Nicolas Cage to explore 'History of Swear Words' in new docuseries | Inquirer Entertainment

Nicolas Cage to explore ‘History of Swear Words’ in new docuseries

/ 03:31 PM December 12, 2020

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Nicolas Cage in “History of Swearing” (Image: screengrab from Twitter/@netflix)8

Nicolas Cage will be delving deep into the origins of swearing in a new docuseries that seeks to inform people on some of their favorite English words.

The Hollywood actor will be hosting the six-episode series aptly titled “History of Swear Words” from Funny or Die and B17 Entertainment.


“History of Swear Words” will be available on Netflix starting Jan. 5 next year. The American streaming giant has already given fans a glimpse of what to expect through a teaser via Twitter on Dec. 9.


“Nicolas Cage hosts this proudly profane series that explores the history and impact of some of the most notorious bad words in the English language,” the show’s synopsis read.

The show will have each episode focus on a specific swear word, as per Hollywood Reporter on Dec. 9.

“History of Swear Words” will also feature several celebrity guest hosts including Joel Kim Booster, DeRay Davis, Open Mike Eagle, Nikki Glaser, Patti Harrison, London Hughes, Jim Jefferies, Zainab Johnson, Nick Offerman, Sarah Silverman, Baron Vaughn and Isiah Whitlock Jr., according to the report.  /ra


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