The World According to Football “Qatar” S1E5 December 29 2023 on Showtime

Tonight (Friday December 29 2023), Showtime broadcasts an episode of the series The World According to Football!

Qatar Season 1 Episode 5 Episode Summary

In this episode of “The World According to Football” on Showtime, titled “Qatar,” viewers can expect an insightful exploration led by Trevor as he investigates whether the world’s biggest sporting event, the World Cup, can catalyze genuine social change. The episode delves into the impact of hosting such a colossal tournament on the social fabric of Qatar, examining the potential transformations and challenges that come with the spotlight of a global sporting stage.

As Trevor navigates through the intricacies of the preparations and aftermath of the World Cup in Qatar, viewers are invited to ponder the broader implications of hosting such a monumental event. The episode raises thought-provoking questions about the role of sports in influencing societal shifts and sheds light on the complexities that emerge when a nation becomes the focal point of international attention.

Looking ahead, the episode also contemplates the future as the U.S. prepares to co-host the World Cup in 2026. Trevor wonders about the potential flaws and issues that could surface, prompting viewers to consider the broader impact of hosting a major global sporting event.

What Time is the “Qatar” Episode On?

The Qatar episode of The World According to Football will be broadcast on December 29 2023 on Showtime at 8:00 PM at ET/PT.

Is the “Qatar” Episode New?

The Qatar episode of The World According to Football is all new!

The World According to Football Qatar Cast & Stars

Main Cast

Qatar Episode Videos & Previews

Watch The World According to Football Qatar Online

The World According to Football Series Information

A five-part documentary series narrated and executive produced by Trevor Noah. The series focuses on a different country in each episode - Brazil, US, UK, France, and Qatar - and how soccer teams and fans in that country face global issues through the sport. The series tackles women's rights, income inequality, labor rights, mental health, racism, nationalism and LGBTQ+ rights.

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