|[10/27/22 - 11:39 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, October 27
Updates include: Showtime cancels "City on a Hill" after three seasons; Jason Bateman, Jude Law to lead "Black Rabbit" at Netflix; and Ravi Patel joins the cast of FOX's "Animal Control."
|[08/15/22 - 09:32 AM]
Showtime Scheduling Update - "The Chi" and "City on a Hill" to Return Friday, August 26
Both installments will make their linear debuts on Sunday, August 28.
|[05/18/22 - 10:03 AM]
Showtime Sets New Premiere Date for Season Three of "City on a Hill" and Releases Official Poster
The original premiere date of July 10 has been moved due to scheduling shifts.
|[03/24/22 - 10:04 AM]
Video: Showtime Releases First-Look Trailer for Season Three of "City on a Hill"
The new season will premiere on Sunday, July 10 at 10:00/9:00c.
|[11/12/21 - 11:25 PM]
Development Update: Friday, November 12
Updates include: Jennifer Garner set as new lead of Apple's "The Last Thing He Told Me"; Netflix's "Graymail" fills out cast; and Megan Hilty to replace Jane Krakowski in NBC's "Annie Live!"
|[06/02/21 - 11:01 AM]
Showtime(R) Networks Picks Up a Third Season of "City on a Hill" Starring Kevin Bacon and Aldis Hodge
Season three will be eight one-hour episodes and is set to resume production in New York later this year to premiere in 2022.
|[02/23/21 - 01:07 PM]
Video: Showtime(R) Debuts Trailer for Season Two of "City on a Hill"
Season two centers on a federal housing project in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston that is plagued with drug violence and a rightful distrust in local law enforcement.
|[01/28/21 - 10:01 AM]
"City on a Hill" Season Two to Premiere on Showtime Sunday, March 28 at 10 PM ET/PT
Beginning April 18, the series will move to 9 p.m. ET/PT.
|[11/20/20 - 11:17 PM]
Development Update: Friday, November 20
Updates include: The CW's "Black Lightning" to end after four seasons; Steven Lightfoot to run Apple's "Shantaram"; and Paul James cast in Showtime's "I Love This for You."
|[10/01/20 - 11:34 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, October 1
Updates include: Netflix orders final season of "F Is for Family"; Apple's Cecily Strong-led musical comedy fill out cast; and Hillary Rodham Clinton to executive produce "The Woman's Hour" for The CW.
|[06/12/20 - 11:46 PM]
Development Update: Friday, June 12
Updates include: ViacomCBS cuts ties with Big Fish Entertainment; FOX Entertainment shutters SideCar Content Accelerator; and Netflix's Nordic-based series to resume filming.
|[01/15/20 - 11:48 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, January 15
Updates include: Amazon parts ways with "Britannia," "The Dark Tower"; cast options expire on Netflix's "Mindhunter"; and Cinemax to stop airing original series after "Strike Back."
|[08/02/19 - 03:06 PM]
Showtime Orders a Second Season of "City on a Hill"
The show's freshman run is averaging 3.5 million viewers per week across platforms.
|[06/07/19 - 09:04 AM]
Video: Showtime(R) Offers the Series Premiere of "City on a Hill" for Early Sampling
The 10-episode series will officially premiere next Sunday, June 16 at 9:00/8:00c.
|[05/03/19 - 09:33 AM]
Video: Showtime(R) Debuts Poster and New Trailer for Upcoming Drama "City on a Hill" Starring Kevin Bacon and Aldis Hodge
Premiering on Sunday, June 16, the series is currently in production on 10 episodes in New York and Boston.
|[03/04/19 - 11:27 PM]
Development Update: Monday, March 4
Updates include: "Riverdale" co-star Luke Perry passes away; NBC tables plans for "Law & Order: Hate Crimes"; and Nathalie Kelley to star in ABC's "The Baker and the Beauty."
|[02/26/19 - 11:33 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, February 26
Updates include: FOX extends "Hell's Kitchen" for seasons 19 and 20; Mary Elizabeth Ellis, Tawny Newsome to lead ABC's "Woman Up"; and Ben J. Pierce to star in The CW's "Glamorous."
|[01/31/19 - 10:02 AM]
"City on a Hill" to Premiere on Showtime on Sunday, June 16 at 9 PM ET/PT
Production on the 10-episode series will begin in February in New York and Boston.
|[01/14/19 - 12:30 PM]
Sarah Shahi Joins Upcoming Showtime Drama Series "City on a Hill"
Production on the new 10-episode series will begin in February in New York and Boston, and will premiere later this year.
|[08/01/18 - 10:03 AM]
Tom Fontana Named Executive Producer and Showrunner on Showtime Drama Series "City on a Hill"
Fontana will work closely with series creator and executive producer Chuck MacLean on the 10-episode series premiering in 2019.
|[07/13/18 - 11:46 PM]
Development Update: Thursday-Friday, July 12-13
Updates include: Starz renews "Sweetbitter" for second season; Yvette Nicole Brown to guest host "Talking Dead" for AMC; and Rich Sommer joins the cast of The CW's "In the Dark."
|[05/17/18 - 11:02 AM]
Showtime(R) Orders "City on a Hill" to Series
The series was created by Chuck MacLean and based on an original idea by Academy Award(R) winner Ben Affleck.
|[12/12/17 - 11:41 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, December 12
Updates include: Jill Hennessy, Kevin Chapman among latest additions to Showtime's "City on a Hill"; Netflix acquires "The Frankenstein Chronicles"; and Judge Frank Caprio to star in new syndicated offering.
|[12/06/17 - 11:22 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, December 6
Updates include: Jonathan Tucker, Kevin Dunn bound for Showtime's "City on a Hill"; Sarah Wayne Callies to direct on USA's "Colony"; and Amber Skye Noyes to recur on ABC's "Quantico."
|[11/21/17 - 11:47 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, November 21
Updates include: PBS cancels "Charlie Rose" following accusations against host; Amazon's "Too Old to Die Young" reveals principal cast; and Michael Harney, Ksenia Solo board History's "Blue Book."
|[11/13/17 - 10:03 AM]
Golden Globe(R) Winner Kevin Bacon and SAG Award(R) Winner Aldis Hodge to Star in Showtime(R) Drama Pilot "City on a Hill"
The project will be executive produced by Academy Award(R) winners Ben Affleck and Matt Damon and Emmy nominee Jennifer Todd for Pearl Street Films, written and executive produced by Chuck MacLean, and directed and executive produced by Michael Cuesta.
|[07/27/17 - 09:34 AM]
Showtime(R) Picks Up New Drama Pilot "City on a Hill" Executive Produced by Academy Award(R) Winners Ben Affleck and Matt Damon
In the early 90s, Boston was rife with violent criminals emboldened by local law enforcement agencies in which corruption and racism was the norm, and then it all suddenly changed.