Billions is an American drama TV series created by David Levien and Andrew Ross Sorkin for Showtime. Billions is a must see TV show. Writing, acting, cast, they are all perfect. It’s so rare to find a show with such a diverse cast that bind transparently. Each character is perfectly cast. Writing allows you to live each trip chactors throughout each scene. You do not know which side you’re on; all you know is that they are all “right” in his convictions somehow. Stress and life in this show that makes you feel as if you are there. Look again to find details you may have missed the first time. It’s a thriller, drama, comedy, tragedy and fairy tale, all in one. See the show to find out what resonates with you character ethics and morals. Lines can be difficult to see than you think. The cast is living its functions and conviction is fascinating.
It’s all a game of cat and mouse, or has the largest set of balls in this history of conflict between two very powerful men. The first is Bobby (Axe) Axelrod, the only surviving partner of hedge fund capital Axe just happened to be out of the office on 9/11. Damien Lewis gives a multifaceted character that has an enormous wealth that probably was obtained illegally through insider trading. This guy has it all: a beautiful, loving wife, wonderful children, lives in a mansion with a full-time chef and can buy anyone and does. It is so rich, he can go to the finest restaurants on a shirt. The second is the federal prosecutor, Chuck Rhoades played by Paul Giamatti intense he is determined to take down Axe. Their common link is the wife Rhoades, Wendy, (the very cool and very attractive Maggie Siff) a brilliant psychiatrist who works for Bobby as the house shrink, performance coach and trainer of account executives high pressure have doubts about himself and are desperately trying to stay ahead of the game and win the approval of replacement Axe because they fear if not done. She has been working with Bobby, even before I met Chuck and makes ten times what it does. As a result, Rhoades’ have huge conflicts of interest that prevents them from talking about work. Wendy loves her husband, but is extremely loyal to Axe. Then there is the added advantage of Rhoades ’50 shades of gray dominant / submissive sexual game. Chuck is a masochist who likes to be tied up. The machinations of the financial world are so complicated as they are exciting and writers have given us an intelligent show, cleverly done. (See what I did there?) Score: 9 view. Bonds and servitude, you can not lose.