The new Discovery+ docuseries House of Hammer will extensively examine the allegations of abuse against Armie Hammer.

The next show's trailer, which debuted last month, featured the actor's purported victims talking about their experiences. 

Casey Hammer, Armie Hammer's aunt, will also address their family history and the actor's accusations in the series.

Before the documentary aired, Armie's aunt opened up to US Weekly about how she felt about the claims made against the actor, saying, "I honestly wasn't surprised or horrified.

Due to the way I was raised, I was exposed to terrible atrocities and events that were hidden since they occurred behind closed doors and we were unable to talk about them.

They are both the grandkids of business magnate Armand Hammer, who passed away in 1990, and Casey is the sister of Michael Hammer, Armie's father. 

The planned docuseries will examine all of the family's conflicts and trace the history of the Hammer family. 

Interviews with women who claim that the Call Me by Your Name actor discussed his interest in cannibalism and other fetishes with them when they were dating will also be included in the series.

Regarding Hammer, the actor divorced his wife of 10 years, Elizabeth Chambers, months before the claims against him appeared online. 

In a joint statement, Chambers stated, "It has been an extraordinary journey, but together, we've decided to turn the page and move on from our marriage."