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‘Billions’ Renewed ‘Season 7’ Showtime, Expected Release Date, Cast & Everything We Know

‘Billions’ is a drama series created by Brian Koppelman, David Levien and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Charles “Chuck” Rhoades, Jr. and hedge fund billionaire Robert Axelrod AKA Bobby or Axe are the main characters in the first five seasons of the show. As a result of Damian Lewis’s (Axe) departure, the programme underwent major revisions and introduced Michael Thomas Aquinius Prince as a new billionaire with whom Chuck would have a falling out.

A new-age millionaire with the honest intention of improving the world, Prince is initially portrayed in the media as such. Even if his desire is boundless, so is his readiness to make the sacrifices necessary to achieve it, as he finally reveals himself to be. ‘Billions’ has gotten largely good reviews since its premiere on January 17, 2016. Fans and critics alike have lauded the show’s characters, acting, narrative pacing, and lightning-fast banter. The sixth season of the programme has just wrapped up. To answer your question about whether or not there will be a seventh-round, here it is:

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Release Date for Season 7 of Billions :

Season 6 of ‘Billions’ premiered on Showtime on January 23, 2022, and lasted through April 10, 2022, with 12 episodes in total. Between 48 to 60 minutes, each episode is featured.

Season 7 is about to get even better, as we’ve received some exciting news! In February 2022, less than a month after the sixth season began, ‘Billions’ was renewed for a seventh season. One of Showtime’s most popular shows, it has a large and loyal fanbase. Despite the disappointment created by Lewis’ departure, it appears that the majority of his fans have accepted it.

Since 2016, the first four seasons have shown during the first quarter of each year. When it came time to film the fifth season, the crew encountered a number of difficulties because of the COVID-2019 epidemic.

Since Season 6 of the programme has resumed its regular release schedule, things look to be returning to normal. According to current plans, the seventh season of “Billions” will air in the first quarter of 2023.

Billions Season 7 Expected Cast Details:

  • Paul Giamatti (Charles “Chuck” Rhoades, Jr.),
  • Corey Stoll (Michael Thomas Aquinius Prince),
  • Maggie Siff (Wendy Rhoades),
  • David Costabile (Mike “Wags” Wagner),
  • Daniel Breaker (Roger “Scooter” Dunbar),
  • Asia Kate Dillon (Taylor Amber Mason),
  • Sakina Jaffrey (Daevisha ” (Rian),
  • Jeffrey DeMunn (Charles Rhoades, Sr.),
  • Kelly AuCoin (“Dollar” Bill Stearn),
  • Dan Soder (Dudley Mafee),
  • Louis Cancelmi (Victor Mateo),
  • Will Roland (Winston),
  • Condola Rashad (Kate Sacker), and
  • Daniel K. Isaac (Ben Kim)

Karl Allred is joined by Toney Goins (Philip Charyn), Dhruv Maheshwari (Allan Havey), and Toney Goins (Allan Havey) (Tuk Lal). Additional cast members are likely to join the cast for Season 7, along with the bulk of the above-mentioned actor Additional stars from the first five seasons may emerge in the following season.

What Could the Plot of Season 7 of Billions Be About?

In the season 6 finale, Prince loses $3.5 billion in order to escape going to jail. Chuck, on the other hand, is imprisoned. All of the employees at Michael Prince Capital are beginning to realise what type of man their new boss is, which makes the vast majority of them uncomfortable. At the conclusion of the episode, Dave sees Chuck in prison and warns him that she will want his assistance in order to prevent Prince from becoming President of the United States.

When Chuck is freed from prison in Season 7, Mike will discover that he has effectively squandered $3.5 billion, and their hatred will reemerge. If Philip and Taylor do really take over MPC for the upcoming season, they may attempt to establish themselves outside of Prince’s vast shadow as a result. Given Wendy’s newfound freedom, it’s possible that her attitude toward her job may shift.

Alex Hoffman-Ellis
Alex Hoffman-Ellis
Alex joined The Current in 2019 and now works as one of the site’s main writers. Alex covers all Netflix movies and TV shows, but he specialises on anime and K-dramas. Currently resides in Great Britain.

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