Drama stories of Billions return for season three. In this season we see deteriorating conditions at Axe Capital, this may threaten the trust between the company and its clients. Also we see Sacker strives to prove herself as Chief of Crim.
Billions season 3 is interested in the idea of consequences, its tone varies demonstrably from the free-wheeling, reckless humor of season 2. The change grounds the series a bit more, brings it back down to earth.
I've always been a sucker for a phenomenal ensemble, and I love the cast of characters on Billions. Lewis and Giamatti get a lot of the attention, but this is a show that doesn't work without the entire ensemble.
There's no slow build or gradual re-acclimation into this world to be found here; we're thrown into the deep with seemingly every character who ever appeared on the show. As a feat of plate-spinning, it's impressive.