How to stream 'Who Is America' for free from Showtime

You may or may not have heard of Who Is America, the show in which Sacha Baron Cohen digs around to find out more about the people who populate our country, but it may not have been enough to get you to pay for another new service to watch it. Well, if you take just a few minutes to sign up for some trial accounts, you can stream it right now for free. That's right, without paying anything you'll be able to watch the first few episodes, including the rather controversial one.

Prime members can get a free 7-day trial of Showtime in order to access the show. If you aren't a Prime member, you can also sign up for a free 30-day trial to gain access to the Showtime trial. After the trial, Prime members get showtime for $8.99 a month instead of the normal $10.99 per month. If you have a Fire Tablet, you can download the Showtime app and get a free 30-day trial.

Prefer to stay away from Amazon's ecosystem? Hulu customers can get the same deal that Amazon offers and Sling customers can get access to 7 days of Showtime for free as well but the service is $10.99 a month after that. Sling is offering its own 7-day trial if you aren't currently subscribed to the service.

There will be a total of seven episodes in the series, and the first two are available for your streaming pleasure right now.

Jared DiPane
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