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Nat Geo premieres GENIUS, their first-ever scripted series, which is executive produced by Brian Grazer and Ron Howard. GENIUS is not the Einstein story that you think you know. Well before the theory of relativity, Albert Einstein was a brazen young man distracted by love, family and a strong desire not to conform. This is the story of the man behind the mind.

READ Q&A INTERIVEWS WITH 'GENIUS' STARS GEOFFREY RUSH, JOHNNY FLYNN & EMILY WATSON AND EP RON HOWARD, PLUS PHOTOS, OVERVIEW AND MORE...

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Today in TV History: April 28

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  • 1995:  First broadcast by KPTB-TV (channel 16; Lubbock, TX).
  • 1960:  First broadcast by WIPM-TV (channel 3; Mayaguez, PR).
  • 1959:  First broadcast by KPLR-TV (channel 11; St. Louis, MO).
  • 1959:  First broadcast by KBSL-TV (channel 10; Goodland, KS).
  • 1955:  First broadcast by WBIQ-TV (channel 10; Birmingham, AL).
  • 1955:  First time Joe Friday fails to get his man. Dragnet

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