There are children who seem to be gifted in ways that most observers find remarkable. Periodically, news stories report elementary school aged young scholars who earn college degrees, even masters doctorates. They are called child protégés, wunderkinds, brainiacs, and geniuses. How can these kids absorb so much information at such an accelerated rate? How can they solve complex puzzles effortlessly and demonstrate so much more intellectual capacity than other children their age and even more than many adults? Are these children the vanguard of a new generation of intelligent human beings? Or are they the product of genetic coincidence? Some children demonstrate advanced artistic talent. Other children perform at athletic skill levels far beyond their years. This television program looks at today’s super kids and analyzes their enormous talent and how society can help them to be well-rounded individuals, not just exceptional children.