The struggle of the hedge-fund manager will continue on Showtime.

The network today announced that it has renewed its Wall Street drama Billions for a third season. Showtime didn't announce an episode count or an estimated premiere date, but history says that the renewal will be for 12 episodes and Season 3 will premiere early next year.

Currently three episodes into its second season, Billions stars Damian Lewis as Bobby "Axe" Axelrod, a filthy rich hedge fund manager who skirts financial laws to add to his ever-increasing coffers. Paul Giamatti plays Chuck Rhoades, a U.S. Attorney bent on taking Axe and the rest of the Wall Street weasels down, but who has some issues of his own.

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The series is at its best when the two make their rare appearances on-screen together and hurl emasculating insults at each other, and also when it examines the out-of-control power that those on Wall Street wield. Maggie Siff, Malin Akerman and David Costabile also star.

Billions airs Sunday nights at 10/9c on Showtime.