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Despite a lack of likable characters,Billionssoapy melodrama and larger-than-life canvas offer plenty of repeat viewing potential.

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The world of high finance is explored by tracking the approaching collision between a savvy U.S. Attorney and a billionaire hedge-fund manager. In the opener, an inside tip sparks a high-level game of cat and mouse.

Chucks probe is temporarily derailed; Axe makes an aggressive move.

Axe makes an activist play in a move that reverberates back to Chuck.

Axe deals with a betrayal; Chuck learns the inner workings of Axe Capital.

Axe unceremoniously disappears; Chuck intensifies his investigation.

Wendy facilitates a deal that hinges on a meeting between Chuck and Axe.

The pressure starts to affect Axe; Chuck uses the past to his advantage.

A tip throws the case into jeopardy; secrets surface from Axes past.

A sudden and mysterious disappearance sends both Axe and Chuck spinning.

Axe and Wendy do some soul searching; Chuck suffers a devastating setback.

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Paul Giamatti portrays ruthless U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhodes, who goes head to head with Damian Lewis powerful but corrupt hedge-fund manager Bobby Axe Axelrod. As Rhodes investigates Axelrod in an attempt to bring his crimes to justice, a high-stakes battle between these two influential and ambitious men plays out in the world of New York politics and high finance. Also starring Maggie Siff, Malin Akerman and Toby Leonard Moore.

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The world of high finance is explored by tracking the approaching collision between a savvy U.S. Attorney and a billionaire hedge-fund manager. In the opener, an inside tip sparks a high-level game of cat and mouse.

Chucks probe is temporarily derailed; Axe makes an aggressive move.

Axe makes an activist play in a move that reverberates back to Chuck.

Axe deals with a betrayal; Chuck learns the inner workings of Axe Capital.

Axe unceremoniously disappears; Chuck intensifies his investigation.

Wendy facilitates a deal that hinges on a meeting between Chuck and Axe.

The pressure starts to affect Axe; Chuck uses the past to his advantage.

A tip throws the case into jeopardy; secrets surface from Axes past.

A sudden and mysterious disappearance sends both Axe and Chuck spinning.

Axe and Wendy do some soul searching; Chuck suffers a devastating setback.

Showtime calls this smart series an examination of profit, which seems just about the right word. Well-written, directed and acted, Billions is still badly in need of a more human touch.

Theres enough talent in this Showtime drama – and plenty of soapy allures – to keep the candle burning throughout Season 1.

Get Lewis, Giamatti, Siff, and Malin Akerman, who plays Axes wife, on one show, start throwing around billions of dollars, mansions in the Hamptons, S&M, corporate takeovers, legal intrigue, and boldface names, and youve got something pretty enticing.

Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis growl at each other like rabid bulldogs – really powerful ones – in Billions, a WWE bout set on Wall Street. But its actresses Malin Akerman and Maggie Siff who stick out, each doing creative takes on Lady Macbeth.

Billions is full of itself in a good way, with Giamatti and Lewis dynamically leading the way while a solid supporting cast hangs in with them.

Both actors are, as expected, very watchable – compelling, if not subtle.

Extraordinary cast, extraordinary writing lead to a successful series. [Full Review in Spanish]

An entertaining fantasy, Billions teaches you as much about the financial world as Empire teaches you about the music business or House of Cards does the road to the White House.

But while the series, like its protagonists, has all the trappings of greatness, it never goes deep enough to justify how impressed it is with itself.

Its a compelling, high-octane power-and-privilege romp — essentially Gordon Gecko updated. Watch episode one and youll want to watch them all.

The show started off a little slow and uninteresting but improved greatly towards the end. I love the two storylines consisting of Bobby Axelrod and Chuck Rhoades; I am always rooting for both of them to succeed even though they are foes. The ending of the season set up the next season very well, and I am excited to see how this shows plays out.

Great writing, great acting, and extremely entertaining.

Fantastic show. Well written, well acted. Intense, on fire. The chemistry created between the various characters is on point.

Binge worthy series. Original, great acting. Rather make dominated but still enjoyable

The protagonists name is AxelRod. Really? His first name includes a rod? Kinda over the top. There is not a single good character in the show. Every character is almost completely dark. The employees are bullied by the boss. I hated Hardman character in Suits and here he gets a lot more on screen time. You have to sit and watch through all his bull$hit. And I really mean that there isnt a single good character in this show. AxelRod buys a building just for a small humiliation in his childhood. Hardmans ass-to-mouth speech was when I quit the show. Its way too unrealistic as it goes on.

Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis’s ferocious rivalry is the single factor that keeps the show standing, without them the series would simply be unwatchable. Though the plot is compelling and it’s bigger-than-life display entertaining, it suffers from annoying characters and major plot holes.

Paul Giamatti AND DAMIAN LEWIS IS THE ONLY FACTOR THAT keepS THE SHOW AlIVE, WITHOUT THEM THE series SIMPLY COULDNT STAND ON ITS OWN. THOUGH THE PLOT IS COMPELLING AND ITS BIGGER-THAN-LIFE display is entertaining, it suffers from anoying characters and major plot holes.

one of my favorite shows. The two leads – (Giamatti and Lewis) are great

Criminally underrated. Surprisingly engaging and witty. Brilliant use of soundtrack and camerawork. And a huge respect for introducing the first non-binary character.

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