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  • Genres:

    History, Drama

  • Network:

    NGC

  • Premiere Date:

    Apr 25, 2017

  • Executive producers:

    Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Francie Calfo, Gigi Pritzker, Jeff Cooney, Rachel Shane, Sam Sokolow, Ken Biller

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Genius (American TV series)

2017 TV series

Not to be confused with American Genius.

Genius
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Genre
Developed by
Starring
Season 1
Season 2
Season 3
Theme music composerHans Zimmer
ComposerLorne Balfe
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes28 (list of episodes)
Executive producers
Producers
  • William M. Connor
  • Steven Felder
  • Robert M. Williams Jr.
  • Anna Culp
  • Kelly A. Manners
Production locations
CinematographyMathias Herndl
Editors
  • J. Kathleen Gibson
  • James Wilcox
  • James Kilton
  • Mark Sadlek
Camera setupSingle-camera
Running time43–62 minutes
Production companies
Distributor20th Television (Seasons 1–2)
Disney-ABC Domestic Television (Seasons 3–present)
Original networkNational Geographic (seasons 1–3)
Disney+ (season 4)
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Audio formatDigital
Original releaseApril 25, 2017 (2017-04-25) –
present (present)
Official website

Genius is an American anthologyperiod drama television series developed by Noah Pink and Kenneth Biller which premiered on National Geographic. The first season, which aired between April and June 2017, followed the life of Albert Einstein, from his early years, through his time as a patent clerk, and into his later years as a physicist who developed the theory of relativity; the season is based on the 2007 book Einstein: His Life and Universe by Walter Isaacson. The second season, which aired between April and June 2018, followed the life and artistry of Pablo Picasso.

In April 2018, National Geographic renewed the series for a third season. The season was originally supposed to focus on Mary Shelley but this was moved to development to instead focus on Aretha Franklin.[1] It aired in March 2021. In December 2020, the series was renewed for a fourth season, which is set to be released on Disney+ and will follow the life of Martin Luther King Jr..

Synopsis[edit]

The first season chronicles two periods in the life of Albert Einstein: the first as a patent clerk struggling to gain a teaching position and doctorate, the second as a scientist respected for his development of the theory of relativity.

The second season chronicles two periods in the life of Pablo Picasso: the first as a young man first discovering his talent, the second as a celebrated artist struggling with the rise of fascism and the price of fame.

The third season chronicles several periods in the life of Aretha Franklin: as a young gospel singer impregnated at the age of twelve, and as a rising star who was crowned the "Queen of Soul".

Cast and characters[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Gwendolyn Ellis as Young Elsa Einstein

Recurring[edit]

Season 2[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Alex Rich as Young Pablo Picasso
  • Alessio Scalzotto as 14-year-old
    Pablo Picasso
  • Timothy Lyons as 9-year-old
    Pablo Picasso

Recurring[edit]

Season 3[edit]

Main[edit]

Recurring[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Season 1: Einstein (2017)[edit]

Season 2: Picasso (2018)[edit]

Season 3: Aretha (2021)[edit]

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

On April 28, 2016, it was announced that National Geographic had given the production a straight-to-series order, its first ever scripted series. The series was set to be based on the biography Einstein: His Life and Universe by Walter Isaacson and adapted by Noah Pink, who was also expected to co-executive produce. Executive producers were announced to include Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Francie Calfo, Gigi Pritzker, Rachel Shane, Sam Sokolow, and Jeffrey Cooney. Anna Culp was set to co-produce alongside Melissa Rucker. Ron Howard was expected to direct the first episode of the series. Production companies involved with the series were set to include Imagine TV, Fox 21 TV Studios, OddLot Entertainment and EUE/Sokolow.[27]

On April 19, 2017, National Geographic renewed the series for a second season.[28] The subject of the second season was to have been announced during the finale of the first season,[28] but was instead revealed to be Pablo Picasso the day after the finale, when the network and producers did not want to divert attention away from the season finale.[29][30] The second season premiered on April 24, 2018.[31]

On April 18, 2018, National Geographic renewed the series for a third season. The season was initially set to follow the life of writer Mary Shelley. Ken Biller is expected to return as showrunner, executive producer and writer. Also returning are executive producers Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Francie Calfo, Jeff Cooney, Sam Sokolow, Gigi Pritzker, and Rachel Shane. Anna Culp will return as producer. Returning production companies include Imagine TV, MWM Studios, and EUE/Sokolow.[32] On February 10, 2019, it was announced that the subject of the third season would instead be American singer Aretha Franklin, known as "The Queen of Soul".[33] The third season was slated to premiere on May 25, 2020 and air over four consecutive nights,[3][34] but was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic and began airing on March 21, 2021.[35][36][37][38]

On December 10, 2020, the series was renewed for a fourth season, which is set to follow the life of Martin Luther King Jr. and will be moving to Disney+.[39]

Casting[edit]

Season 1[edit]

In August 2016, it was announced that Geoffrey Rush and Johnny Flynn would star in the series as Albert Einstein both as an old man and as a young adult, respectively.[40] Additionally, it was reported that Emily Watson would also star in the series and that Michael McElhatton, Seth Gabel, Samantha Colley, Richard Topol, and Vincent Kartheiser had joined the cast.[41] In November 2016, it was announced that Shannon Tarbet, Claire Rushbrook, and Robert Lindsay had been cast in recurring roles.[42] On February 2, 2017, it was reported that T. R. Knight had been cast in the recurring role of J. Edgar Hoover.[43]

Season 2[edit]

On September 6, 2017, it was announced that Antonio Banderas would star in the second season as Pablo Picasso.[44] On November 2, 2017, it was reported that Alex Rich would co-star in the series sharing the lead role of Picasso. It was further reported that Clémence Poésy, Robert Sheehan, Poppy Delevingne, Aisling Franciosi, and Sebastian Roché also joined the cast and that Samantha Colley, T. R. Knight, Seth Gabel, and Johnny Flynn were returning from season one in new roles.[45]

Season 3[edit]

On October 3, 2019, Cynthia Erivo was cast to play Aretha Franklin.[46]

Filming[edit]

Principal photography for season one took place in mid-2016 in Prague.[27] Filming for season two began in November 2017 in Málaga and was expected to take place for over five months in various cities around the world, including Barcelona, Paris, and Budapest.[45][47] Filming for the third season was set to commence in November 2019, for an early-2020 release.[33][46] In March 2020, the production was shelved due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[48] The series resumed production on October 1, 2020.[49]

Music[edit]

Most of Franklin's music in season three was recorded by Erivo. The producers, however, were unable to obtain the rights to use Franklin's biggest songs, "Respect" and "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman".[50]

Reception[edit]

Critical reception[edit]

Season 1[edit]

The first season received mostly positive reviews. On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the series has an approval rating of 83%, based on 29 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads, "Buoyed by a superb performance from Geoffrey Rush, Genius is a compelling origin story of one of history's most renowned scientists."[51] On Metacritic, the season had a score of 65 out of 100, based on 20 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[52]

Science columnist Dennis Overbye of The New York Times described the series as a "tense binge-worthy psychological thriller full of political and romantic melodrama."[53] Overbye further noted that Einstein himself, writing to his sister, wrote, "If everybody lived a life like mine, there would be no need for novels."[53] According to Hillary Busis of Vanity Fair, the film shows, "... Einstein at work ... peers into the über-genius's tumultuous love life (monogamy, he believes, is "not natural") ... his fraught emigration to the United States ...".[54] Busis quotes producer Ron Howard: "When you move past his scientific contributions, Albert's life story—what his youth was like, who his friends were, who his enemies were, his tumultuous love life—is a story people don't know ... I think audiences are going to be riveted as we tell this ambitious and revealing human story behind Einstein's scientific brilliance."[54]

Season 2[edit]

The second season received mixed reviews, but garnered praise for its star, Antonio Banderas. Rotten Tomatoes gave an approval rating of 59%, based on 17 reviews. Its critical consensus reads: "An impressive performance from Antonio Banderas rescues Genius: Picasso from condensed melodrama."[55] On Metacritic, the season had a score of 52 out of 100, based on 10 reviews, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[56]

Season 3[edit]

The third season received mainly positive reviews. Rotten Tomatoes gave an approval rating of 73% based on 26 reviews. The critical consensus reads: "Cynthia Erivo captures the spirit of the singular singer with poise and passion - if only Aretha's writing were as strong as her performance."[57] On Metacritic, the season had a score of 67 out of 100, based on 10 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[58]

Reaction from Franklin's family[edit]

The family of Aretha Franklin did not react too kindly to the season. They claim they were not consulted in any part of the production, despite the crew's insistence that they worked with Franklin's estate.[59]

Accolades[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  1. Season 1, Episode 1: Einstein: Chapter One

    As anti-Semitism reaches a fever pitch in 1930s Germany, famed physicist Albert Einstein (Geoffrey Rush) wrestles with the decision to seek refuge in America with his second wife, Elsa (Emily Watson), or to stay in solidarity with fellow Jewish academics. The struggle evokes memories of his first days as a headstrong student at Zurich Polytechnic when he met the first love of his life, Mileva Maric.

    As anti-Semitism reaches a fever pitch in 1930s Germany, famed physicist Albert Einstein (Geoffrey Rush) wrestles with the decision to seek refuge in America with his second wife, Elsa (Emily Watson), or to stay in solidarity with fellow Jewish academics. The struggle evokes memories of his first days as a headstrong student at Zurich Polytechnic when he met the first love of his life, Mileva Maric.

  2. Season 1, Episode 2: Einstein: Chapter Two

    After butting heads with Mileva Maric (Samantha Colley), the only girl in his class at Zurich Polytechnic, Albert Einstein (Johnny Flynn) falls in love with this determined fellow student. While the passionate affair fans the flames of their mutual curiosity and love of science, their reckless abandon doesn’t go unnoticed by Einstein’s strict physics teacher, Professor Weber.

    After butting heads with Mileva Maric (Samantha Colley), the only girl in his class at Zurich Polytechnic, Albert Einstein (Johnny Flynn) falls in love with this determined fellow student. While the passionate affair fans the flames of their mutual curiosity and love of science, their reckless abandon doesn’t go unnoticed by Einstein’s strict physics teacher, Professor Weber.

  3. Season 1, Episode 3: Einstein: Chapter Three

    Recent university graduate Albert Einstein (Johnny Flynn) struggles to make ends meet while trying to land an academic post in a scientific world rigid with tradition and protocol. After finally securing various tutoring jobs, he moves one step closer to being able to provide for his pregnant wife, Mileva (Samantha Colley), when tragedy strikes.

    Recent university graduate Albert Einstein (Johnny Flynn) struggles to make ends meet while trying to land an academic post in a scientific world rigid with tradition and protocol. After finally securing various tutoring jobs, he moves one step closer to being able to provide for his pregnant wife, Mileva (Samantha Colley), when tragedy strikes.

  4. Season 1, Episode 4: Einstein: Chapter Four

    While working a day job at the Bern patent office, Albert Einstein (Johnny Flynn) burns the candle at both ends supported by his new wife, Mileva (Samantha Colley), fueling four papers, among them the theory of special relativity, in what will historically be considered his “miracle year.” One of the papers catches the attention of notable theoretical physicist Max Planck.

    While working a day job at the Bern patent office, Albert Einstein (Johnny Flynn) burns the candle at both ends supported by his new wife, Mileva (Samantha Colley), fueling four papers, among them the theory of special relativity, in what will historically be considered his “miracle year.” One of the papers catches the attention of notable theoretical physicist Max Planck.

  5. Season 1, Episode 5: Einstein: Chapter Five

    With new teaching duties, Albert Einstein (Johnny Flynn) finally begins to experience the academic life he long coveted as he develops his theory of general relativity. Enjoying his first taste of acclaim among the most renowned scientific minds of Europe, Einstein falters in his familial responsibilities. His only relief comes from a visit to extended family, where he is introduced to his cousin Elsa.

    With new teaching duties, Albert Einstein (Johnny Flynn) finally begins to experience the academic life he long coveted as he develops his theory of general relativity. Enjoying his first taste of acclaim among the most renowned scientific minds of Europe, Einstein falters in his familial responsibilities. His only relief comes from a visit to extended family, where he is introduced to his cousin Elsa.

  6. Season 1, Episode 6: Einstein: Chapter Six

    After moving his family to Berlin for work, and to be closer to his new love Elsa (Emily Watson), Albert Einstein (Johnny Flynn) sets out to prove his theory of general relativity. He enlists the help of an astronomer to photograph a solar eclipse in Russia, but the expedition goes awry. Einstein’s affair becomes less secret, and Elsa forces an ultimatum: divorce Mileva or lose her forever.

    After moving his family to Berlin for work, and to be closer to his new love Elsa (Emily Watson), Albert Einstein (Johnny Flynn) sets out to prove his theory of general relativity. He enlists the help of an astronomer to photograph a solar eclipse in Russia, but the expedition goes awry. Einstein’s affair becomes less secret, and Elsa forces an ultimatum: divorce Mileva or lose her forever.

  7. Season 1, Episode 7: Einstein: Chapter Seven

    Exhausted and worn out, Albert Einstein’s (Geoffrey Rush) attempt to make scientific history is put to the test as he begins to experience health issues. Meanwhile, sweeping patriotism in the wake of the war has corrupted one of his closest friends, Fritz Haber (Richard Topol), pitting them against each other. In the German war effort, Albert is the lone scientist to refuse the call to arms.

    Exhausted and worn out, Albert Einstein’s (Geoffrey Rush) attempt to make scientific history is put to the test as he begins to experience health issues. Meanwhile, sweeping patriotism in the wake of the war has corrupted one of his closest friends, Fritz Haber (Richard Topol), pitting them against each other. In the German war effort, Albert is the lone scientist to refuse the call to arms.

  8. Season 1, Episode 8: Einstein: Chapter Eight

    Attempting to flee to the United States, Albert Einstein (Geoffrey Rush) and his wife Elsa (Emily Watson) find that their visas have been blocked for entry by the U.S. State Department because Einstein’s politics placed him on the radar of FBI director J. Edgar Hoover (T.R. Knight). Just days before his departure, Einstein must convince the U.S. Consul in Germany that he is no threat to the country.

    Attempting to flee to the United States, Albert Einstein (Geoffrey Rush) and his wife Elsa (Emily Watson) find that their visas have been blocked for entry by the U.S. State Department because Einstein’s politics placed him on the radar of FBI director J. Edgar Hoover (T.R. Knight). Just days before his departure, Einstein must convince the U.S. Consul in Germany that he is no threat to the country.

  9. Season 1, Episode 9: Einstein: Chapter Nine

    Albert Einstein (Geoffrey Rush) and Elsa (Emily Watson) settle into America while trying to save those he left behind. Although quantum physics continues to vex him, his focus is diverted by the splitting of the atom in Nazi Germany. When tragedy strikes, Einstein seeks comfort in the arms of a Russian woman whose intentions are unclear.

    Albert Einstein (Geoffrey Rush) and Elsa (Emily Watson) settle into America while trying to save those he left behind. Although quantum physics continues to vex him, his focus is diverted by the splitting of the atom in Nazi Germany. When tragedy strikes, Einstein seeks comfort in the arms of a Russian woman whose intentions are unclear.

  10. Season 1, Episode 10: Einstein: Chapter Ten

    After the atomic bomb is dropped and WWII ends, Albert Einstein (Geoffrey Rush) assumes the role of world citizen in his elder years. Having been linked to nuclear weapons, he drowns in guilt and refocuses his efforts to prevent further wars. Inspiration strikes when a young neighbor asks him for homework help, reminding him of the joy that science once brought.

    After the atomic bomb is dropped and WWII ends, Albert Einstein (Geoffrey Rush) assumes the role of world citizen in his elder years. Having been linked to nuclear weapons, he drowns in guilt and refocuses his efforts to prevent further wars. Inspiration strikes when a young neighbor asks him for homework help, reminding him of the joy that science once brought.

  11. Season 2, Episode 1: Picasso: Chapter One

    Pablo Picasso (Antonio Banderas) struggles to bring attention to the rising threat of fascism in Spain. Meanwhile, Young Pablo (Alex Rich) dreams of becoming a great painter. But first he must find his own voice.

    Pablo Picasso (Antonio Banderas) struggles to bring attention to the rising threat of fascism in Spain. Meanwhile, Young Pablo (Alex Rich) dreams of becoming a great painter. But first he must find his own voice.

  12. Season 2, Episode 2: Picasso: Chapter Two

    WWII rages, but older Picasso (Antonio Banderas) refuses to leave Paris, straining his relationship with photographer Dora Maar (Samantha Colley). Meanwhile, Young Pablo (Alex Rich) finds quick success on his first trip to Paris by imitating the masters, but he struggles to make something truly original.

    WWII rages, but older Picasso (Antonio Banderas) refuses to leave Paris, straining his relationship with photographer Dora Maar (Samantha Colley). Meanwhile, Young Pablo (Alex Rich) finds quick success on his first trip to Paris by imitating the masters, but he struggles to make something truly original.

  13. Season 2, Episode 3: Picasso: Chapter Three

    Pablo (Alex Rich) begins his Blue Period after the suicide of his best friend, and meets his first great love, Fernande Olivier (Aisling Franciosi). Meanwhile, older Picasso (Antonio Banderas) starts an affair with another great love, the young artist Françoise Gilot (Clémence Poésy).

    Pablo (Alex Rich) begins his Blue Period after the suicide of his best friend, and meets his first great love, Fernande Olivier (Aisling Franciosi). Meanwhile, older Picasso (Antonio Banderas) starts an affair with another great love, the young artist Françoise Gilot (Clémence Poésy).

  14. Season 2, Episode 4: Picasso: Chapter Four

    As older Picasso (Antonio Banderas) juggles two love affairs, Young Pablo (Alex Rich) finds inspiration from the legendary poets Apollinaire (Seth Gabel) and Max Jacob (T.R. Knight). He strives to use their ideas to create a masterpiece that will signal his arrival as a great artist.

    As older Picasso (Antonio Banderas) juggles two love affairs, Young Pablo (Alex Rich) finds inspiration from the legendary poets Apollinaire (Seth Gabel) and Max Jacob (T.R. Knight). He strives to use their ideas to create a masterpiece that will signal his arrival as a great artist.

  15. Season 2, Episode 5: Picasso: Chapter Five

    Picasso (Antonio Banderas) goes to great lengths to convince Françoise Gilot (Clémence Poésy) to move in with him. Meanwhile, Young Pablo (Alex Rich) struggles to match the genius of Matisse. He finds dark inspiration from his souring relationship with Fernande Olivier (Aisling Franciosi).

    Picasso (Antonio Banderas) goes to great lengths to convince Françoise Gilot (Clémence Poésy) to move in with him. Meanwhile, Young Pablo (Alex Rich) struggles to match the genius of Matisse. He finds dark inspiration from his souring relationship with Fernande Olivier (Aisling Franciosi).

  16. Season 2, Episode 6: Picasso: Chapter Six

    As older Picasso (Antonio Banderas) takes Françoise Gilot (Clémence Poésy) to the South of France for vacation, Younger Pablo (Alex Rich) gives up his partying ways and invents cubism with Georges Braque (Kerr Logan). But his career is threatened when he is accused of stealing the Mona Lisa.

    As older Picasso (Antonio Banderas) takes Françoise Gilot (Clémence Poésy) to the South of France for vacation, Younger Pablo (Alex Rich) gives up his partying ways and invents cubism with Georges Braque (Kerr Logan). But his career is threatened when he is accused of stealing the Mona Lisa.

  17. Season 2, Episode 7: Picasso: Chapter Seven

    In the wake of WWII, older Picasso (Antonio Banderas) joins the Communist Party and struggles to reconcile his art with his political ideals. Haunted by a doomed love affair from his past, he falters in his responsibilities to Françoise Gilot (Clémence Poésy).

    In the wake of WWII, older Picasso (Antonio Banderas) joins the Communist Party and struggles to reconcile his art with his political ideals. Haunted by a doomed love affair from his past, he falters in his responsibilities to Françoise Gilot (Clémence Poésy).

  18. Season 2, Episode 8: Picasso: Chapter Eight

    Yearning for something new, Pablo (Alex Rich) throws himself into designing a ballet. He meets his first wife, the ballerina Olga Khoklova (Sofia Doniants). Meanwhile, older Picasso (Antonio Banderas) struggles to balance the needs of his family with his desire to remain artistically relevant.

    Yearning for something new, Pablo (Alex Rich) throws himself into designing a ballet. He meets his first wife, the ballerina Olga Khoklova (Sofia Doniants). Meanwhile, older Picasso (Antonio Banderas) struggles to balance the needs of his family with his desire to remain artistically relevant.

  19. Season 2, Episode 9: Picasso: Chapter Nine

    Françoise Gilot (Clémence Poésy) defies Picasso (Antonio Banderas) and pursues her artistic goals, as Younger Picasso finds respite from his strained marriage to Olga (Sofia Doniants) with a new amour fou (mad love). Meanwhile, a young Dora Maar (Samantha Colley) strives to meet Picasso, but he’s not at all what she expects.

    Françoise Gilot (Clémence Poésy) defies Picasso (Antonio Banderas) and pursues her artistic goals, as Younger Picasso finds respite from his strained marriage to Olga (Sofia Doniants) with a new amour fou (mad love). Meanwhile, a young Dora Maar (Samantha Colley) strives to meet Picasso, but he’s not at all what she expects.

  20. Season 2, Episode 10: Picasso: Chapter Ten

    After leaving Picasso, Françoise Gilot (Clémence Poésy) struggles to escape his shadow and make it on her own. Picasso (Antonio Banderas) finds companionship with Jacqueline Roque (Valentina Bellè), but secludes himself from the world, determined to paint the perfect painting.

    After leaving Picasso, Françoise Gilot (Clémence Poésy) struggles to escape his shadow and make it on her own. Picasso (Antonio Banderas) finds companionship with Jacqueline Roque (Valentina Bellè), but secludes himself from the world, determined to paint the perfect painting.

  21. Behind the Scenes with Geoffrey Rush ("Albert Einstein")

    Academy Award winner Geoffrey Rush gives an inside look at playing Albert Einstein.

    Academy Award winner Geoffrey Rush gives an inside look at playing Albert Einstein.

  22. Behind the Scenes: Ron Howard & Brian Grazer

    Ron Howard and Brian Grazer provide a glimpse behind the scenes of National Geographic's global event series, Genius.

    Ron Howard and Brian Grazer provide a glimpse behind the scenes of National Geographic's global event series, Genius.

  23. Bts Interview: Johnny Flynn (Young Einstein)

    Go on the set of Genius with Johnny Flynn and get an inside look at his breakout performance as the younger Albert Einstein.

    Go on the set of Genius with Johnny Flynn and get an inside look at his breakout performance as the younger Albert Einstein.

  24. Bts Interview: Emily Watson (Elsa Einstein)

    Emily Watson ('Elsa Einstein') takes us behind the scenes of Genius, and reveals what it's like to be Geoffrey Rush's work wife.

    Emily Watson ('Elsa Einstein') takes us behind the scenes of Genius, and reveals what it's like to be Geoffrey Rush's work wife.

  25. Bts Featurette: Designing Costumes / Makeup

    Meet costume designer Sonu Mishra and makeup artist Davina Lamont whose work on the set of Genius brings the world of Albert Einstein to life.

    Meet costume designer Sonu Mishra and makeup artist Davina Lamont whose work on the set of Genius brings the world of Albert Einstein to life.

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Genius: Picasso - Trailer - National Geographic

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