Toby Logan (Craig Olejnik) is a 30-year-old paramedic living with a secret: he can read people's minds. Until now, he's kept it to himself, fearing that his telepathic powers were a sign that he's slowly but surely losing his mind.
However, the more he learns how to use it, the more he comes to believe that this telepathy thing can be pretty darn cool – that this confounding curse might, in fact, be a gift.
Now that Toby has decided to step out of the shadows, and embrace his fate, he's got a new perspective on life.
In the all-new season, which travels to Vancouver for the first time in the season premiere, Logan works hard to sharpen his police skills as a full-time Special Consultant with the Integrated Investigative Bureau (IIB).
Also this season, Ingrid Kavelaars joins the cast as Nichola Martell, the ambitious new police superintendent.
In the Season 4 premiere episode entitled "Blast from the Past", Toby and Michelle (Lauren Lee Smith) are sent to Vancouver to investigate after a string of high-tech thefts spreads west.
Toby is surprised when he crosses paths with his ex-girlfriend Lori Black (Jewel Staite), who may be connected to the potential suspect.
In Season 4, Toby's personal life also heats up as his relationship grows with crime reporter Tia Tremblay, who is inexplicably the one person he can't read.
Life will be no less dramatic for Toby's colleagues as Sgt. Michelle McCluskey struggles through a complicated marriage with her husband, while IIB head Alvin Klein (Peter Stebbings) attempts to protect himself and his team from the political manoeuvrings of the ambitious new police superintendent, Nichola Martell.
Meanwhile, new director of emergency services Oz Bey (Ennis Esmer) realises that being the boss is harder than he expected.
Season 4 also welcomes a stellar list of guest stars including Justin Chatwin, Michael Filipowich, Michael Cram, Gabrielle Miller, Erin Karpluk, Krystin Pellerin and Canadian mixed martial arts fighter Elias Theodorou.
In The Listener's digital companion series Double Date...With Death, series characters Oz (Ennis Esmer) and Sandy (Tara Spencer-Nairn) work with local reporter Missy (Stephanie Anne Mills) to uncover the secret behind a Jane Doe's death and the mysterious key she left behind. All clues lead to a deadly virus outbreak set to take place at a high-stakes ping pong competition.
The Listener is produced by Shaftesbury in association with CTV and FOX International Channels. The series is executive produced by Christina Jennings and Scott Garvie for Shaftesbury, and Karen Troubetzkoy and Peter Mohan.