After he is shot in 1968, the late artist begins documenting his life and feelings to shed light on the secrets behind his persona.
Andy embraces his role as a portrait painter for the rich and famous. But discontent -- and disco-era hedonism -- tears apart his life with Jed Johnson.
Fantasy propels Andy into the world of modeling and TV -- and a relationship with the closeted Jon Gould -- leading to explorations of drag and identity.
The '80s take off, and graffiti artists inspired by pop art energize New York. Andy forms a close, fruitful friendship with Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Andy edges into the mainstream via "Saturday Night Live" and "The Love Boat" while a collaboration deals a blow to his connection with Jean0Michel.
As HIV/AIDS hits NYC hard, Andy accepts a commission honoring "The Last Supper." The Series takes on a new resonance when he dies soon after the opening.