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A new eight-episode biopic on National Geographic delves into the life of Aretha Franklin, who’s known for hits like “Respect,” “You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman,” and “Think.”

‘Genius: Aretha’: How a little girl became the queen of soul, as told in new National Geographic series

A new eight-episode biopic on National Geographic delves into the life of Aretha Franklin, who’s known for hits like “Respect,” “You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman,” and “Think.”

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