Showtime canceled the series based on a story by Charlie MacLean and Ben Affleck, ‘City on a Hill.’
The cancellation comes a month after the series aired the last episode of its third season.
With favorable critical and audience reviews after the first season premiered in 2019, the renewal arrived 2 months later.
On July 31, 2022, the show premiered its third season with 8 episodes.
The cancellation of the show was quietly decided upon about one month ago. According to sources, the cancellation is not linked to David Nevins exiting his position as the head of Showtime.
Showtime’s crime drama follows an unlikely alliance between a corrupt venerated FBI veteran, Jackie Rohr (Kevin Bacon), and the ADA Decourcy Ward (Aldis Hodge).
They take on a case that changes the city’s entire criminal justice system.
Charlie MacLean criou o show e escreveu ao lado de orge Zamacona and Michele McPhee.
Tom Fontana served as showrunner and executive producer. Bacon, Hodge, Jennifer Todd, Jorge Zamacona, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, and Barry Levinson also serves as executive producer.
In addition to Bacon and Hodge, Jill Hennessy, Matthew Del Negro, and Lauren E. Banks also act in supporting roles.
Showtime ‘City on a Hill’ – Kevin Bacon and Aldis Hodge’s next works
Now, Bacon, on the other hand, will stay busy with a series of projects in the pipeline.
Hodge will take on the role of detective and forensic psychologist Alex Cross in Prime Video’s upcoming crime thriller series “Cross.”
Will be the first time the best-selling James Patterson novel series is getting a series adaptation.
All three seasons of City On A Hill are available to stream on Showtime.