At the same time, the second part of The Comedy Rule is "a virtual day-by-day account of the tempestuous relationship between Comey and Trump".
While the trailer is short, it offers us advisable of the sort of intense atmosphere that will without doubt continue for the duration of, as Comey is brought further and additional into the increasingly dark corridors of power.
Last month, we got a first glimpse at Brendan Gleeson in character- well, sort of- it was a silhouette, but it was a very convincing silhouette all the same.
Vanity fair says "Brendan Gleeson's Trump is a thoughtless exploiter of honor systems who has no problem setting that same rulebook on fire and hurling it at anyone who displeases him".
He added: "We made the contrast between the bags under his eyes and the orange skin softer than it actually is".
How excited are you to see Brendan Gleeson as Donald Trump? No doubt that is a comparison that the actual Trump would want.
The star-studded special is due to air over two nights across September 27 and September 28, arriving ahead of the upcoming presidential election.
But with Trump asking for loyalty, Comey seems convinced they're heading towards trouble.
The play starts by analyzing the FBI's investigations into Hillary Clinton's Russian and emails interference from the 2016 electionbefore detailing the tumultuous early phase of Trump's presidency and his tumultuous and shortly entirely fractured connection with Comey.
Moments later, in a clip from another scene, Gleeson's Trump leans over to Daniel's Comey, whispering in his ear.
The Comey Rule will be released on consecutive nights, September 27th and 28th, on Stan in Australia and Showtime in the US.
Though we don't see much of Brendan Gleeson, who plays Trump, we do get some ominous shots and a few audio clips of him, which are frankly, spot on - right down to his claims that the Federal Bureau of Investigation has it in for him. This involves us from Showtime's official YouTube channel.