The Top 14 Shows Like Billions to Watch Next

Billions is a show on the Showtime network. Season one premiered in 2016 and it features protagonist hedge fund manager Bobby Axelrod. If you watch Billions, you already know it’s surprisingly accurate, entertaining, and awesome. Whether you’ve seen Billions and you love it, or you’ve never seen it before but you think you might like it, you may also be interested in some other shows that have similar ideas.

About Billions

billions If the world of high finance and the drama within interests you, you will definitely like Billions. It follows hedge fund manager Bobby Axelrod as he strives to accumulate immense wealth and power. Of course, like many hedge fund managers, his activities cross over into the territory

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19 Shows Like White Collar to Watch Next -The Best Crime Dramas You’ll Love!

Do you have a White-Collar-shaped hole in your life now you’ve finished all six seasons? Don’t worry – we’ve compiled a guide on 19 shows like White Collar to watch next. There’s a lot to love about White Collar. If you haven’t seen it, here’s the gist: Neal Caffrey is an escaped convict, and Peter Stokes is an FBI agent responsible for locking him up in the first place. They strike an unusual deal – Neal can stay out of prison wearing a tracking device if he agrees to help the FBI. The relationship between them is difficult to say the least but very entertaining to watch. The side characters are great too: Peter Burke, FBI agent, Mozzie, Neal’s friend and con artist, and Tiffany, Peter’s wife, all have their own roles to play. It lasted for 6 seasons (about 3500 hours run time in total). The character’s relationships, quick wit, and brain-scratching mysteries make it compulsive viewing. If you’re done with White Collar and you’re feeling the need to wat

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The Death Note Ending Explained

The most recent Netflix Death Note movie adaptation released in 2017, has an ending that confused audiences. Even after Kira (Name "Light Turner" in the Netflix adaptation) explains how he pulled off his masterful plan, it still made little sense to the viewer. In this essay, we attempt to explain the ending of the infamous Netflix adaptation and how this ending compares to the manga and anime endings. Spoilers ahead.

Death Note: Basic Plot Summary

death note The Death Note Manga series was first serialized in the Japanese manga magazine Weekly Shonen Jump on December 1, 2003. It had a total of 108 chapters. The story follows teen genius Light Yagami, who stumbled upon a mysterious notebook called the "Death Note," which belonged to the Shinigami Ryuk. The book gave the user the supernatural ability to kill anyone written on the page

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