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More Clues About Sacha Baron Cohen's New TV Show

More Clues About Sacha Baron Cohen's New TV Show

Who Is America? is reportedly set to premiere in the USA later this month.

"Who Is America?" marks Baron Cohen's first series television project since "Da Ali G Show", which aired on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom and HBO in the U.S. That series and the two movies that spun off from it - "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan" and "Brüno" - elevated Baron Cohen to comedy stardom in the U.S.

When news broke of Sasha Baron Cohen's next project - and that he was taking on Trump and the USA government - to say folk were excited by the prospect was a slight understatement.

But hey! Now we know a bit more about it - we know it's most likely going to be called Who Is America, and will be a series on United States network Showtime.

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Such a moment does indeed actually happen, and can be seen in a 20-second teaser trailer Cohen released on Sunday for his upcoming political satire series on Showtime.

In the first clip from the Borat star's new TV series Who is America, the satirist remains offscreen speaking with a heavy accent as he asks Cheney to sign an empty plastic water jug, which Cohen claims is a "waterboard kit".

The untitled show is cloaked in secrecy, but Showtime has been releasing mysterious teasers for a series arriving on July 15 that promises to be "shameless", "unhinged", and "cold-blooded." Very nice news you're about to read!

"Sure!" Cheney said. "That's a first". But with Who is America, Baron Cohen will be making a return to the gimmick that made him famous: tricking high-profile people through interviews with his over-the-top personas.