The latest series in NBC's growing Chicago franchise, Chicago Justice, premieres tonight and here's how you can watch it online.
Chicago Justice starts as a spinoff to Chicago Fire, with Firehouse 51 responding to a warehouse fire that resulted in 39 deaths. The Chicago P.D. team then finds a suspect and places them in custody. That's where the Chicago Justice team comes in.
"It is up to Peter Stone (Philip Winchester) and his team, including lead investigator Antonio Dawson (Jon Seda) to step in to bring some peace and resolution to so many families and friends of those lost - including one very close to home," says NBC. "When the team comes face to face with a hotshot attorney (guest star Bradley Whitford), they find themselves up against a dicey confession, incriminating evidence, and a questionable motive."
— Chicago Justice (@chicagojustice) March 1, 2017
The series also stars Carl Weathers as State's Attorney Mark Jefferies, Joelle Carter as Investigator Laura Nagel and Monica Barbaro as Assistant State's Attorney Anna Valdez.
In addition to Whitford, the first episode guest stars Elias Koteas, Jason Beghe and Taylor Kinney.
This will be the conclusion of NBC's ambitious programming Wednesday night, with the storyline continuing from Chicago Fire at 8 p.m. ET/PT to Chicago P.D. at 9 p.m. ET/PT and finally Chicago Justice at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Those how cannot watch the premiere of Chicago Justice on television can do so online. NBC has its own live stream on its website, though it is only available in select markets (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas-Fort Worth, Hartford, Miami, San Diego and Washington D.C.) after logging in with your cable subscription information. You can also access the live stream in select markets on SlingTV, for cord-cutters.
To live tweet and follow along with others watching the premiere of Chicago Justice, use hashtag #ChicagoJustice on Twitter.