Cosmos I & II

United States (1980 & 2014), 🕒 60 min

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Did you know

Sagan says “billions” with a strong “B” many times on this show, but he never utters the phrase “Billions and billions.” That came from an affectionate parody of Sagan done by Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show. Word of God has it that he found it annoying at first, but got over it. And the whole reason he said “billions” with a strong “B” was to emphasize that it wasn’t millions, but three whole orders of magnitude greater.

Did you know

Neil DeGrasse Tyson once described his high school persona as “a nerd who could kick your butt.” That muscular physique — plus his charisma and good looks — caused People magazine to name him Sexiest Astrophysicist Alive (perhaps the only astrophysicist to win that distinction).

Did you know

The series featured the most extensive use of special effects ever conducted for a documentary. In one notable episode, special effects were used to make it seem as if host Sagan was walking through a model recreation of the Library of Alexandria.

PLOT

An exploration of our discovery of the laws of nature and coordinates in space and time.

CAST

Carl Sagan

Host

Neil deGrasse Tyson

Host

Cosmos

Universe

Black Hole

Region of Spacetime

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