How to Watch ‘City on a Hill’ Online – Live Stream Season 1

By Gabriela Vatu / June 19, 2019

If you're into legal shows, we're pretty sure you've at least heard about City on a Hill, the new Showtime series. In case you want to watch City on a Hill show online, we'll help you through it.

The new show tells the story of an assistant district attorney and a corrupt FBI vet who work together on a case that ends up involving the entire criminal justice system in Boston. The series features Kevin Bacon as Jackie Rohr and Aldis Hodge as Decourcy Ward.

The season will have 10 episodes which will air on Sundays at 9 PM ET/PT on Showtime. The first episode aired on June 16th, so the next one will land on the 23rd. Let's see how you can watch the show online.

How to Watch City on a Hill Online?

The great part about these channels also being present online is that you can watch loads of content wherever you go. Well, there are some limitations, of course, in the sense that you can't enjoy them when you go abroad. That happens due to licensing deals and the geoblocks are perfectly normal, even though they are annoying. If you want to keep enjoying the services even when you're abroad, you need to change your IP address so you can trick the system to believe you're still in the United States. In order to achieve this, we advise you to subscribe to a VPN service, and we're going to help guide you a bit.

Can You Watch City on a Hill Directly on Showtime's Website?

Yes, you can. Of course, Showtime offers a subscription of its own that you can purchase from their own platform, but you can also sign up to an account to watch the live stream with the help of your TV provider credentials. Whether we're talking about a cable TV company or a live TV service, it doesn't matter because of they both work. Of course, since you're already talking about watching City on a Hill online, we suggest you go for the live TV platform directly.

How to Watch City on a Hill Without Cable?

Nowadays, we use the Internet for pretty much anything, from working to chatting with friends, from listening to music to reading the news and watching shows and movies. Well, if you ask us, it also makes perfect sense to watch TV online. Thankfully, that's super easy these days, whether by subscribing to streaming platforms or live TV services. These platforms are cheaper than what cable has to offer and they don't force anyone to stay by binding them with contracts. Plus, you get to watch wherever you go, as long as you have an Internet connection and a compatible device to run the app. Let's see what options you have.

fuboTV - Topping the list, we have fuboTV, which is a great service with some great sports channels. In recent months, they've greatly expanded their entertainment offering, so the single bundle they have - $54.99 per month fubo - features tons of great channels. Plus, if you need more, you can always add channel packs and premium networks. Talking of which, Showtime is on the list, and you can access 9 channels (including West, Family, Showcase, Extreme, and Next) by paying $10.99 per month.

Sling TV - Next, we have Sling TV which is a highly versatile platform. You start by choosing one of three bundles here - Orange, Blue, and Orange + Blue - and then you build up by adding channel packs grouped by interest. You can also add a ton of premium networks, including Showtime. In fact, it will cost you a flat $10 to add the Showtime channels.

Showtime - The list continues with Showtime because we have to mention that you can subscribe directly to the platform via their own site. The subscription will cost you $10.99 per month, but you get a week to try it out for free. You can also purchase a subscription from other platforms, including Amazon, Roku, and others. There are apps for Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire tablets, Apple TV, iOS, Android, Android TV, Chromecast, Xbox One, Roku, Smart TVs, and Oculus Go.

Hulu - Next, we have Hulu, which is a great service that has a single bundle of channels that is offered for $44.99 per month. The subscription price covers dozens of channels, as well as access to the full video on demand library. If you want more content, they have a couple of channel packs you can add, as well as premium networks. In fact, when it comes to these premium networks, you can also add them if you have a simple VOD Hulu subscription. Showtime will cost you $10.99 here.

YouTube TV - The list continues with YouTube TV, which is a fabulous platform with tons of great channels. There's a single bundle you can get here that costs $49.99 per month. In case you're looking for more channels, you will only find premium ones, including Showtime. Truth be told, the $7 per month YouTube TV is asking for Showtime access is the best price you'll find.

DirecTV Now - Our next recommendation is DirecTV Now, which is an interesting platform with tons of bundles to check out. Two of them were added earlier this spring, namely Plus and Max, while the other five have been around since forever, but they were renamed to Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, Ultimate, and Optimo Mas and their prices doubled. You'll find Showtime is a part of the deal here too, as it will cost you $11 per month to add it from the premium network list. There are also a bunch of packs you can add, such as two featuring Spanish channels, and three international packs.

PlayStation Vue - Last on the list is PlayStation Vue, which is an excellent tool with some cool features. There are four bundles to choose between here - Access, Core, Elite, and Ultra - and you can still add a couple of extra packs and some premium networks. In fact, if you're looking for Showtime, you can even find it in the Ultra bundle, which costs $79.99 per month and also features HBO. If you go for any of the other bundles, however, you can still add it for $10.99 per month or $8.99 per month if you're also a PlayStation Plus subscriber. There's also the option of paying $13.99 per month (or $11.49/mo with PS Plus) for a combo of Epix Hits and Showtime.

How to Binge-Watch City on a Hill?

Well, so far they've only aired one episode of the show, but once the full season goes live you'll be able to watch all episodes in a day. Until then, you can, of course, watch new episodes after they've aired and they get uploaded to the platform. You can do that directly on Showtime's website and you can sign into an account by using accounts from any of the above-mentioned platforms.

Usually, Showtime series also end up on Netflix and Hulu, but at this point in time, it's unclear which one of them is getting it first, and when that will be. When we find out, we'll let you know all about it.

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