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The third season of the American television drama series Billions, which discuss the conditions of politics and financial affairs at New York. At the new season, a new boss has arrived to become the head for Chuck who lately managed to get a mandate from him.
Billions season 3 is interested in the idea of consequences, its tone varies demonstrably from the free-wheeling, reckless humor of season 2. The change grounds the series a bit more, brings it back down to earth.
I've always been a sucker for a phenomenal ensemble, and I love the cast of characters on Billions. Lewis and Giamatti get a lot of the attention, but this is a show that doesn't work without the entire ensemble.
There's no slow build or gradual re-acclimation into this world to be found here; we're thrown into the deep with seemingly every character who ever appeared on the show. As a feat of plate-spinning, it's impressive.