Billions Season 7 Release Date: When It Will Hit on Our TV Screens?


The drama series Billions is about a hedge fund manager named Bobby Axelrod and how he gets rich and powerful in the complicated world of finance. Chuck Rhoades, the U.S. Attorney, often has to go after him for illegal things that he does in an aggressive way to make a lot of money.

Some of the plots are based on real-life federal prosecutions of financial crimes, and the show was inspired by investigations done by Preet Bharara, who was the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York in Manhattan from 2009 to 2017.


The show started on January 17, 2016, on Showtime, and the fifth season came out on May 3, 2020. The sixth season started on January 23, 2022, and in February 2022, the show was picked up for a seventh season. The show is known for having believable characters and a story that makes sense. People who saw the show and people who write about it both liked it.

Fans can't wait for the next episode and are looking for anything they can find out about Billions Season 7. Here's what you need to know about Season 7 of Billions.

When Will Billions Season 7 Come Out?


We don't know when season 7 of Billions will come out as of January 2023. Still, season 6 just ended in April 2022, so it's likely that the next episode won't air until 2023.

Billions Season 7 Release Date

From past experience, the first episode of a new season of Billions usually airs in the first three months of the year, so keep an eye out for a release date between January and March 2023.

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Who is Coming Back for Billions Season 7?

Even though nothing has been confirmed yet, we would bet our entire hedge fund that Paul Giamatti will return as Chuck Roades and Corey Stoll will return as Michael Prince in season 7 of Billions.

  • Paul Giamatti as Chuck Roades
  • Asia Kate Dillon as Taylor Mason
  • Condola Rashad as Kate Sacker
  • Corey Stoll as Michael Prince
  • Maggie Siff as Wendy Roades
  • David Costabile as Mike Wagner

What Will Happen in Billions Season 7?

Since Bobby Axelrod is no longer in the way and Michael Prince took over as Chuck's main enemy in season 6, it's safe to say that the plot of Billions season 7 will be about how their fight gets worse.

In season 6, we saw that Prince wanted to be President of the United States, so it's possible that season 7 of Billions will be more political.

Billions Season 7 Release Date

Prince cares a lot about his image as a person who wants to make the world a better place and looks like he's on the right side of things, but Chuck knows better. Don't be surprised if Chuck digs deep and finds something that could stop Prince from running for President.

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Chuck's group is getting smaller and smaller, though, which means he is running out of friends. Even his wife, Wendy (Maggie Siff), is getting farther away from him as her loyalty to Prince makes their already troubled marriage even worse.

Is There Any Trailer for Billions Season 7?

As we know there is no official announcement on Billions Season 7. So there is no trailer yet. You can watch the trailer for Billions Season 6 below.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will Billions Have a Seventh Season?

Even though Showtime hasn't said when the seventh season of Billions will come out, it was officially renewed for a seventh season back in February 2022, when season six was still airing.

What Will Season 7 of Billions Be About?

The storyline for the next season is still a secret, which is too bad. But rumours say that Season 7 of Billions will focus more on politics. Also, now that Bobby Axelrod is out of the way and Michael Prince is the main bad guy for Chuck in season 6, it's safe to assume that the plot of season 7 of Billions will be about how their fight gets worse.

Where Can We Watch Season 7 of Billions?

Season seven of Billions will only be on Showtime, so if you want to watch along with everyone else, you'll have to sign up for the Showtime app.