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Paul Giamatti plays a U.S. Attorney with ambitions of becoming governor in the Showtime series Billions, which begins airing Jan. 17. Showtime hide caption

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Showtime's Financial Drama 'Billions' Doubles Down On Melodrama And Machismo

Critic John Powers says viewers shouldn't expect to learn about the inner working of Wall Street from the glossy new series Billions. Instead, the show offers clipping action and punchy dialogue.

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Showtime's Financial Drama 'Billions' Doubles Down On Melodrama And Machismo

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Topsy Terry Gibbs, Buddy DeFranco et. al.
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