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- Episode 01: Pilot
- Episode 02: Naming Rights
- Episode 03: YumTime
- Episode 04: Short Squeeze
- Episode 05: The Good Life
- Episode 06: The Deal
- Episode 07: The Punch
- Episode 08: Boasts and Rails
- Episode 09: Where the F*ck Is Donnie?
- Episode 10: Quality of Life
- Episode 11: Magical Thinking
- Episode 12: The Conversation
Keywords: #Andrew Ross Sorkin #Billions - Season 1 #Brian Koppelman #Damian Lewis #David Levien #Maggie Siff #Paul Giamatti
Actors Of "Billions - Season 1"
Characters Of "Billions - Season 1"
Critics Of "Billions - Season 1"
Jonathan Stevenson Brooklyn Magazine
December 09, 2016 In many ways, the series is contrived and vulgarly self-indulgent... But the two fine actors elevate the material both in set-piece amusements... and as drivers of plot.Read in Source
Ben Travers indieWire
January 15, 2016 There's enough talent in this Showtime drama - and plenty of soapy allures - to keep the candle burning throughout Season 1.Read in Source
Pattie Pegler Stuff.co.nz
April 19, 2017 I am utterly hooked. At its heart this is an age-old tale of power and greed but with a thoroughly modern twist, some great writing and captivating main characters.Read in Source
Neal Justin Minneapolis Star Tribune
January 15, 2016 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 it's actresses Malin Akerman and Maggie Siff who stick out, each doing creative takes on Lady Macbeth.Read in Source
John Powers NPR
January 15, 2016 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.Read in Source
Verne Gay Newsday
January 15, 2016 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.Read in Source
Willa Paskin Slate
January 15, 2016 Get Lewis, Giamatti, Siff, and Malin Akerman, who plays Axe's wife, on one show, start throwing around billions of dollars, mansions in the Hamptons, S&M, corporate takeovers, legal intrigue, and boldface names, and you've got something pretty enticing.Read in Source
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