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Titanic is a four part serial created by BAFTA-winning producer Nigel Stafford-Clark and written by Oscar and Emmy winner Julian Fellowes to mark the hundredth anniversary of the world's most famous maritime disaster in April 1912. It sets out to tell the story not just of a single ship, but of an entire society one that was heading towards its own nemesis in the shape of the First World War as carelessly as Titanic towards the iceberg. All human life is on Titanic as she sets out on her maiden voyage. The upper-class family with their suffragette daughter and their warring servant, the wealthy elite of American society, the Irish lawyer in Second Class with his embittered wife, the young cabin steward and the impetuous Italian waiter who falls for her, the Catholic engineer fleeing Belfast with his wife and family to escape the sectarian conflict, the mysterious stranger in Steerage fleeing who knows what. And then there are the officers and crew.

Customer Reviews

If you don't like this TV show...

….then you're not paying attention. It's quite simply the best telling of the Titanic story so far. It also won't make sense until all four parts are available. Watch the 'Behind the Production' episode and you'll see what I mean. I have thoroughly enjoyed the series so far. It might well have echoes of 'Downton Abbey At Sea', as one reviewer put it, but if that's the case then it's because it takes place within the same time-frame and the writer is one and the same person. What were you expecting? Ridley Scott? Quentin Tarantino? Alfred Hitchcock?

I love the attention to detail, and I really feel like we're finally seeing the inside of the mighty Titanic. All freshly painted and ready for the many years ahead.

This is a great story, well told. Really, if you think this is dull then you're on the wrong channel.

Titanic 4 part series

This is a brilliant multi-perspective view of what may have happened on this 'unsinkable' ship. Had me hooked from the first 5 minutes.

Titanic ITV

Brilliant!!! So cleverly done. Each episode viewed from a different character's viewpoint !!!

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  • HD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: 25 March 2012

Customer Ratings