Now it’s time for us to start talking about Bill Cosby.

On Dec. 20, Showtime released a first-look teaser of their upcoming four-part docuseries Cosby is a topic we need to discuss. The new series, directed by Emmy Award winner W. Kamau Bell, follows the rise and fall of comedian, Bill Cosby, who was once thought of as “America’s Dad,” before he was accused of “rape, drug-facilitated sexual assault, sexual battery and other misconduct by more than 60 women as far back as nearly 60 years,” according to the series. 

You know exactly what I mean when you say, “I’m a Bill Cosby child.” Bell speaks in the clip. “I’m a Black man and a comic born in the ’70s. Bill Cosby is one of my heroes. But this, this was f––cked up.”

In the teaser, he continues, “What should we do with everything that we already knew and all we now know about Bill Cosby?” What can we say about Bill Cosby?