|Written by||Mark C. Baldwin|
|Directed by||Jon Alpert
|Presented by||Oliver Stone|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||9|
|Executive producer(s)||Sheila Nevins|
|Production company(s)||America Undercover|
|Original run||1983– present|
America Undercover is a series of documentaries that airs on the cable television network HBO. Within the series are several sub-series, such as "Autopsy", "Real Sex" and "Taxicab Confessions". The series began in 1984 and, after a brief time being broadcast weekly in 2001, is now broadcast once per month. In 2006, episodes began being rebroadcast on A&E Network.
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