Sacha Baron Cohen has new Showtime show Who Is America? incoming

Sacha Baron Cohen has new Showtime show Who Is America? incoming

Now, the first teaser for his new series for United States network Showtime has dropped, and it looks very promising, indeed.

In the clip, Cohen's off-screen interviewer asks Cheney to sign a "waterboard kit", which Cheney subsequently does with a smile and says, "That's the first time I ever signed a waterboard". This is gonna be a good 'un.

"Dick Cheney, is it possible to sign my waterboard kit?"

"You've been warned", the posters tease, while giving us the first glance of Cohen's character - a guy suspiciously peeking out of American flags with various eyewear.
The Borat star has apparently been filming a TV show undercover for Showtime for the past year.

"Sure!" Cheney said. "That's a first". Check out the teaser videos above and see the Trump promo clip below.

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In 2006, Cheney said waterboarding was "a no brainer" in a radio interview and has insisted "enhanced interrogation" programs are effective despite scientific evidence that has shown it to be ineffective and even counterproductive. Written and directed by Cohen, the seven-episode series will explore individuals known and unknown across the American political spectrum. Baron Cohen and Trump have always been critics of one another, with Trump openly hoping for Cohen to lose popularity at different points.

Cheney appears to be in conversation with a heavily-accented Baron Cohen which has prompted some to suggest the actor will engage with and interview celebrities and politicians in character, like he previously did as Ali G.

"Who Is America?" is created and executive produced by Baron Cohen and is also executive produced by Anthony Hines, Todd Schulman, Andrew Newman, Dan Mazer and Adam Lowitt.

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