Warner Bros. Discovery ANZ today announced that House of Hammer, the highly anticipated docuseries chronicling the deeply troubling accusations levelled against critically acclaimed actor Armie Hammer, will premiere in October.
Featuring exclusive access and shocking revelations, the documentary takes viewers inside the Hammer family’s dark power plays over the course of three revealing hours.
Hammer’s meteoric rise to fame came crashing down as victims came forward with disturbing alleged stories of bondage, cannibalism fantasies, branding and that was just the beginning. The rape and abuse allegations brought against Armie Hammer in 2021 shocked Hollywood insiders and fans across the globe.
This docuseries begins in 2020 at the peak of Hammer’s rise to fame. Featuring exclusive revelations from Armie’s aunt, Casey Hammer, and multiple survivors of Armie’s alleged abuse, the three-part series brings to light the dark secrets – ranging from accusations of violence and abuse to political manipulation and financial fraud – hidden within one of America’s most prominent families.
Each episode will shine a light on a depraved pattern of abuse that extends far beyond the alleged accusations brought against the disgraced actor. Coupled with a trove of incredible archival footage, House of Hammer weaves together a chilling story of the dysfunction and wickedness that grow behind decades of power and money.
House of Hammer is directed by Elli Hakami and Julian P. Hobbs for discovery+. Casey Hammer serves as a consultant.
House of Hammer will premiere Saturday 8th October at 9.30pm AEDT on ID (all three episodes back-to-back).