The first Borat film launched back in 2006, and now fourteen years later it’s been revealed that star and creator Sascha Baron Cohen has filmed a sequel in top secret after pandemic restrictions were loosened.

Borat 2 is out now. If you want to tune into the mad and (no doubt) lewd film, we’ve rounded up everything you need to know. You can also check out the biggest movies coming out this year and next, and the ongoing delayed film release dates.

How to stream the Borat sequel

Borat 2 is now available to stream  – just days before the US Presidential election on 3 November.

It's exclusive to Amazon Prime Video. You can sign up on the Amazon website, either for the standalone streaming subscription which costs £5.99/US$8.99, or £7.99/$12.99 for the full Prime subscription which also gives you next day delivery, e-books, music streaming and more.

As far as we’re aware, it will be released globally. However, if it’s not available in your country for some reason, you should still be able to watch it through the use of a VPN such as NordVPN or ExpressVPN. You can find out more in our guide to the best VPN for streaming.

What is Borat 2 about

The full name of the film is: ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan’ - which gives a little bit away on what to expect. You can watch the full the trailer below:

Like the first film, it's in the style of a mockumentary. Borat is quarantining in rural America during the pandemic and wishes to find a match for his “daughter”. As he’s being recognised a lot, he goes in disguise to lots of places, including the Republican National Convention where he seemingly shouts at the Vice-President, Mike Pence.