Law & Order: UK

Monday, January 23 at 10pm ET/PT, (8MT, 9CT) on Citytv

“Dawn Till Dusk”

The team takes on three cases over the course of one long day, beginning with the investigation of a man shot dead in his car. Then, on their way back from the crime scene, they are called to a nearby office to look into a sibling spat that has taken a murderous turn. After a chaotic morning, the day takes an unexpected twist when one of the detectives is accused of police intimidation.

Monday, December 22 at 10pm ET/PT (8MT, 9CT) on Citytv


The murder of an elderly janitor, Jonathan Waldman, was so carefully planned and executed that police are left without a single piece of forensic evidence to pursue in the hunt for the killer. Adding to the mystery of the case, the highly elaborate crime is documented in precise detail in a manual purchased three weeks earlier in the victim’s name.

Monday, December 12 at 10pm ET/PT (9CT, 11MT) on Citytv


A deathbed confession to the murder of teenager Amanda Bennet leaves DS Ronnie Brooks (Bradley Walsh) shaken to the core as he is forced to reopen a case he thought was closed 14 years ago. At the time of Amanda’s murder, her wealthy businessman father, Simon (Tim McInnerny, Notting Hill), was accused and convicted of killing her. Now, a more sober Ronnie is forced to ask if mistakes were made in the original investigation.

Monday, December 5 at 10pm ET/PT (8MT, 9CT) on Citytv


A botched robbery leaves an innocent hero dead and a cab driver taken hostage by the two thieves making a getaway. When the police capture one of the accused, Frank Donovan (Rob Jarvis, Hustle), they are desperate to know the whereabouts of his hostage who has a potentially fatal medical condition.

Monday, November 28 at 10pm ET/PT (9CT, 11MT) on Citytv

“Survivor’s Guilt”

A drive-by shooting leaves one police officer dead and another wounded in what appears to be a targeted attack on a witness in a murder trial. As Ronnie (Bradley Walsh) and the team investigate, they are surprised to learn the gunman was specifically targeting police officers. In a case that sees the whole team emotionally exhausted, defence barrister Doug Greer (Colin Salmon) argues that his client was the victim of police racism.

Monday, November 14 at 10pm ET/PT (9CT, 11MT) on Citytv


Stabbed to death while they slept, the killings of David and Elaine Lerner prove a mystery to Ronnie (Bradley Walsh) and Matt (Jamie Bamber). Universally loved, there’s not a single lead that points to grievances held or enemies made. The previous owner of the house soon emerges as a much more likely target for attack – Camilla Mallon (Anna Wilson-Jones), a banker embroiled in a hedge fund scandal.

Monday, November 7 at 10pm ET/PT (9CT, 11MT) on Citytv

“Tick Tock”

When a night club is peppered with bullets, two victims are found bleeding out on the floor as a deadly gun rampage begins through the streets of London. With the media swarming all over the case, Matt and Ronnie are in a race against the clock as they try to track down the Bonnie and Clyde duo wreaking havoc on the city streets.

Monday, October 31 at 10pm ET/PT (9CT, 11MT) on Citytv


Lying in a pool of blood, a call girl seems to have only one admirer capable of her murder – a man who was with her that night, a man without an alibi, a man with everything to lose if his secret obsession with her was revealed. Alesha (Freema Agyeman) begins to suspect someone has reason to frame the accused. Dogged in her pursuit of the truth, she unearths a betrayal of such enormity that proves there are no winners in this case.