US Drama Series Renewed by Showtime for Season Seven

Billions of season seven gets a nod from television network
Billions emerged as one of the longest running shows in Showtime history (Photo Credit – Billions Poster)

The seventh season of the American drama series ‘Billions’ has been given the green light by television channel Showtime.

The show’s 6th season aired on January 23 with new episodes every Sunday. In season 6, the dust of season five clears to reveal a world that has evolved. Daniel Breaker, who stars as Scooter, Prince’s brilliant and incarcerated chief of staff, has been promoted to regular series going into Season 6.

According to Variety, the series was created by Brian Koppelman, David Levien and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Both Brian and David acted as executive producers and co-showrunners alongside Beth Schacter on the show.

“Billions” became one of the longest-running shows in Showtime’s history, alongside series like “Homeland,” “Ray Donovan,” “Dexter,” “Weeds,” and “Nurse Jackie.”

In addition, Koppelman, Levien, and Schacter are also collaborating with Showtime on the anthology drama series “Super Pumped,” each season featuring business stories that have had a substantial impact on the world. The first season will focus on Uber and its first CEO, Travis Kalanick. Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays Kalanick in the series, which premieres February 27 on Showtime.

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