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‘Billions’ ends with season 7, final season debuts in August

‘Billions’ ends with season 7, final season debuts in August

The hit Showtime drama series “Billionswill return for a final season. The premium cabler announced this week that Season 7 of “Billions” will be the show’s last. The show’s final season premieres later in August on Showtime. Showtime also released a promotional video featuring the return of Bobby Axelrod for the upcoming season finale (see below):

Showtime’s ‘Billions’ will end with the seventh season finale

Showtime will first stream new episodes of “Billions” on Paramount+ with Showtime on Friday, August 11, before premiering on the Showtime Network on Sunday, August 13 at 8:00 PM ET/PT. Season 7 will be 12 episodes long and feature Emmy-winning actor Damian Lewis returning as fan-favorite character Bobby “Axe” Axelrod. Additionally, while Season 7 will be the official end of “Billions,” the franchise will continue with future spin-off projects currently underway.

“Billions” stars Paul Giamatti, Corey Stoll and Maggie Siff. In Season 7, with the return of Bobby Axelrod, the stakes have been raised from Wall Street to the world. Showtime promises that old alliances will be turned upside down and loyalty will be tested, with ‘betrayal’ taking on ‘epic proportions’. The series also stars David Costabile, Asia Kate Dillon, Dola Rashad, Jeffrey DeMunn, Sakina Jaffrey, Daniel Breaker and Toney Goins.

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Speaking on the show’s final season, President and CEO of Showtime/TV Entertainment Studios and Paramount Media Networks, Chris McCarthy said, “Billions has deftly explored power, money and greed in a way that not only made it a huge hit, but also defined its genre. thanks to the creative brains of Brian and David. The executive continued on the final season and the franchise’s plans: “This final season is packed with incredible, intricate dialogue and character dynamics that fans love, and we’re thrilled to partner with them to transform this hit series. into a global franchise.

After hitting Showtime in 2016, the series has become the premium cable network’s most-watched signature series. Additionally, Showtime plans to expand the series into the “universe of billions”, with several spin-off projects in development. All shows will be executive produced by series showrunners Brian Koppelman and David Levien (“Rounders”). Paul Schiff will also serve as executive producer of the new “Billion Universe” projects.

Set in the world of high finance, the hit series explores U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Chuck Roades (Giamatti) in his quest to take down hedge fund manager and philanthropist Bobby Axelrod (Lewis). Using all their wits and resources, they play cat and mouse and human chess against each other. Roades’ wife, Wendy, also works as a psychiatrist and in-house performance coach at Axelrod’s company, Ax Capital.

Beth Schacter is also showrunner and executive producer of “Billions.” Andrew Ross Sorkin created the series. For fans looking to binge or rewatch the series before Season 7 debuts, all six seasons and all 72 episodes are currently available to stream on Paramount+ with Showtime.

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