Billions, a Showtime drama series, takes a significant risk in Season 6 by replacing one of its main characters.
The good news is that the show maintained its high level of quality during its first five seasons, and it remained one of Showtime’s top shows.
Billions is partially based on the real-life court conflicts between Preet Bharara, a former US Attorney, and Steve Cohen, a hedge fund manager.
However, Damian Lewis, who played the title character Bobby Axelrod, the corrupted billionaire, left the show at the end of Season 5 and was replaced by a new corrupted billionaire.
The show continued to be a hit, and it will be back for more.
Here’s everything we know about Season 7 of Billions thus far.
This article contains all of the information about Billions Season 7 as well as any relevant news. As a result, news, rumours, and analysis will be added to this article over time. Meanwhile, let’s take a closer look at what we know so far.
Billions Season 7 Premiere Date: When Will It Be Released?
Billions Season 7 has yet to be announced, considering the Season 6 conclusion aired only a few weeks ago on April 10.
However, it is expected to return in early 2023.
Season 1 debuted in January, followed by Seasons 2 and 3 in February, Seasons 3 and 4 in March, Season 5 in May, and Season 6 in January. The May start was due to COVID-19, so the timetable should now be back to normal.
Billions Season 7 will most likely premiere in January or February 2023.
Updates On The Cast Of Billions Season 7
Showtime has not revealed who has returned for Season 7 of Billions.
Paul Giamatti is almost certain to reprise his role as New York Attorney General Chuck Rhoades, who despises wealthy criminals who exploit their wealth to avoid prosecution.
Michael Prince, a business magnate who appears to want to give back to society but isn’t as clean as he appears, will also be played by Corey Stoll.
Sakina Jaffrey will reprise her role as Daevisha “Dave” Mahar, who teamed up with Chuck to take down Prince. She pulled out an elaborate strategy to assist her eventually get Prince before the conclusion of the season, which should play out in Season 7.
Maggie Siff as Wendy Rhoades, David Costabile as Mike “Wags” Wagner, Condola Rashd as Kate Sacker, and Asia Argento as Asia Argento are all expected to return for Season 7 of Billions. Taylor Amber Mason is played by Kate Dillon, Charles Rhoades Sr. is played by Jeffrey DeMunn, and Scooter Dunbar is played by Daniel Breaker.
Spoilers For Season 7 Of Billions
That’s why Corey Stoll as Michael Prince kept things moving. The story kept the same as long as Paul Giamatti was Chuck Rhoades attacking them.
“We were attracted by silent hedge fund people trading stocks, wanting to stay in the shadows and not become famous,” Billions co-creator David Levien told the Los Angeles Times in an interview.
Over time, we’ve seen people utilise their public notoriety and fortune to try to change conversation and gain power.
Things got awful for Chuck in the Season 6 finale, but it was all a hoax to end the season on a cliffhanger.
Chuck goes to prison, appearing to lose his struggle with Prince. But Daevisha “Dave” Mahar had planned for Chuck to go to prison so he could go after Prince in Season 7.
She wants Chuck to operate in secret, using him to end Prince’s reign of terror. It won’t be easy since Prince will spend money to get his way.
Prince was free at the end of the season, but Dave was merely setting up the game. In Season 7, good and evil will face off.
Season 7 Trailer For Billions
Billions Season 7 has yet to have a trailer. For now, enjoy the Season 6 trailer: