This week I started watching Genius on Amazon. It is the story of Albert Einstein. I don't think I'll have to mention who Einstein was.
I am glad I stumbled upon this series in the recommendations. Basically, it seems like it handles the whole life of Albert Einstein.
From his years in Zürich, over his later years in Germany before he escaped into exile from the Nazis.
I am not sure how accurate the plot is, but National Geographic is producing the series and Walter Isaacson seems like stood advisory. So I think it has documentation character.
Since I can only watch through the hotspot on my mobile, I am only at episode three for now. But the series has already a second season and I am really interested to see where it goes.
I think there should be more such series out there, history in school never got me that interested in a person. And since it is a fact that drama sells, why not provide something that's at least somewhat realistic and history "near"?
Chernobyl was the same case. I have written about it a few days (or is it weeks now? I can't remember.) ago.