Billions Season 6: Release Date, Cast, New Season/Cancelled?

Billions Season 6

Billions, a television series that is by far one of the most grandly made shows of its times, across the globe. The show has been made across various commercial capitals like New York and Connecticut. The story of the show revolves around a hedge fund manager named Bobby Axelrod (Damian Lewis), who achieves his wealth and power and becomes a big name in the world of finance. 

Axelrod follows some aggressive methods to get high returns on his investments. These methods aren’t always legitimate and are often illegally aided. Chuck Rhoades is a United States Attorney who tries to prosecute Bobby Axelrod for his illegal practices to secure money.

Ever since the last episode of the show went on air, fans have been anticipating the release of its upcoming season. Will there be a season 6? Let’s find out!

Show details:

TV Series: Billions
Genre: Drama
Original run: January 17, 2016 –

present

Producers Brian Koppelman

David Levien

Christian Soriano

Andrew Ross Sorkin

Neil Burger

Directed by: Brian Koppelman

David Levien

Andrew Ross Sorkin

Starcast: Paul Giamatti

Damian Lewis

Maggie Siff

Malin Åkerman

Toby Leonard Moore

David Costabile

Condola Rashād

Asia Kate Dillon

Jeffrey DeMunn

Kelly AuCoin

Frank Grillo

Corey Stoll

Daniel Breaker

Production companies: Best Available!

TBTF Productions Inc.

Composers: Eskmo
Original language: English

Billions Season 6 Release Date

More about the show:

Billions is a popular show that belongs to the genre of drama. It has been created by Brian Koppelman, David Levien, and Andrew Ross Sorkin. It stars Paul Giamatti, Damian Lewis, Maggie Siff, Malin Åkerman, Toby Leonard Moore, David Costabile, Condola Rashād, Asia Kate Dillon, Jeffrey DeMunn, Kelly AuCoin, Frank Grillo, Corey Stoll, and Daniel Breaker in important roles. 

The music for the show has been composed by Eskmo. It was made in the United States and in English. It has had a total of 5 seasons and 60 episodes. The Executive producers of the show are Brian Koppelman, David Levien, Christian Soriano, Andrew Ross Sorkin, and Neil Burger. 

Its production location was New York City and each of its episodes was approximately 54–60 minutes long. The production companies involved in its making were Best Available! and TBTF Productions Inc. 

The official distributor of the show is Showtime Networks and the network on which it was released was Showtime. It premiered on January 17, 2016.

Plot:

The story revolves around a billionaire who has achieved his power and money via illegitimate means. A popular attorney tries to prosecute him for all his illegal ways of acquiring money.

Characters:

  • Paul Giamatti featured in the role of Charles “Chuck” Rhoades, who is a junior U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York. 
  • Damian Lewis featured in the role of Robert “Bobby” Axelrod is an ambitious billionaire. 
  • Maggie Siff featured in the role of Wendy Rhoades. 
  • Malin Åkerman was featured in the role of Lara Axelrod.
  • Toby Leonard Moore featured in the role of Bryan Connerty. 
  • David Costabile featured in the role of Mike “Wags” Wagner.
  • Asia Kate Dillon featured in the role of Taylor Amber Mason.
  • Jeffrey DeMunn featured in the role of Charles Rhoades.
  • Kelly AuCoin featured in the role of “Dollar” Bill Stear. 
  • Corey Stoll featured in the role of Michael Thomas Aquinius Prince. 
  • Dan Soder featured in the role of Dudley Mafee.
  • Terry Kinney featured in the role of Hall.
  • Glenn Fleshler featured in the role of Orrin Bach.
  • Stephen Kunken featured in the role of Ari Spyros. 
  • Ben Shenkman featured in the role of Ira Schirmer.
  • Daniel K. Isaac featured in the role of Ben Kim.
  • Rob Morrow featured in the role of Adam DeGiulio. 
  • Louis Cancelmi featured in the role of Victor Mateo. 
  • Jack Gilpin featured in the role of Sean Ayles. 
  • Timothy Davis featured in the role of Chef Ryan. 
  • Harry Lennix featured in the role of Franklin Sacker.
  • Jack Gore featured in the role of Gordie Axelrod.
  • Malachi Weir featured in the role of Lonnie Watley. 
  • Jerry O’Connell featured in the role of Steven Birch. 
  • Arthur J. Nascarella featured in the role of Bruno Caparello. 
  • Seth Barrish was featured in the role of Dr. Gilbert.
  • Nathan Darrow featured in the role of Mick Danzig.
  • Dennis Boutsikaris was featured in the role of Kenneth Malverne.
  • Scott Cohen featured in the role of Pete Decker.
  • Deborah Rush featured in the role of Ellen Rhoades.
  • Susan Misner featured in the role of Terri McCue. 
  • Sam Gilroy featured in the role of Michael Dimonda.
  • David Cromer featured in the role of Donnie Caan.
  • Melissa Errico was featured in the role of June Raichlein.
  • Steven Pasquale featured in the role of Chase. 
  • Anthony Edwards featured in the role of Judge Whit Wilcox.
  • Danny Strong featured in the role of Todd Krakow. 
  • Matt Servitto featured in the role of Bob Sweeney. 
  • Gia Crovatin featured in the role of McKayla.
  • David Strathairn featured in the role of “Black” Jack Foley. 
  • Chris Carfizzi featured in the role of Rudy. 
  • Eric Bogosian featured in the role of Lawrence Boyd.
  • Christopher Denham featured in the role of Oliver Dake.

Episodes:

Billions has had 6 seasons. Its first season had 12 episodes. It aired from January 17, 2016, to April 10, 2016. Its second season had 12 episodes. It aired from February 19, 2017, to May 7, 2017. Its third season had 12 episodes. It aired from March 25, 2018, to June 10, 2018. Its fourth season had 12 episodes. It aired from March 17, 2019, to June 9, 2019. Its fifth season had 12 episodes. It aired from May 3, 2020, to October 3, 2021. Its sixth season shall have 12 episodes. Its first episode is set to release on January 23, 2022.

Will there be a season 6?

Ever since the fifth season of the show has gone off air, fans of the show have been waiting for the release of its sixth season. The first episode of season 6 is set to release on January 23, 2022. Not much information is available for the release of its upcoming episodes.