City on a Hill Season 3 Episode 5 has completed its midpoint. Episode 4 of the Boston crime thriller was delayed by a week because of a short gap caused by the airing of “Jackass Forever.” The next episode, featuring Kevin Bacon and Aldis Hodge, will show as scheduled, so fans won’t have to wait long to see them in action.
In the last episode, we saw Jenny (Jill Hennessey) try to contact the FBI in an effort to get Rohr (Kevin Bacon) restored in the agency, while Decourcy Ward (Patrick Hodge) fought for his position to become Boston’s next district attorney. Caysen is shocked by the fallout from testifying in Tony Suferin’s federal trial, and Siobhan gets a taste of the difficulty of her mission to safeguard the Mendoza family after a frightening encounter.
When can we expect to see City on a Hill Season 3 Episode 5?
Episode 5 of “City on a Hill” is titled “Take me Home” and will premiere on Friday, September 2 on Streaming/On-Demand and on Sunday, September 4 at 10 pm ET on Showtime. There is now no preview available, but stay tuned for more developments.
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What to expect from City on a Hill Season 3 Episode 5?
A summary provided by Showtime states as follows: “Jackie decides to do something as the evidence against Sinclair Dryden mounts. Caysen, anxious to clear his own reputation, considers a compromise as Decourcy strives to establish Curtis Whitaker’s innocence. Siobhan’s case against Needham Industries is progressing, but she is derailed when a reporter arrives to ask questions. Jenny consults an attorney about her father’s legal matter.” The episode was written by Haley Cameron, and Hagar Ben-Asher directed it.
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Logline suggests the Drydens are in a bit of a pickle, but Jackie is on the case. Both Banks and Hennessy, the female protagonists, have their own character arcs that have important conflicts for them to resolve.
Season 3 of ‘City on a Hill’ can be seen every Sunday night at 10 p.m. ET on Showtime.