Start the countdown! The highly anticipated series, based in Canada’s largest city, Law & Order Toronto: Criminal Intent now has an official release date. And fans are in for a treat as the official trailer is now out!

After months of waiting, Citytv has announced that Law & Order Toronto: Criminal Intent will premier on February 22nd at 8 PM EST.

The series follows a Specialized Criminal Investigations duo, Detective Sergeants Henry Graff and Frankie Bateman, as they investigate high-profile homicides in Toronto.

“These cases are inspired by some of the country’s biggest headlines, with Season One delving into the worlds of high finance, politics, real estate, media, and more,” shares Citytv.

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“From the old-money glamour of Rosedale’s ravine-side homes to the vibrant, family-owned shops of Little India, City Hall to the city’s underpasses, Toronto will be featured in all of its raw, complex, and diverse glory.”

As for the minute-long trailer, fans can catch a glimpse of prominent Toronto landmarks like the CN Tower, the Toronto sign, Nathan Phillips Square, TTC street cars, and GO Trains.

According to Rogers Media back in June, Citytv greenlit the new, one-hour crime drama series spinoff, composed of 10 episodes showcasing “original Canadian stories written and produced by, and starring Canadians.”

The series is produced by Lark Productions and Cameron Pictures Inc., in association with Citytv, with filming that took place this fall in Toronto.

“The timeless appeal of the cases explored in the globally successful Law & Order franchise continue to draw in Citytv audiences week after week,” said Hayden Mindell, Senior Vice President, Television, Rogers Sports & Media.

“We’re thrilled to be in partnership with Lark Productions and Cameron Pictures Inc., to bring Canadian stories to this iconic format.”

Though it was slated to air on Citytv in Spring 2024, we can now expect some quality viewing this winter.

Watch the full trailer below!