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The anthology series focuses on untold stories of the world's most brilliant innovators.

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aired 745 days ago
After leaving Pablo Picasso, Françoise Gilot struggles to escape his shadow; Picasso withdraws to create the perfect painting.
aired 750 days ago
Françoise Gilot defies Pablo Picasso to pursue her artistic goals; a young Dora Maar strives to meet Picasso.
aired 757 days ago
Pablo Picasso meets his first wife, a ballerina, while designing a ballet; as an older man, the artist struggles to manage his complex family.
aired 764 days ago
After World War II, Pablo Picasso joins the Communist Party; he is haunted by a tragic love affair.
aired 771 days ago
Pablo Picasso takes Françoise Gilot on vacation; Young Picasso starts cubism with Georges Braque; he is accused of stealing the Mona Lisa.
aired 778 days ago
Pablo Picasso tries to convince Françoise Gilot to move in with him; Young Picasso is challenged by the radical genius of Matisse.
aired 785 days ago
As a mature Pablo Picasso juggles two love affairs, a younger Picasso strives to create a masterpiece that will signal his arrival as a great artist.
aired 792 days ago
Picasso meets his great love Françoise Gilot; young Pablo begins his Blue Period after the suicide of his friend.
aired 799 days ago
Pablo Picasso's relationship with photographer Dora Maar is strained by World War II; young Picasso finds quick success on his first trip to Paris.
aired 799 days ago
Pablo Picasso contends with the rising threat of fascism in Spain; young Pablo rejects traditional painting to search for his own voice.
aired 1,107 days ago
In the two-part season finale, Albert Einstein (Geoffrey Rush) settles into life in America.
aired 1,111 days ago
Einstein and his wife Elsa face roadblocks as they attempt to immigrate to America.
aired 1,111 days ago
Patriotism corrupts one of Einstein's closest friends, pitting them against each other.
aired 1,111 days ago
As World War I begins, Albert Einstein's personal life finally reaches a breaking point.
aired 1,113 days ago
Einstein falters in his familial responsibilities and is reintroduced to his cousin Elsa.
aired 1,113 days ago
Mileva struggles to raise a baby and support Einstein as he works on his most famous theories.
aired 1,113 days ago
Einstein struggles to support a pregnant Mileva while trying to land an academic job.
aired 1,113 days ago
After butting heads in class, Einstein falls in love with the determined Mileva Maric.
aired 1,113 days ago
Albert Einstein's tumultuous life reveals the man behind the mind.

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Starring Pierce Brosnan as charismatic Texas rancher Eli McCullough, "The Son" is a sweeping family saga based on Philipp Meyer's same-title best-seller. Hourlong episodes trace the McCullough heritage across 150 years and three generations, focusing on Eli's transformation from hard-working family man to paranoid, calculating killer. He's desperate to ensure his legacy by building a ranching-and-oil dynasty of unsurpassed wealth, a plan that ultimately pits him against his well-off Spanish neighbor, Pedro Garcia. A series of flashbacks brings viewers into the world of a young Eli and his father figure, Comanche war chief Toshaway, and explores the McCullough's ascension to become a powerful family dynasty in Texas.
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