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Some shows don’t last for much longer than a couple of seasons before they get the axe, while others will catch on with a good number of fans and will stand a much better chance of coming back with each coming season fresh and ready to engage the fans in a new and exciting way. Some shows create premises that don’t make sense, some have underdeveloped characters, and others just fail to resonate with anyone, but thankfully Billions doesn’t have this problem. Despite the stakes that have been raised within the premise of this show, Billions seems to be taking a middle path through the madness that has been created in this high-dollar drama and is shifting around just enough to feel fresh and is able to continue onward with most of the original characters and narratives that have been seen in previous seasons.
Quite honestly that might seem a little low-key for a show that seems to showcase those with so much to lose, but it’s more of a conservative look at this point since to build it up too much leaves one with the kind of expectations that could be disappointed, but it also builds it up just enough to keep it exciting. So far in the fourth season it’s already been seen that they are changing things and many of the characters are returning, but the relationships are somewhat inverted. If you could have predicted this in the past, that Bobby Axelrod would be working with U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades then you likely would have been one of the few that saw it coming in advance. Not only this, but Bobby is now up against his former protege, Taylor Mason, who started a competing fund and managed to poach some of his talent. You can imagine that it’s...
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