June 15, 2023

Showtime announced today that Billions is coming to an end after its upcoming seventh season. The network also confirmed premiere dates of August 11 (streaming) and August 13 (linear) for the critically-acclaimed drama's final run.

"Billions has deftly explored power, money and greed in a way that not only made it a massive hit, but also defined its own genre thanks to the creative brain trust of Brian and David," said Chris McCarthy, President & CEO, Showtime, MTV Entertainment Studios, and Paramount Media Networks. "This final season is packed full of the incredible, complex dialogue and character dynamics fans have come to love, and we are thrilled to partner with them on turning this hit series into a global franchise."

The series stars Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis as two warring power players in the high-stakes world of New York finance. Giamatti plays a shrewd U.S. Attorney who puts his smarts and power up against an ambitious hedge fund manager, played by Lewis, in a bid to outmaneuver each other in a world where billions of dollars are at stake.

In the seventh and final season, alliances are turned on their heads, old wounds are weaponized, and loyalties are tested as enemies become wary friends. With Bobby Axelrod returning, the stakes grow from Wall Street to the world.

While Billions is ending, the show will be branching out into a franchise, with multiple new iterations currently in development. As announced earlier this year, a total of four new shows are in the works, including 'Billions: London,' which will follow players in the world of UK finance; 'Billions: Miami,' which will be set in the world of private aviation; 'Millions,' following diverse, 30-something, financial mogul wannabes trying to make it in Manhattan; and 'Trillions,' which will be based on fictional stories of the richest people in the world.