HBO is prepping a six-part docuseries exploring the QAnon phenomenon.
Q: Into the Storm dives into the shadowy world of “Q” that has rocked and riveted the U.S. political sphere for the past few years.
During the three-year global investigation, the series charts the origins and evolution of the movement in real-time with access to key players, exploring how the anonymous character known only as “Q” has used conspiracy theories and information warfare to influence politics and myriad aspects of American culture. The series also explores the consequences of free speech as it pertains to the darkest reaches of the Internet.
Q: Into the Storm premieres with two back-to-back episodes on March 21, with new episodes airing back-to-back subsequent Sundays at the same time.
In other HBO news, the premium TV net has partnered with Oscar-nominated director David France (pictured; How to Survive a Plague; Welcome to Chechnya) in association with Impact Partners and Sandbox Films for a documentary about the global race to research, develop, regulate and roll out COVID-19 vaccines.
The feature-length, as yet untitled documentary is currently in production and will debut next year on HBO and HBO Max.
Dogwoof is representing international sales and will be introducing the project to buyers at the European Film Market.
The series will premiere on HBO and be available to stream on HBO Max. A trailer for Q: Into the Storm is below:
With files from Jillian Morgan