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Season Three

Season Three

The war between hedge fund king Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and ruthless U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades has gone nuclear and the fallout could be devastating. They’ve crossed too many lines, broken too many laws and ruined too many lives. Now, for both men – and everyone around them – self-preservation is the name of the game. With everything on the line, they’ll do anything to save themselves. But when loyalty is bought and sold, who can you trust?

Ep 1: Tie Goes To The Runner

Written by Brian Koppelman & David Levien / Directed by Colin Bucksey

The third chapter of the heated rivalry between Chuck Rhoades and Bobby Axelrod begins. Post-indictment, Axe faces a difficult decision.

 

Ep 2: The Wrong Maria Gonzalez

Written by Adam R. Perlman / Directed by Noah Emmerich

Chuck tries to cash in a favour owed to him by an honourable judge. Axe orchestrates creative new avenues for conducting trades.

 

Ep 3: A Generation Too Late

Written by Wes Taylor / Directed by Colin Bucksey

Chuck faces a dilemma when he's given a perverse directive. Taylor and Wags interview a different type of Axe Capital employee.

 

Ep 4: Hell Of A Ride

Written by Randall Green / Directed by John Dahl

Axe explores the new arena of venture philanthropy and looks to neutralise old accomplices. Chuck tries to reconcile with his father.

 

Ep 5: Flaw In The Death Star

Written by Willie Reale & Adam R. Perlman / Directed by Matt Shakman

Axe and Chuck fight for the loyalty of the same witness. Taylor travels to Silicon Valley to explore new business opportunities.

 

Ep 6: The Third Ortolan

Written by Alice O'Neill / Directed by John Dahl

Axe tracks down a critical piece of evidence, and both he and Chuck question how far they are willing to go to protect Wendy.

 

Ep 7: Not You, Mr Dake

Written by Brian Koppelman & David Levien / Directed by Michael Morris

Axe and Chuck face mounting evidence of their involvement in the Ice Juice sabotage. Taylor questions Wendy's motivations at Axe Capital.

 

Ep 8: All The Wilburys

Story by : Randall Green & Alice O'Neill
Teleplay by : Brian Koppelman & David Levien / Directed by Mike Binder

Axe tries for a fresh start at Axe Capital. Chuck asserts his political autonomy and wrestles with whether to honour his word to a friend.

 

Ep 9: Icebreaker

Written by Adam R. Perlman & Willie Reale / Directed by Stacie Passon

Axe makes a bold play to secure capital from a controversial source, while Taylor chafes against his recent moves. Chuck recruits new allies.

 

Ep 10: Redemption

Written by Brian Koppelman & David Levien & Matt Fennell / Directed by Jake Polonsky

Axe explores an unappealing investment at a desperate moment. Taylor makes a personal compromise for business.

 

Ep 11: Kompenso

Written by Adam R. Perlman / Directed by Jessica Yu

Axe determines his employees' worth at the year-end "comp" meetings. Chuck advances a dangerous plan, but is distracted by a friend in need of help.

 

Ep 12: Elmsley Count

Written by Brian Koppelman & David Levien / Directed by Colin Bucksey

Axe dominates a capital raise event, but is soon challenged by an unexpected competitor. Chuck looks to strike the ultimate blow on an enemy.