The It List: HBO's QAnon doc goes 'Into the Storm,' 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' final season, and more pop culture highlights of the week

The It List is Yahoo’s weekly look at the best in pop culture. With the Coronavirus pandemic in mind here are our picks for the week of March 15th.

Q: Into the Storm premieres Sunday, March 21 on HBO Max. Filmmaker Cullen Hoback spent three years traveling the world in search of the truth behind the conspiratorial community, which reached a boiling point at the January 6th Capitol Riot.

Keeping Up With the Kardashians Season 20 premieres Thursday, March 18 at 8 p.m. on E!. The final season marks 14 years of onscreen Kardashian drama and by the looks of the trailer, this one might be the most emotional yet.

Promising Young Woman is available on Blu-ray on Tuesday, March 16. Carey Mulligan stars as Cassie, the titular promising young woman, who lives a secret double life by night, in an attempt to right past wrongs.

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NARRATOR: The "It List" is Yahoo's weekly look at the best in pop culture. With the coronavirus pandemic in mind, here are our picks for the week of March 15th.

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The QAnon movement and its mysterious figurehead Q is getting the HBO doc treatment in the upcoming six-part series "Q: Into the Storm." Filmmaker Cullen Hoback spent three years traveling the world in search of the truth behind the conspiratorial community, which reached a boiling point at the January 6th capitol riot. The identity or identities of Q is still unknown, although the doc talks to a few known suspects.

MAN: I have a question. You're going through a possible list of who Q might

INTERVIEWER: That's right.

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INTERVIEWER: You're on the list.

MAN: Well, let's continue.

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NARRATOR: Pivoting to a totally different kind of reality, "Keeping Up With The Kardashian's" is coming to a close. Season 20, its final season, marks 14 years of on-screen Kardashian drama and, by the looks of the trailer, this one might be the most emotional yet.

KRIS JENNER: We just wanted to tell you in person that we won't be going forward with filming the show anymore.

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NARRATOR: The movie, "Promising Young Woman" was critically acclaimed upon its release, and now it's coming out on Blu-ray. Carey Mulligan stars as Cassie, the titular promising young woman, who lives a secret double life by night in an attempt to right past wrongs.

CHRISTOPHER MINTZ-PLASSE I thought we had a connection.

CAREY MULLIGAN: OK. How old am I? What are my hobbies? What's my name? Sorry, maybe that one's too hard.

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