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Here's How You Can Watch Billions Season 6 At Home

Showtime's "Billions" is a wild ride of rich-people problems, dramatic performances, and compelling characters that you love to hate (and hate to love). It just wrapped up its 5th season in early October, with huge fan support from both Rotten Tomatoes and IMDb. It's such a big hit that just a couple of days before the Season 5 finale, Showtime confidently announced that there would definitely be a 6th season of the show.

Season 5 ended with some pretty big shakeups. Main character Bobby Axelrod (played by Damian Lewis) has fled the country to avoid some serious jail time — mirroring the actor's tragic departure from the series in real life. Corey Stoll will be joining the cast as Mike Prince, the rival of rivals who succeeded in taking over Axelrod's fortune by the final episode of Season 5. If you're still on the edge of your seat from last season's emotional rollercoasters, don't fret — the Season 6 premiere is right around the corner. And here's how you can watch it from the comfort of your own home.

Billions is available on Showtime and several other streaming services

If you want to get in on the action now, the major platforms which are offering "Billions" for streaming are Showtime, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and Paramount+. Price-wise, this will cost you about $10.99 per month if all you want is Showtime by itself. But you can also bundle it with Paramount+ starting at $11.99 per month, which gives you access to Paramount+ content as well as Showtime's — you will have to pay a little extra if you want to get rid of the ads. You can do something similar via both Hulu and Prime Video, but the bundle package costs a bit more. And if you don't think buying a streaming bundle offers you enough content to be worth the money, you can purchase single episodes or entire seasons on Prime Video, too. 

Furthermore, you can take advantage of some free trials and avoid spending money altogether — temporarily, at least. Signing up on Showtime.com offers the most generous free trial and gives you a chance to binge "Billions" — along with many other shows — for 30 days. But if you bundle it with other network streaming services like Prime Video or Paramount+, the free trial is limited to 7 days.