ahead of the show’s return on July 28.

In the first season, which ranked as the No. 2 new drama of the 2011-12 season, viewers were introduced to Carrie Wells (Poppy Montgomery), a detective with a rare ability to recall intricate details from daily life, and Al Burns (Dylan Walsh), her partner and former boyfriend.

Last week, EW had a first look at the show’s big return after being off the air for more than a year. And in an interview, Walsh previewed a few of the show’s changes, saying, “It’s kind of a lighter show than it was. It got a bit gloomy at times in the first season. It’s rare in this business to get a chance to retool something — that fit pretty good the first time around — but a chance to relaunch something.”

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