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About this title

Storyline

In the early 1990s, Boston was rife with violence. Police corruption and racism were the norm - and then it all changed in what was called the "Boston Miracle." In this fictional account, Assistant District Attorney Decourcy Ward (Aldis Hodge) comes from Brooklyn and forms an unlikely alliance with a corrupt yet venerated FBI veteran, Jackie Rohr (Kevin Bacon). Together, they take on a family of armored car robbers in a case that grows to involve, and ultimately subvert, the entire criminal justice system of Boston.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: June 7, 2019

Also Known As: Város a hegyen, Город на холме |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Canada (TV-MA) |  See more »

Genres

Company Credits

Production Co: Pearl Street Films

Cast

Charlie Fersko
as Billy
Charles MacLean
as Hook
Michael O'Keefe
as Salvy Clasby/Agent Clasby
Joseph Castillo-Midyett
as Technician
Giovanni Michael Abate
as School Child
Nicholas LaRocco
as Boy playing basketball
Melissa Marino
as Salon Receptionist
KeiLyn Durrel Jones
as Andre Benjamin
Samantha Soule
as Michaela Freda
Emma Myles
as Babsie Kinicki
Erika Rolfsrud
as Trudy Brower
Sharon Washington
as Shirley Hanlon
Kadrolsha Ona Carole
as Juror
Keiko Elizabeth
as U.S. Attorney Karen Shimizu/Karen Shimizu
Tom Ukah
as Tall Nurse
Maddy Mfuru
as Nadine Knowles
Ken Perlstein
as Hymie Privit
Gloria Reuben
as Eloise Hastings
Mariela Hill
as Gloria Allen
Orlagh Cassidy
as Folsom
Jack Dunn
as Keenan Cole/Special Agent Keenan Cole
Cody Kostro
as DJ Joye/D.J. Joye
Angel Desai
as Sarika Pula
Mike Doyle
as Josh Goshen
Daniel Fox
as Asst U.S. Attorney Joe Till
James Michael Cummings
as Tommy Hayes
Gregory Barker
as Church Member/Neighborhood Coalition Member
Justin Michael Woods
as Off-Duty Detective #3
Jim Cleary
as Patient
Michael Malvesti
as Brinks Guard #1
Phoebe Amirault
as Teen in Church
Brian Distance
as Court Clerk
Alessandra Noelle Rosenfeld
as Jenny Ryan
John Doman
as Guy Dan
Cathy Moriarty
as Dottie Ryan
Crystal Lake Evans
as Darcy Gerbracht
Susan Barrett
as Meg Kinsman
Michael Sean McGuinness
as Oliver Rawls
Robert G. McKay
as Harold Ellis
Quentin Pardee Collins
as Teen at Party
Amanda Clayton
as Cathy Ryan
Ken Kansky
as Pedestrian in Blizzard
Darik Bernard
as Darron Allen
Carrie Compere
as Nia Townsend
Rahim Rosen
Sammy Peralta
as Doorman
Billy Smith
as Sean Foley
Matthew Boston
as Robert Putnam
Kevin P. Farley
as Neighbor
Lenore Wolf
as Greta Roach
Kyle W. Brown
as Rookie
J. Bernard Calloway
as Captain Shag Lewis
Betsy Beutler
as Susan Donald
Jeremy Rudd
as Braxton Boy
Lauren E. Banks
as Siobhan Quays
Robert Wahlberg
as Bernie Hannahan/Detective Hannahan
Monique Alvarez
as Grace
Katt Masterson
as Woman on Payphone
Seth Gilliam
as Rev. Jasper Fields
James DuMont
as Randy Finch
Lenny Clarke
as A.D.A. #3
Michael-Scott Druckenmiller
as EMT #1
Bob Gallagher
as Attorney
Daniel O'Shea
as Det. Dillon Strock
Marianne Noscheze
as Hooker
Gene Amoroso
as Bailiff
Howard Breslau
as Funeral Director
Rory Culkin
as Clay Roach
Khalil Middleton
as Young Man
Gregory Ippolito
as Mitchell Duncan
Susanna Frazer
as Widow
Brian A. White
as Off-Duty Detective #1
Owen Burke
as Stevie Burke
Kevin Bacon
as Jackie Rohr
Grayson Eddey
as Tony Ryan
Dean Neistat
as Robber
Patrick M. Walsh
as Armored Car Driver
Zack Ruboy
as Park Goer
Zoe Margaret Colletti
as Benedetta Rohr
Bobby Martini
as Cop
Kate Avallone
as Liz Imperi
Lance A. Williams
as Dealer
Victor Sho
as Afram Mensah
Mark Ryder
as Father Doyle
Lee Tergesen
as Vito 'The Pig' Lupo
Ryan Jordan McCarthy
as Nurse
Mark O'Brien
as Jimmy Ryan
Dajour Chuck
as Gang Member #1
Ava Gaudet
as Janice
David Shih
as Manny Chung
Kemo Coleman
as BHA Officer Jared Davis
Colleen Kelly
as Woman in Hall
Cristala Carter
as Foreman
Jade Scott Lewis
as Jerry Sammarco
Starla Benford
as Mable Kane
Smokey Sims
as Smokey the lawyer
Mark Langston
as Juror
Jo Armeniox
as Sierra Mills
Adam Thayer
as Holly Gunner's Husband
Peter Duncanson
as Corchoran
Michele Cannon
as Church Board Member
Shannon Wallace
as Anton Campbell
Curzon Dobell
as Clerk Magistrate
Sarah Shahi
as Rachel Benham
Charlene Almarvez
as Yvette Kaishek
Arianna Esquerre
as Churchgoer
Cara Marquis
as Nikki Ryan
Christopher Jon Gombos
as IRA Thug
Victoria Collett
as Megan Ryan
Larry Nelson
as Bar Person
Brian Donahue
as Barnes
Bob Leszczak
as Fisherman/Man with Newspaper
David Afflick
as Politician
Nora Murphy
as Marie Ryan
Barney Fitzpatrick
as Doug Carey
Nick Jordan
as Bartender
Ben Hansen
as Guard
James L. Leite
as Trooper Lipari
Malcolm Fuller
as Kid
Lucia Ryan
as Benedetta Rohr
Kevin Dunn
as Nathan Rey
Shannon Williams
as Self - School kid
Barbara Rosenblat
as Judge DeLuca
Rafael Jordan
as Cop
Kathryn Erbe
as Sue Stanton
Cara Cooper
as Middle Class Mom
Brandon Tabassi
as Joe Nazzarin/Nazzarin
Kanoa Goo
as Dave Kumagai
Jason Iannacone
as FBI Agent
Justyn T Henry
as Gang Member #2
Madeline Grey DeFreece
as Madeline Wilson
Ox King
as Funeral Attendee
Jesse Sharp
as Foreman
Jack Ronan Grindley
as Catholic School Kid
David Matthew Jenkins
as Massachusetts State Trooper
Queen Neferteri Zulu
as Tia Jones
Andrew Polk
as Dr. Gibbs
Alexandra Bradley
as Little Girl
Todd Ryan Jones
as Strike Force #1
Rick Burtt
as Cop
Decater James
as Undercover Cop
Dean Winters
as Ralph Hook
Aldis Hodge
as DeCourcy Ward
Dane West
as Miles Kinicki
Fedna Jacquet
as Dr. Callie Mack
Nick D'Ambrosio
as Student
Antonietta Brownell
as Lawyer
Michael Erik
as Male Student
David S. Bookbinder
as Ebb Tide Bar Patron
Jonathan M. Parisen
as Councilman
Emilio Cuesta
as A.D.A. #2
Migs Govea
as Mick Diaz
Patrick Cann
as U.S. Marshal
Mercedes Rose
as Mrs. Gertrude Ruman
Mike Wendt
as Funeral Guest
Vincent Ingrisano
as BHA Cop
Steve Boghossian
as Shattuck
Kyle Mara
as Customer #2
Forest Quaglia
as Drunk Patron
David J. Cork
as Male Juror
Jeff Chena
as ADA Gareth Spaulding
Cory Boughton
as Cop #2
Kevin Nelson
as Boston Cop
Pascal Yen-Pfister
as Waiter
Angel Connell
as Funeral Attendee/Pub Patron
Stu Li
as Karen Shimizu's date
Stephanie Gunn
as Maitre D'/Maître d'
Alan Muraoka
as James Yoshimura
Mariah Lee
as Emma Newsome
MaYaa Boateng
as Kayla Wiley
Bruce Altman
as US Attorney
Jeff Panzarella
as Nick Giambra
Leon
as Reverend Isaiah Hughes
Paula Jon DeRose
as Eve Cergol
Jamad Mays
as Angelo
David Iacono
as Faust Aquino
Lin Hult
as Business Commuter on Boston Common
Nathaniel Beal
as State Police Colonel
Katie Bowler
as Party Girl
Bernard Bygott
as Russell
Kate Lyn Sheil
as Tara Sheehan
Maya Guacci
as Church Teen
Wolfe Jin
as Basketball Player
Elbert Kim
as Chinatown Pedestrian
Frank Muni
as Restaurant Customer
Blake Baumgartner
as Kick Ryan
Akim Black
as Leonard Jensen
Tom Driscoll
as Man in Bar
Ashlyn Alessi
as School Girl
George Signoriello
as Bartender
Anna Rizzo
as Heartbreaker
Lakisha May
as Trisha Jefferson
Catherine Wolf
as Rosa Congemi
Jill Hennessy
as Jenny Rohr
John J. Quinlan
as Massachusetts State Trooper
Annie Edgerton
as Court Clerk
Jackie Debatin
as Sandra Internicola
Julia Hsia
as Madam Kaishek
Peter Brownlee
as Businessman Professional/Layperson
Jessica VanOss
as Church Goer
Matthew Lawler
as Ari Moore
Peter Gerety
as Al Farisi
Thomas Kee
as Brinks Guard #2
Eric Scott Ways
as Ziba Pippin
Kevin Kevin
as Homeless Man
Ben Bocko
as Burnout
Christopher Wyman
as Detective
Michael Joseph Donovan
as Pat Hotel Doorman
Ed Kershen
as Councilman
Richard Spink
as Massachusetts State Trooper
Barbara Andres
as Lena Capozza
Curt Morlaye
as Junior Senegel
Scott William Winters
as Todd Hastings
Roshan Affolter
as Waiter
Lewis D. Wheeler
as A.D.A. #1
Tanner Pastore
as Meg Kinsman's Son
Stephen W. Tenner
as Cop #1
Leland Fowler
as Maurice Jones
Becca Q. Co
as Haley
Kevin Chapman
as J.R. Minogue
Lauren Cohen
as Bartender
David Neal Levin
as Mourner #1
Stephen D'Ambrose
as Evan Klondike
Natalie Savage
as Teacher
Amyrh Harris
as Trey Parker
Joseph Oliveira
as Rusty
Seven James
as Teen
Michael Alexander Henry
as Male Nurse
Adria Crum
as Gallery
Ally Matteodo
as Bar Patron
A.J. Paratore
as Heartbreaker's Date
Jamal James
as BPD Officer Jacob Marbury
Diana Boudreau
as Marilyn
Jere Shea
as Hank Signa
James Remar
as Richy Ryan
Mason Bleu
as Kenny
Ann Arvia
as Lisa Paelli
Abigail Donaghy
as Lila Roth
Rickland Powell
as Onlooker
Mark Lund
as Policeman
Tara Westwood
as Andrea Goodwin
Derek Klena
as Eddie Brienza/Tow lot guy
Daniel Passaro
as Det. Matt Valenza
Roy Jackson
as James Wright
Philip Casnoff
as Seth Golden
Tom Mardirosian
as Father Bender
Jonathan Tucker
as Frankie Ryan
Joseph Folks
as Terrence
Joe Gioco
as Judge Leo Tirone
Matthew Del Negro
as Chris Caysen
Evan Odeseye
as Jermaine Walker
Chip Zien
as Adam Corso
Georgina Reilly
as Corie Struthers
Patrick S. Hayes
as Off-Duty Detective #2
Michael Balzano III
as Boston Police
Robert Montano
as Rick Martinez
Reed Armstrong
as Cabot Stanton
Owen Laheen
as Maeve Regan
Hubert Point-Du Jour
as Kamal Kalil
Patrick Gerard Lynch
as Doctor
Craig muMs Grant
as Truancy Officer
Craig Wroe
as Robert
Marcus Gladney Jr.
as Marco Barnes
Edwin Cherfils
as Lawyer
John Ford-Dunker
as BPD Officer
Ian Dylan Hunt
as Ebb Tide Drunkard
David Pendleton
as Quincy
Camille Danielle
as Pentecostal Church Congregation
Lucas Van Engen
as Sheik Sheehan/Sheik
Hamish Allan-Headley
as Parole Officer
Merissa Czyz
as Annie Melendew
Declan Eells
as Brian Tompkins
Marc John Jefferies
as Rickey Townsend
Haley Cameron
as Amy
Elizabeth Stahlmann
as Holly Gunner
Kameron Kierce
as Kelvin Campbell
Anna Uzele
as Adrienne Bullock
Chris McGinn
as Court Clerk
Callum Adams
as Russ Wallace
Adam Desautels
as Massachusetts State Trooper
Morgan Pereira
as Jess Genovese
Haviland Morris
as Kate Southworth
Nadhege Ptah
as Rosaline Senegel
Christian Maverick White
as Isaac Turner
Olsen Augustin
as Emmanuel Senegel
Alma Cuervo
as Female Juror
Zoe Zien
as Customer #1
Antonio Cipriano
as Morgan Signa/Signa's Son
Laurie Kwiatkowski
as Funeral Attendee
Kevin Interdonato
as Tony Suferin/Youth Strike Force Member
Sara Bues
as Tess Freda
Cristina Rosato
as Christie Hayes
Chuck Cooper
as Rolf Harper
Collin Meath
as Attorney
Pernell Walker
as Grace Campbell

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 10 Episodes

Season 2

2021 | 8 Episodes

Season 3

2022 | 8 Episodes

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Awards & Nominations

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