VIDEO: Billy Bob Thornton on the final season of Goliath

Goliath season 4 is the end of the line for Billy McBride. The Amazon Prime Video original series has released its final season (all episodes streaming now), and it’s pulling no punches in Billy’s final fight. Crime-TV.com spoke to Academy Award winner Billy Bob Thornton to discuss the conclusion to the legal drama.

The fourth season sees Billy McBride uproot himself and head to San Francisco after his closest friend Patty Solis (played by Nina Arianda) gets offered an impressive job. But it’s not such a promising journey for Billy; he finds himself right in the middle of the opioid crisis that’s currently gripping America. And while he takes on one of the biggest issues facing the country, he also has to reckon with his childhood. Facing his past demons could give him peace, or he could wind up being destroyed by foes inside and out.

Billy Bob and Crime-TV.com spoke about what it felt like for him to take his character on this final journey and his thoughts on Billy McBride having to face his past right at the end. Plus, he told us about working with a particular guest star whose appearance will definitely excite viewers!

Watch our video interview below to hear Billy Bob’s thoughts on the end of Goliath, playing this character for longer than almost any other in his lengthy career, and one portion of season 4 that he particularly enjoyed.

Crime-TV.com interviews Billy Bob Thornton for Goliath season 4. (Video Credit: Exclusive to Crime-TV.com. May not be reproduced or reposted without written permission.)

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