Watch trailer for new Bill Cosby docu-series ‘We Need To Talk About Cosby’

Showtime has shared a new trailer for the upcoming Bill Cosby docu series, We need to talk about Cosby – You can watch it below.

Directed by W. Kamau Bell, the upcoming four-part series, which was one of the most popular non-fiction titles announced for the 2022 Sundance Film Festival, offers an in-depth look at the revolutionary career and personal decline of the Sundance Film Festival. Actor and comedian.

It will explore Cosby’s life and work, balancing his actions against his indisputable global impact through interviews with comedians, cultural commentators, journalists, and women who share their personal and most harrowing encounters with Cosby.

the Cosby Show A star is accused of sexual assault by more than 60 women. In 2018, he was imprisoned for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Konstand in his home in 2004. His conviction was overturned in June of this year.

A synopsis for the upcoming series reads, “Can you separate art from artist? Should you even try? While there are plenty of people we can ask these questions to, none of them are a tougher challenge than Bill Cosby.”

It will also contain archival footage and shed new light on Cosby’s cultural contributions and influence at the height of his shame. You can see the trailer below.

The series’ executive producers are Bill, Andrew Fried, Katie A. King, Dean Lilligaard, Jordan Wayne, and Sarena Roma. The king also acts as a model.

Bell, who grew up a huge Cosby fan, explains how the star’s desire for power, which drove his career success, could be the same driving force that motivated his alleged crimes against women.

“When I was a child of Bill Cosby, I was a huge fan of all his shows and wanted to be a comedian because of him,” Bell said. “I never thought I would wrestle with who we all thought Cosby and who we now understand. I’m not sure he’d want me to do this job, but Cliff Hostable definitely will.”

Vinnie Malhotra, Executive Vice President, Reality Programming Showtime Networks added, “Kamau has bravely ventured into a very complex and subtle area of ​​Bill Cosby’s story, which has yet to be explored in such depth. It’s an important and under-reported perspective on the legacy of one of the most famous artists. African Americans in History”.

We need to talk about Cosby It will premiere on January 30, a week after it debuted on January 22 on Sundance.

For help, advice or more information on sexual harassment, assault and rape in the UK visit the charity Rape Crisis website. In the US, visit RAINN.

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