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March 25, 2017 at 05:39 PM EDT

Dick Wolf has long fused fact with fiction in his Law & Order series, as many episodes were inspired by actual events. But with Inside the FBI: New York, the docuseries hones in on the real world of the Bureau’s New York field office.

A new promo from USA Network offers a first look at the upcoming project and announces a premiere for Thursday, April 27 at 10 p.m. ET. “While we do care about what’s going on overseas, New York is home, and this is where I’m worried about. Anytime something happens here, I take it personal,” agents say in the footage. “The threat’s always evolving, so we always have to be evolving.”

Wolf executive produces Inside the FBI: New York, which hails from Marc Levin. Each episode promises to put a spotlight on a division within the New York office, including Counter Terrorism, Gang Units, Cyber Crimes, and Human Trafficking.

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“Marc and his team were embedded with the FBI’s flagship New York office for over a year, and his extraordinary access has resulted in a never-before-seen look at the lives and work of the FBI agents who keep Americans safe,” Wolf said in a statement (via Deadline).

Watch the promo above.

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