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“Billions” extended for 7 seasons in Showtime (EXCLUSIVE)

«Billions”Has been extended for 7 seasons Show time, Variety learned exclusively. Season 6 of the series debuted on January 23, new series coming out every Sunday on Showtime.

In season 6, the dust of the fifth season is cleared to reveal a world that has evolved. With the departure of Ax (Damian Lewis) and his place as Michael Prince (Corey Table), Chuck (Paul Jamati) needs to develop a new strategy that will be sharper and more complex than before. All players, from Wags (David Costabil) to Wendy (Maggie Seef), from Taylor (Asia Kate Dylan) to Sacker (Kandala Rashad) and, of course, Chuck the Elder (Jeffrey DeMan), must sharpen their weapons and seek new alliances. to survive. In addition, Daniel Breaker, who stars as Scooter, the Prince’s brilliant and closed-minded chief of staff, was transferred to the regular series in Season 6.

“Billions” was created by Brian Koppelman and David Levien, who also act as executive producers and co-showers along with Beth Shacker. Andrew Ross Sorkin is also the creator of the series.

“Billions” is one of the longest running shows in the history of Showtime, taking place alongside series such as “Homeland,” “Ray Donavan,” “Dexter,” “Weeds,” and “Nurse Jackie.”

Koppelman, Levien and Shakter are also working with Showtime on the dramatic anthology series “Super Pumped”, with each season focusing on business stories that have had a significant impact on the world. The first season will be dedicated to Uber and its first CEO Travis Kalanik. Colonika will play Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the series, which will premiere on Showtime on February 27.



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“Billions” extended for 7 seasons in Showtime (EXCLUSIVE)

«Billions”Has been extended for 7 seasons Show time, Variety learned exclusively. Season 6 of the series debuted on January 23, new series coming out every Sunday on Showtime.

In season 6, the dust of the fifth season is cleared to reveal a world that has evolved. With the departure of Ax (Damian Lewis) and his place as Michael Prince (Corey Table), Chuck (Paul Jamati) needs to develop a new strategy that will be sharper and more complex than before. All players, from Wags (David Costabil) to Wendy (Maggie Seef), from Taylor (Asia Kate Dylan) to Sacker (Kandala Rashad) and, of course, Chuck the Elder (Jeffrey DeMan), must sharpen their weapons and seek new alliances. to survive. In addition, Daniel Breaker, who stars as Scooter, the Prince’s brilliant and closed-minded chief of staff, was transferred to the regular series in Season 6.

“Billions” was created by Brian Koppelman and David Levien, who also act as executive producers and co-showers along with Beth Shacker. Andrew Ross Sorkin is also the creator of the series.

“Billions” is one of the longest running shows in the history of Showtime, taking place alongside series such as “Homeland,” “Ray Donavan,” “Dexter,” “Weeds,” and “Nurse Jackie.”

Koppelman, Levien and Shakter are also working with Showtime on the dramatic anthology series “Super Pumped”, with each season focusing on business stories that have had a significant impact on the world. The first season will be dedicated to Uber and its first CEO Travis Kalanik. Colonika will play Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the series, which will premiere on Showtime on February 27.



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