Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen has posted another teaser for his mysterious talk show project for Showtime, which reveals that the master stunt interviewer has landed none other than former Vice President Dick Cheney for what looks to be an insane sit down conversation. Then there's a flurry of images (including at least one that's NSFW) that ends with Cheney being hesitantly asked by Cohen to sign "a waterboard kit" and then autographing a water jug. This is gonna be a good 'un.
USA broadcaster Showtime is behind series, dubbing it "perhaps the most risky TV show in history". "That's the first time I ever signed a waterboard".
The first episode of Who Is America? premieres July 15 at midnight ET online and later on TV at 10 p.m. ET, with subsequent episodes following each Sunday at 10 p.m. ET on Showtime.
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"In the works over the past year, the seven-episode series will explore the diverse individuals, from the infamous to the unknown across the political and cultural spectrum, who populate the unique nation". Now, new posters and trailers give us a peek at Baron Cohen's new character, who is ready to mock America in the aptly titled series Who is America?
Leave it to comedian Sacha Baron Cohen to convince his interview subjects to do just about anything.
"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. The stunt apparently had something to do with Trump University, but aside from Cohen's initial tweet, he had very little else to say about the matter - leaving everyone else in the dark to speculate about what it all meant.