Life on Mars (1/16)

Network: OCN

Available: Unknown

Summary: Han Tae-joo is a detective who has a reputation for sticking to his principles. While Tae-joo is on the trail of a serial killer, he ends up in a serious accident. He wakes up in 1987 and soon realizes that if he’s ever going to return to the present, he needs to solve a murder case. For that, he enlists the help of fellow detectives Yoon Na-young, Kang Dong-chul, Lee Yong-gi, and Jo Nam-sik.

Life on Mars is based on the 2006 BBC One drama of the same name.

Sketch (1/16)

Network: jTBC

Available: DramaFever.com

Summary: Detective Yoo Shi-hyun isn’t just a sketch artist—some of her drawings are prescient. With those cryptic drawings, she can reveal events three days in the future, and she and her colleagues may have a chance at stopping terrible crimes before they happen. She encounters the vengeful Detective Kang Dong-su, who is searching for his fiancée’s murderer, and Sergeant Kim Do-jin, whose pregnant wife was also murdered. The three of them, along with their team leader Moon Jae-hyun and Oh Young-shim, will try to stop the horrific crimes Shi-hyun draws and bring a serial killer to justice. But they are unprepared for one complication: Shi-hyun isn’t the only one who can see the future.

Investigation Couple (1 & 2/32)

Network: MBC

Available: Viki.com/KoCoWa.com (as Partners for Justice)

Summary: Prosecutor Eun Sol uses her photographic memory to bring criminals to justice. While she is passionate about her job, her rookie status and occasional clumsiness sometimes get in her way. She teams up with Baek Bum, a 10-year veteran of the National Forensic Service, who has a reputation for being prickly and eccentric. Together, the two of them will do everything they can to track down a serial killer in the 8th Eastern District.

Switch (1 & 2/32)

Network: SBS

Available: Viki.com/KoCoWa.com

Summary: Sa Do-chan is a brilliant man who could have taken the bar exam and become a prosecutor—but instead he uses his intellect to scam, cheat, and lie his way through life as a conman. Do-chan teams up with several other people, including Prosecutor Oh Ha-ra, to take care of the criminals that escaped the justice system.

Live (1/18)

Network: tvN

Available: Unknown

Summary: At the busiest precinct in the country, police officers Han Jung-oh and Yeom Sang-soo may be in over their heads. While Jung-oh has to fight against the sexism in the office to be taken seriously, Sang-soo gets on his superior’s bad side and is repeatedly struck by bad luck. Meanwhile, former rising star Oh Yang-chon has been demoted due to an unfortunate incident. Can the three of them figure out how to uphold justice both on and off the Hongil patrol?

Children of a Lesser God (1/16)

Network: OCN

Available: Unknown

Summary: Rookie detective Kim Dan has the supernatural ability to see ghosts. Her power allows her to see the moments of a victim’s death, and she hopes to use that information to catch murderers. Kim Dan ends up partnered with Chun Jae-in, a genius detective with a reputation for only caring about facts and logic. The two of them stumble upon a conspiracy, and they will have to work together in order to bring down the powerful group of people behind it.

Mystery Queen 2 (1/16)

Network: KBS2

Available: KoCoWa.com/Viki.com (as Queen of Mystery 2)

Summary: Yoo Seol-ok used to dream of becoming a detective, but her life took a different turn after she married a prosecutor. Seol-ok ended up as a housewife—until a mystery crossed her path. She ended up solving it when no one else could, and in the process, earned the respect of Detective Ha Wan-seung. In this second season of the show, Seol-ok and Wan-seung continue working together to solve crimes.

Bad Guys: City of Evil (1/16)

Network: OCN

Available: Unknown

Summary: In this spin-off series of the 2014 Bad Guys, Woo Je-moon leads a team dedicated to using criminals to track down other criminals. Beside him is Noh Jin-pyung, a brilliant rookie prosecutor, and Jang Sun-chul, a disreputable detective. The two criminals assisting them are Heo Il-hoo, a “reformed” gangster turned fishmonger, and Han Gang-joo, who claims to have been framed but now seeks revenge. Together this team of five will go after the criminals that the regular methods of justice cannot reach.

Doubtful Victory (1 & 2/40)

Network: SBS

Available: Viki.com/KoCoWa.com (as “Oh, the Mysterious”)

Summary: After spending ten years on death row for a crime he didn’t commit, Oh Il-seung breaks out of prison and passes himself off as a detective in order to chase down real criminals. He is soon offered a new, permanent identity—provided he can find a hidden cache of 100 billion won in three days. Il-seung quickly becomes entangled with Detective Jin Jin-young, who is trying to find out who really killed her father.

Two Cops (1 & 2/32)

Network: MBC

Available: Viki.com/KoCoWa.com

Summary: Cha Dong-tak is a detective in the Violent Crimes Unit. During one of his investigations, he crosses paths with Gong Soo-chang, a con artist, who ends up “possessing” Dong-tak’s body. While they try to figure out how to cohabitate in one body, Dong-tak encounters rookie reporter Song Ji-ahn. Her determination and feisty spirit causes her to butt heads with the straitlaced Dong-tak, but they also end up developing feelings for one another.