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Zooming for Charity: KultureCity
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | March 25, 2021
Bid to win the ultimate Axe Cap reunion! Don’t miss this opportunity to experience a virtual Billions Axe Cap roundtable call with Damian Lewis, David Costabile, Stephen Kunken, Kelly Aucoin and Michter’s President Joseph J. Magliocco!
Experience expires on Apr 08, 2022.
Bid here at CharityBuzz
For more about the charity KultureCity, visit here
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Andy Staples Show Ranks Billions Characters
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | March 5, 2021
Andy and The Athletic’s Max Olson rank their favorite characters from the hit Showtime series, Billions. Damian Lewis gets some props not just about Billions, but about his previous NBC show Life. See where Axe ranks here:
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Filming Rest of Season 5 and Season 6
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | February 21, 2021
It’s official. Billions will be back to filming next month, March 2021. We have some insider information straight from Dollar Bill! Kelly AuCoin, who plays Dollar Bill Stearn confirmed this in the below tweet. Other social media postings for casting notices indicate shooting dates of March-November for the remaining episodes of season 5 and also season 6.
Get ready for some real March Madness, cuz WE ARE COMING BACK TO WORK, BABY!
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TV Series Industry Cashes In On Finance Drama Boom
by Michael Idato | The Sydney Morning Herald | January 9, 2021
In an economic era increasingly defined by tax avoidance, inequality and constant disruption, it seems unlikely that financial web-spinners in expensive suits would become the poster children of TV’s most popular dramas.
And yet the success of shows including Billions, about the exploits of scheming billionaire Bobby Axelrod, Black Monday, which chronicled the preamble to the 1998 stock market collapse, and Devils, about key players in an investment bank tied to the 2008 financial crisis, speaks for itself.