16 of the Best Miniseries for Those With Short Attention Spans
Miniseries are the perfect medium for telling historical stories. Movies can be too short to tell a well-rounded picture, but full TV shows can give too much space to tell a story that, in real-life, ends. John Adams chronicles Adams’s (Paul Giamatti) political career and hand in founding the United States. The series is split into seven parts, with each one covering anywhere from four to 23 years of the man’s life. We’ll be real here, paying attention in history class while learning about Presidents can be boring. But watching perfectly crafted miniseries about them? That’s the way I want to learn everything.