'Q: Into the Storm': Live stream, release date, plot and all you need to know about HBO's documentary on origins of QAnon

'Q: Into the Storm': Live stream, release date, plot and all you need to know about HBO's documentary on origins of QAnon
A still from the trailer of 'Q: Into the Storm' (YouTube/HBO)

HBO is teaming up with the Academy Award-winning filmmaker Adam McKay for an upcoming docuseries which will shed a light on the origins of ‘QAnon’ and a pro-Trump conspiracy theory that took shape during his presidency.

According to the ‘QAnon’ followers, the world is being governed by a group of pedophiles who worship Satan. They also claim that ex-president Donald Trump came into power to unmask the group and punish them. The group categorically states that the former president of the United States is preparing for a day of reckoning, ‘The Storm’, when several members of the “deep state” will be executed. Such theories created a lot of controversies in the US and gained a lot of popularity among the far-right voters during the 2020 US Presidential Election.



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As far as the series is concerned, it will uncover the forces behind QAnon and how it manages to manipulate the minds of the people by giving fact-less information.  The six-part series also examines the relationship between QAnon and Trump.


A still from HBO's docuseries 'Q: Into the Storm' shows mob at the Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. (YouTube/HBO)

Here’s everything you need to know about the riveting political docuseries.

Release date

The six-part series will be debuting with back-to-back episodes on Sunday, March 21, 2021, at 9 pm ET. The show will return with new episodes airing back-to-back subsequent Sundays at the same time. It will also be streaming on the network’s streaming service, HBO Max. 



The official synopsis reads: “Spanning three years in the making and traversing the globe, the series follows filmmaker Cullen Hoback on a labyrinthine journey to uncover the forces behind QAnon, a movement fueled by conspiracy theories that have grown in scope and political significance, chronicling its evolution in real-time and revealing how "Q" uses information warfare to game the internet, hijack politics and manipulate people's thinking. The series examines the connections between QAnon, President Trump, and political and ex-military operatives. It also explores QAnon's influence on American culture and politics.”



The series will feature exclusive interviews from various people who have been closely monitoring the “QAnon” movement. From Q-tubers to journalists, the show will be featuring all the important members of the movement since it began in 2017.


The project is being written and helmed by Cullen Hoback. He is known for making documentary films like ‘Monster Camp’, ‘Terms and Conditions May Apply’, and ‘What Lies Upstream'. Oscar-winning filmmaker Adam McKay will produce the series along with Todd Schulman and Alina Solodnikova. Meanwhile, Cristine Dewey, Annie Roney, Peter Baxter, John Ramos and David Diliberto will serve as co-producers.


Adam McKay, recipient of the Distinguished Collaborator award, attends the 22nd CDGA (Costume Designers Guild Awards) at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 28, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. (Getty Images)

For HBO, Tina Nguyen Lisa Heller, and Nancy Abraham will produce the venture.


The trailer offers the first in-depth look at the timely project, which investigates the enigmatic and powerful movement that is QAnon. 




Where to Watch and How to Live Stream

‘Q: Into the Storm’ will premiere exclusively on HBO on March 21, 2021, at 9 pm ET. The series will also be streaming on HBO Max.


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