How to watch Bill Cosby’s trial on HBO News without a cable subscription
HBO’s documentary Bill Cosby: The Trials, which premiered on HBO in September, is the first documentary to feature a woman as the defendant.
The film will air this Thursday at 8 p.m.
ET on HBO, and will be available to watch online.
It features women who have accused Cosby of sexual assault, as well as women who were friends or acquaintances of Cosby, or people who have known him for years.
In the documentary, which will be distributed on HBO’s streaming service, Cosby is heard repeatedly saying, “I am not guilty of this,” in reference to the accusations of sexual abuse.
He says he was unaware of his actions were sexual and denies allegations of rape.
A new trailer for the documentary shows Cosby talking about how he has to take a shower to “get rid of” his semen and he was never taught to do it.
The trailer also shows Cosby using a “toxic” lubricant, saying it was a “good” choice.
Another trailer shows Cosby being interviewed by a woman who alleges that he groped her and then tried to get her to perform oral sex on him.
In a statement to HBO, a representative said, “Bill Cosby’s new documentary will tell the full story of the trial, including testimony from some of the accusers.
He also talks about his life and career, including his long association with children, and his family and his legacy.
The documentary also features a collection of his poetry, including some of his most famous poems.”
A spokesperson for HBO said Cosby is the “sole owner” of the documentary rights and has no control over it.
It’s unclear whether the trailer will be viewed on HBO.