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She’s pushing back author Mary Shelley. National Geographic said last year that the "Frankenstein" author would be its third "Genius," but said Sunday that Shelley will be used for a later season.

National Geographic said last year that the “Frankenstein” author would be its third “Genius,” but said Sunday Shelley will be used for a later season. Albert Einstein and Pablo. who was fired last.

(National Geographic Channel Photo) Don’t expect to hear a lot about relativity in the final chapter of Albert Einstein’s life. More than 60 years later after his death in 1955, physicists are.

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Grazer’s new series for National Geographic, “Genius,” aims to humanize Albert Einstein by focusing not just on his scientific breakthroughs but on his personal life as well. Grazer joined “CBS This.

Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush (The Kings Speech) is set to star as Albert Einstein in Genius, National Geographic Channel’s upcoming anthology series from Fox 21 TV Studios and Imagine Television. Also.

Neil deGrasse Tyson, filmmaker Ron Howard, astrophysicist Janna Levin, and comic co-host Harrison Greenbaum celebrate and explore the life of Albert Einstein.

Genius, the National Geographic series centering on Albert Einstein, finished up its first season last. So you might be wondering if the Geoffrey Rush-starring show is coming back for a second season.

Things had been on silent on that front for a while but according to TheWrap, there’s finally a new update: "Bad Genius".

This story appears in the May 2017 issue of National Geographic magazine. Who is a genius? This question has fascinated humankind for centuries—and it bedeviled us in putting together the cover story.

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National Geographic said last year that the "Frankenstein" author would be its third "Genius," but said Sunday Shelley will be used for a later season. Albert Einstein and Pablo. who was fired last.

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Geoffrey Rush is looking awfully smart these days, isn’t he? The Oscar-winning actor is playing legendary physicist Albert Einstein in the upcoming National Geographic Channel series Genius, and the.

Geoffrey Rush is looking awfully smart these days, isn’t he? The Oscar-winning actor is playing legendary physicist Albert Einstein in the upcoming National Geographic Channel series Genius, and the.

But, back to that young portrayal: I can’t be the only one watching the Genius trailers and thinking "Who’s that handsome young scientist?" So, who plays young Einstein on Genius? Two men bring.

Albert Einstein was the man of the hour at the premiere of National Geographic’s first-ever scripted series, “Genius,” at New York City’s Tribeca Performing Arts Center on Thursday night. The 10-part.

Geoffrey Rush is set to play Albert Einstein in National Geographic Channel’s first scripted series, Genius. The 10-episode anthology series will follow how Einstein — who couldn’t get a teaching job.

National Geographic said last year that the "Frankenstein" author would be its third "Genius," but said Sunday Shelley will be used for a later season. Albert Einstein and Pablo. who was fired last.

The long-awaited Albert Einstein series Genius will finally debut tonight on National Geographic. The 10-episode series, featuring Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush as Einstein, debuts on Tuesday, April 25.