Marking the hundredth anniversary of the world's most famous maritime disaster, TITANIC is an epic, four-part miniseries event from Oscar, Golden Globe and Emmy-winning writer Julian Fellowes (Gosford Park, Downton Abbey).
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Mrs. Widener's party is in high spirits, while below decks Paolo makes a meaningful introduction, and the Maloneys dream of their new life in America.
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Life on board is comfortable for the wealthy passengers in First Class, but everything changes after the "unsinkable" Titanic encounters an iceberg.
Political tensions in Belfast interfere with the construction of Titanic, but chairman Bruce Ismay is dismissive of designer Thomas Andrews' concerns.
Watson is seen loitering in steerage, and Barnes is shocked to discover the reasons why, while Paolo startles Annie with an impulsive gesture.
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Episode two opens with political tensions in Belfast interfering with the construction of new liner Titanic, but White Star Line chairman Bruce Ismay is dismissive of designer Thomas Andrews' concerns.
Life on board is comfortable for the wealthy British and American passengers in First Class, but everything changes after the ship encounters an iceberg and the realization dawns that the unsinkable Titanic is going down.
The squabbling Mantons' maid, Watson, is seen inexplicably loitering in steerage, and Barnes is shocked to discover the reasons why, while Paolo startles kindly steward Annie with an impulsive gesture.
Mark's discovery puts him in conflict with Chief Designer Thomas Andrews, as social tensions rise in the city and shipyard. Sofia rejects her father's apprentice, Andrea Valle, while Mark encounters his own father in the cemetery.
Into the Hartland & Wolff shipyard of Belfast - a city split along class and religious lines - steps metallurgist Dr. Mark Muir, to work on the biggest ship the world has ever seen: RMS Titanic.
While Mark's work brings him closer to Sofia, her father encourages Andrea to fight for her love. The army disrupts a march, and soldiers kill an unarmed Walter Hill. Mark rescues Sofia from the chaos.