Ten episodes of “Absentia,” starring Stana Katic, will air exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. Sony Pictures Television

Stana Katic’s upcoming series, “Absentia,” has finally found its home!

On Wednesday, Amazon Prime Video announced their partnership with Katic as the lead star and executive producer of “Absentia.” The series will follow the life of an FBI agent named Emily Byrne, who mysteriously disappears and is declared dead.

Years later, Emily resurfaces in a cabin in the woods. Unfortunately, she has no memory of what happened to her the past couple of years. Emily returns home to her spouse, a fellow FBI agent named Nick (Patrick Heusinger), but he has already remarried. Emily and Nick’s son, who was still very young when she disappeared, also has no memory of his mom.

As of late, it is still unknown when “Absentia” will premiere in the country, but the show’s premiere dates in other parts of the world were announced in September. Around the same time, Sony Pictures Television Networks also announced the official home for the series in the country will be revealed in the coming weeks.

“Absentia” scouted for a permanent home in the United States for several months before finally landing a deal with Amazon Prime Video. The series also stars Cara Theobold, Patrick McAuley, Neil Jackson, Bruno Bichir, Angel Bonnani and more.

The production for “Absentia” wrapped up as early as July, and all of the series’ 10 episodes were filmed within only 62 days. “Absentia” received a straight to series order from Sony Pictures Television Networks’ AXN thereafter. And in May, it was showcased at the 57th Monte Carlo Television Festival.

While at the gathering, CEO Laurent Puons expressed his excitement over Katic’s new show and said, “With its acclaimed cast and crew, alongside its intriguing premise, I’m certain ‘Absentia’ will prove to be a huge hit with international audiences.”

“Absentia” also serves as Katic’s first major role since leaving ABC’s “Castle” last year. Katic was first to announce her departure from “Castle” before ABC decided to ultimately cancel the show after eight seasons.