It's currently closer to dawn than dusk where I am so please bear with me. Perhaps I have been watching too much "Designated Survivor" and "Young Pope" but is anyone else shocked and disappointed at the lack of GOOD finance shows.
In essence, we have seen several finance-based movies, but there isn't a single series that stays on the finance-oriented track. Billions have that element for the first few seasons but have now divulged into a ridiculous and just too unrealistic show that I refuse to watch anymore. Then you take a look another attempt of that God awful garbage on Amazon Prime about IB that shall not go named
I think it would be really cool to have one following a Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, in the way House of Cards followed a senior politician. But instead of just seeking raw power, they are trying to solve (or perhaps cause) a looming economic crisis. Some episodes could be on trying to protect the independence of the central bank, others could be a heated argument in a monetary policy meeting. Obviously some realism would be lost (what show is perfectly in line with reality?), but I feel that something like that could have a niche fan base?