Come one, come all to THE CIRCUS. The Circus, a documentary series, pulls back the curtain of the Trump era of presidential politics, uncovering the extraordinary, inspiring and maddening stories behind the features. Key characters and occasions are introduced in real time, as they are going on. THE CIRCUS is a non-factional, a never-before-happened take on one of the most captivating and important political periods in present day American history.
Showtime’s political docuseries returns in this August. Also, it will be a three-ring – The Circus covering the pandemic, fundamental prejudice and a crucial presidential political race.
The premium cabler said today that the second part of Season 5 will bow at 8 p.m. Sunday, August 16.
At the point when we last observed hosts John Heilemann, Alex Wagner and Mark McKinnon, they had recently covered the outlook changing Super Tuesday and the first shutdowns as the coronavirus danger entered the vocabulary. Its fifth season commenced in January, when there still was a group of Democratic White House hopefuls and an expanding impeachment trail.
If that appears like half a lifetime ago, the upcoming new episodes will glimpse inside and likely suspiciously at the Donald Trump and Joe Biden campaigns as they and we tear towards a historical Election Day on November 3.
Delivered by Left/Right, The Circus is Showtime’s most noteworthy evaluated docuseries, with the first part of Season 5 averaging more than 1 million watchers every week.
The Circus is officially created by hosts Heilemann, McKinnon and Wagner, alongside Banks Tarver, Ken Druckerman Ted Bourne and Tom Johnson.