Where to watch Who Is America? online in Australia
A political satire series you don’t want to miss.
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TitleWho Is America?
SynopsisThe long-awaited return of Sacha Baron Cohen – the man who brought you Borat, Brüno and Ali G – sees hypocrisy and hilarity collide as he goes undercover to expose Who Is America?.
- Season 1
Cast and crew
- Sacha Baron Cohen
- Roy Elghanayan
- Emanuela Postacchini
Relevant and funny, the political satire series proves once again that Baron Cohen's talent and spontaneity are extraordinary, to say the least. We're sure even his victims agree. If you're a fan of the actor, we suggest you stream Borat 2 as well.
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