Billions Season 7: Everything you need to know about, renewed or canceled, cast, plot, and release date.
In the final episode of Season 6, Chuck finds a new way to derail Mike Prince’s Olympic preparations. As a result, the hedge fund millionaire is reconsidering his relationship with his family. Wendy tries to prove she can live a life without transactional relationships.
While Taylor takes big risks in hopes of big rewards. Chuck investigates a shady fishing venture and is surprised to find a worthy opponent. The new season will now continue at this location.
The basic premise of the series follows US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Chuck Roades, as he targets hedge fund king and popular philanthropist Bobby “Axe” Axelrod. Each of them is put on a collision course, using their considerable intelligence and influence to outmaneuver the other, Looms.
Billions Season 7 Unleash Date
The final season of Billions premiered on January 23, 2022. Therefore, for the time being, we cannot expect Season 7 to be released this year.
However, it is set to be released sometime in 2023. The upcoming season is expected to have 12 episodes, like the previous six seasons. The makers could announce further changes soon.
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Billions Season 7 Cast
- Paul Giamatti as Charles “Chuck” Rhoades, Jr.
- Corey Stoll as Michael Thomas Aquinius Prince
- Maggie Siff as Wendy Rhoades
- David Costabile as Mike
- Daniel Breaker as Roger
- Asia Kate Dillon as Taylor Amber Mason
- Sakina Jaffrey as Daevisha
- Eva Victor as Rain
- Jeffrey DeMunn as Charles Rhoades, Sr.
- Kelly AuCoin as “Dollar”
- Dan Soder as Dudley Mafee
- Louis Cancelmi as Victor Mateo
- Will Roland as Winston
- Condola Rashad as Kate Sacker
- Daniel K. Isaac as Ben Kim
- Allan Havey as Karl Allerd
- Toney Goins as Philip Charyn
- Dhruv Maheshwari as Tuk Lal
Billions Season 6 recap
After Chuck is removed from public office, he doesn’t have the power to raid, but the units are too much of a mystery for him to ignore. With the help of Karl Allerd, he enters one of the warehouses where a unit is kept. and pull out successfully. He contacts an IT pro who tells Chuck they only have ten attempts to open the drive.
If the device does not open on the 10th attempt, it will shut down permanently. The IT expert manages to open it and effectively takes over a hundred million in crypto from Prince. Since one of the units is carrying so much money, Chuck thinks the others are doing the same.
However, the way he first collected the information was not legal. Because of this, he faces a possible prison sentence. Meanwhile, Prince faces charges of tax fraud. Prince keeps claiming that there is nothing on those disks, but as it turns out towards the end of the episode, he lies.
In fact, they carry $3.5 billion worth of cryptocurrencies. Faced with a possible prison sentence, Prince decides to sacrifice all the money on the altar of his ambition. Let the IT pro run all ten tries and the money’s gone forever. Unable to prove Mike committed tax fraud, Chuck is arrested for using a bogus warrant and obtaining evidence under false pretenses.
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