The reviews are in! Check out what the critics are saying about Jill and her new show “City on a Hill”!

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Executive produced by Tom Fontana, Jennifer Todd, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and Barry Levinson and created by Chuck MacLean, City On A Hill goes back to the Boston of 1992 as ambitious Assistant D.A., played by Underground alum Hodges, and degenerate New Frontier inspired FBI agent, portrayed by the I Love Dick star Bacon, team up to clean up the metropolis’ corruption.

In addition, the 10-part Showtime series has a great Bill Clinton zinger that everyone should appropriate for the 2020 election and an excellent supporting cast including what should be award-winning turns from Jonathan Tucker and Jill Hennessy.

Across the first three episodes, we meet many characters in each of these worlds. Some are more hackneyed than others, but generally the big cast — including Jill Hennessey as Jackie’s neglected wife — gives the show a welcome sense of sprawl, just as it did on “The Wire.” If “City on a Hill” can continue to develop all these characters, making sure each grows more defined as the bigger storylines overlap, the drama could turn out well. It gives us a vision of an American city before 9/11, when the biggest threats came from within.

The underrated Jill Hennessy is excellent as Jackie’s wife Jenny, a woman who may be realizing that anti-heroes make shitty husbands,

Female characters in crime dramas are sometimes an afterthought to all the testosterone on display — unless the writing and the actress can hold her own with the bad guys… “It’s a traditional crime story, but the complexity of our female characters makes the show stand apart,” says executive producer Jennifer Todd. “It’s where some of the more original storylines are coming from.”

One of the chief beneficiaries of this development has been Jill Hennessy, who plays Jenny Rohr, wife of Kevin Bacon’s FBI agent Jackie Rohr, and has her best role in some time.