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Power shifts.
Alliances change.#Billions will return for Season 4.#Showtime

— Billions (@SHO_Billions) April 26, 2018

Billions still has sizable currency at Showtime: The cabler has renewed the Paul Giamatti-Damian Lewis drama for Season 4.

Currently midway into its third season, Billions will shift to Sundays at 9/8c (up an hour from 10/9c) beginning May 6. (It fills the gap left by Homeland, which wraps its current season this Sunday.) The series will remain in the 9/8c perch through its season finale on June 10.

Billions currently stands as Showtime’s No. 2 drama series, behind Homeland. Its Season 3 premiere was up 23 percent vs. the Season 2 opener.

“Billions continues to build its audience as it explores the heights of power and wealth even as it plumbs the depths of the human psyche,” said Gary Levine, Showtime’s President of Programming. “[Co-creators] Brian [Koppelman] and David [Levien] are gifted, propulsive storytellers and we can’t wait to see where they and their extraordinary cast will take us in season four.”

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Bicephaly Pictures, in association with Lunacy Productions and Relic Pictures, has announced the start of production on The Short History of the Long Road, the sophomore feature from Simon-Kennedy (Days of Gray). The road trip drama stars international recording artist and actress Carpenter as Nola, a young van-dweller forced to take the wheel for the first time when tragedy strikes. Rounding out the cast are Steven Ogg (The Walking Dead), Jashaun St. John (Songs My Brothers Taught Me), Rusty Schwimmer (The Perfect Storm), Danny Trejo (Machete) and Maggie Siff (Billions).

Production begins this month and is expected to last several weeks on location in New Mexico.

The film will be shot by Simon-Kennedy’s long-time collaborator Cailin Yatsko. Producers on the project include: Darren Dean (The Florida Project); Kishori Rajan (American Fable, HBO’s upcoming Random Acts of Flyness); and Eddie Rubin (Puzzle, Love and Honor), along with Simon-Kennedy and Yatsko. Eric Schultz, Stu Pollard, Harris McCabe and Mike Han are executive producing while a co-producer credit is going to Bettina Kadoorie. Paradigm is handling sales on the film.

We’re about to hit the road in New Mexico with a phenomenal cast and crew! It’s been a journey already, but we’re so happy to be bringing our next Bicephaly Pictures film to life. ?#shorthistorylongroad #vanlife

— THE SHORT HISTORY OF THE LONG ROAD (@RoadFilm) April 7, 2018


Long time no talk, friends. On Sunday, March 25th the 3rd season of Billions premiered on Showtime and I’ve added screencaps from the first episode to the gallery, as well as group and solo promotional images for the third season and event photos from the premiere in New York. Please note that the screencaps contain spoilers and adult content.


And as a bonus mention, just in case you haven’t noticed, bluray caps from all episodes and bonus features of Sons of Anarchy Season 2 have been added to the gallery.


Sorry for the late updates. The flu hit my household hard and knocked me out of commission for a while there, but things are back to normal now and updates should be happening regularly from now on.

What has the stronger pull: Fear or Money? The struggle for power continues on #Billions, March 25 at 10p/9c on #Showtime.

— Billions (@SHO_Billions) January 6, 2018

A pair of childhood friends reunite during their summer break from college and deal with a traumatizing experience from their past.


On June 20th, our beloved Maggie Siff will grace the newsstands on the cover of Cigar Aficionado!

Coming Soon | August's Cigar Aficionado, featuring @SHO_Billions' Maggie Siff.

On newsstands everywhere June 20:

— Cigar Aficionado (@CigarAficMag) June 8, 2017

More information can be found here. And the link to the full sized cover image can be found in our gallery.

On this week’s episode, Variety’s executive editor of TV Debra Birnbaum talks with Maggie Siff, star of Showtime’s hit drama “Billions.” Siff plays Wendy Rhoades, the in-house performance coach at Bobby “Axe” Axelrod’s (Damian Lewis) hedge fund — and the wife of district attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti), Axe’s nemesis. At the end of the season, she had a surprise reconciliation with her husband after a season-long estrangement.

“I saw it coming a little bit before the end of the season,” admits Siff. “Sometimes it’s hard to parse out what my character wants and what I want. I love working with Paul, so I think we were both hoping that the relationship would be rich and ongoing.”

Siff says she often gets asked what Wendy and Chuck see in each other, what keeps them together, but that viewers understood that more deeply this season. “You began to see how they do connect, the joy and the commonality that they do find in each other,” she says.

But their reconciliation came after Wendy had a very emotional moment with Axe, right before he got arrested by the D.A.’s office. So just how real is that reconciliation? “I had some questions, and I have some questions going into the story as it resumes,” she says. “One of the things about the character that keeps it interesting is that she’s surprising.”

Siff says she’s looking forward to exploring Wendy’s relationship with Axe going into Season 3. “What’s always interesting about their relationship is the depth of their history and their love for each other,” she says. “It is platonic, but there is something about him that she wants to be near. And something about her that he wants to be near. There are mysteries that are yet to be revealed.”

That relationship, though, Siff says, is threatening to Lara (Malin Akerman), Axe’s wife. “Perhaps it’s the feeling that if anyone can save him, it’s Wendy as opposed to her,” she says. “But I’d be interested to get Lara’s perspective on that.”

Another question Siff has going into next season is about Wendy’s big financial move — profiting off of a deal she knew her husband was working on, and that Axe was trading on. “Is that insider trading? I think it is,” says Siff. “She, too, is corruptible. How can you not be in that world when the stakes are so high and things happen so quickly? People fall into all kinds of traps and she’s not immune.”

And as for those sex scenes, which find Wendy and Chuck engaging in S&M role play, “I had a lot of trepidation about it,” she admits. “I didn’t want to be in my underwear in every episode. I didn’t want to be naked. I have a lot of natural modesty. And I didn’t want it to be salacious. I was interested in it as a function of their marriage. And that it exposed a psychological component of how these people are together. I can only get down to my underwear if I feel the conviction of the storytelling and if it does something really interesting and authentic for a character.”

You can listen to this week’s episode here: