Sacha Baron Cohen will return to television on Sunday at 10 p.m. with the premiere of his new Showtime series, "Who Is America?"

14 years after "Da Ali G Show" ended its two-season run on HBO, Cohen's new series for Showtime is billed to follow a similar format of covert, satirical interviews with unsuspecting guests.

Cohen first previewed the show last week with a cryptic Twitter video that featured Donald Trump mocking Cohen.

On Monday, Showtime confirmed the series will be called "Who Is America?," and Cohen teased an interview with former vice president Dick Cheney.

On Tuesday, Sarah Palin wrote a Facebook post saying that Cohen had "duped" her and her daughter into participating in an interview for the show, which looks like it will feature a number of other prominent guests, including Bernie Sanders.

Here's everything we know about Cohen's new Showtime series:

The seven-episode series has been more than a year in the making

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On Monday, Cohen released a promotional clip on Twitter announcing the debut of a show that had been more than a year in the making.


It will feature new characters from Cohen

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Showtime previewed "Who Is America?" in a clip this week that teased images of new character disguises from Cohen.

Cohen previously said that he would abandon the characters that originated from "Da Ali G Show," including Borat, Ali G, and Brüno — each of which received its own feature film in the years following the HBO show's final season.

We know that at least one of Cohen's characters for the new series will resemble a "d

In a release, Showtime described the show's "lead character" as "

Dick Cheney signs a "waterboard kit" in his interview for the show

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In a teaser video Cohen released on Monday, an off-screen Cohen interviews former vice president Dick Cheney.

In the clip, Cohen asks Cheney to sign a "waterboard kit,"

Sarah Palin says she was "duped" into an interview, calls Cohen's humor "evil"

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The former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin wrote a Facebook post on Tuesday confirming that she and her daughter had been "duped" into an interview for Cohen's series.

Palin wrote that Showtime and Cohen

Cohen has apparently "finked" a long list of other political figures for the series, including Bernie Sanders

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Matt Drudge, founder of conservative blog The Drudge Report, tweeted on Monday from his personal account that Cohen's show will feature interviews with political figures from both sides of the aisle, including Bernie Sanders.

The show will first premiere on-demand before airing Sundays at 10 p.m. on Showtime

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"Who Is America?" will first premiere on Showtime On-Demand Saturday at midnight before airing Sunday at 10 p.m. ET on the cable network, according to Deadline.

The subsequent episodes will follow at 10 p.m. ET on Sundays.