The WORST Episodes of Biography
Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!
Last Updated: Sep 16, 2021
The life stories of various historical figures and celebrities are told.
#1 - Angela Lansbury: A Balancing Act
Season 1998 - Episode 2 - Aired Sep 13, 1998
#2 - John Ritter: In Good Company
Season 2002 - Episode 37 - Aired Oct 30, 2002
#3 - Ben Vereen: The Hard Way
Season 2000 - Episode 6 - Aired Oct 10, 2000
#4 - Leonardo DiCaprio
Season 2010 - Episode 7 - Aired Feb 26, 2010
#5 - Ernie Kovacs: Please Stand By
Season 1998 - Episode 10 - Aired Jun 23, 1998
#6 - Saturday Night Live
Season 2002 - Episode 2 - Aired Apr 22, 2002
#7 - Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis: In A Class Of Her Own
Season 1995 - Episode 1 - Aired Jan 1, 1995
As First Lady, she won the hearts of the American people with her beauty, style, and grace. As a young widow, she became the object of the nation's fascination. In this intimate account, Biography explores Jackie's life from that terrible day in Dallas until the time of her own death in 1994. Here is the story of this enigmatic woman and inspirational icon who, despite unwavering calls for privacy throughout her life, was forever destined to live in the blinding glare of the media spotlight.
#8 - Princess Diana
Season 2001 - Episode 4 - Aired Jul 10, 2001
#9 - Martin Lawrence: Comic Trip
Season 2002 - Episode 4 - Aired Aug 6, 2002
#10 - Dwight D. Eisenhower: Supreme Commander-in-Chief
Season 2004 - Episode 11 - Aired Jun 6, 2004
#11 - Carolyn Jones: Morticia and More
Season 2002 - Episode 5 - Aired May 9, 2002
#12 - Kim Fields: A Little Somethin' Somethin'
Season 2001 - Episode 5 - Aired Oct 10, 2001
#13 - Huey Long: The Kingfish
Season 1995 - Episode 18 - Aired Apr 13, 1995
#14 - Seeing Double
Season 1997 - Episode 5 - Aired Dec 10, 1997
#15 - Vincent Price: The Versatile Villain
Season 1997 - Episode 6 - Aired Oct 12, 1997
Horror legend Vincent Price is profiled.
#16 - Marilyn Monroe: The Mortal Goddess
Season 1994 - Episode 30 - Aired Oct 17, 1994
An account of the life and career of Marilyn Monroe, one of Hollywood's most famous and glamorous movie stars. Her sad and difficult childhood is recounted, including her mother's breakdown and her life with unsympathetic foster parents. After being "discovered" by Hollywood, Monroe endured many insecurities and problems that came along with a world that called her a "goddess", but saw her as a sex object. Although her movie roles reveal a sense of humor, warmth, and talent, her life continued-with three failed marriages, addiction to drugs and alcohol, and a tragic, controversial death. Interviews with actress Sheree North, Gloria Steinem, Donald Spoto and Monroe's first husband offer information and reflections.