The game will continue. Billions has already been renewed for a seventh season on Showtime. The sixth season debuted in late January and continues to air on Sunday nights.
Financial and legal drama, the Billions The TV show stars Paul Giamatti, Corey Stoll and Maggie Siff, along with David Costabile, Asia Kate Dillon, Condola Rashad, Jeffrey DeMunn and Daniel Breaker. In season six, Ax (Damian Lewis) left and Michael Prince (Stoll) took his place. Now, Chuck Rhoades (Giamatti) must develop a new, finer and more sophisticated strategy than before. All players, from Wags (Costabile) to Wendy (Siff), from Taylor (Dillon) to Sacker (Rashad), and of course Senior (DeMunn), must sharpen their weapons and seek new alliances to survive. The terrain is always shifting and the stakes absolute. New king, new war, new rules.
The sixth season of Billions boasts an average rating of 0.04 in the 18-49 demographic and 296,000 viewers in live and same-day ratings (includes all DVR playback through 3:00). Compared to season five, it’s down 46% in the demo and down 40% in viewership. Although these numbers do not include delayed or streaming viewing, they are a very good indicator of a show’s performance, especially when compared to others on the same channel. So far this season, Billions is an intermediate performer in the traditional rankings.
Here is Showtime’s seventh season renewal announcement:
SHOWTIME(R) RENEWED HIT DRAMA SERIES BILLIONS(R) FOR SEASON SEVEN
Season six currently airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT
LOS ANGELES – Feb. 15, 2022 – SHOWTIME has picked up a seventh season of its acclaimed drama series BILLIONS, starring Oscar(R) nominee and Emmy(R) winner Paul Giamatti, Corey Stoll and Maggie Siff. Season six currently airs Sunday nights at 9 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME.
In season six of BILLIONS, the dust of season five lifts to reveal a world that has moved on. With Ax (Damian Lewis) gone and Michael Prince (Stoll) taking his place, Chuck (Giamatti) must develop a new strategy that’s finer and more sophisticated than before. All players, from Wags (David Costabile) to Wendy (Siff), from Taylor (Asia Kate Dillon) to Sacker (Condola Rashad), and of course Senior (Jeffrey DeMunn), must sharpen their weapons and seek new alliances to survive. . Daniel Breaker (Girls5eva), who plays Scooter, Prince’s bright and locked-in chief of staff, has become a series regular. The terrain is always shifting and the stakes absolute. New king, new war, new rules.
BILLIONS is created and produced by showrunners Brian Koppelman and David Levien (SUPER PUMPED, Rounders). Beth Schacter (SUPER PUMPED) is also showrunner and executive producer. The series was also created by Andrew Ross Sorkin. All previous seasons of BILLIONS are available to subscribers on SHOWTIME. For more information on BILLIONS, visit SHO.com, follow Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, and join the conversation using #Billions.
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