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  • BTN
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    Saturday 8-11

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    (from ABC’s press release, February 2012) From the creative
    minds of Julian Fellowes, Academy Award (“Gosford Park”), Emmy and Golden Globe
    winner (“Downton Abbey”), and BAFTA-winning producer Nigel Stafford Clark
    (“Bleak House”) comes the highly anticipated ABC Premiere Event, “Titanic,” a
    four-part miniseries that will premiere SATURDAY, APRIL 14 (8:00-11:00 p.m., ET)
    on the ABC Television Network. Parts One-Three will air on April 14, and the
    miniseries will conclude with Part Four on SUNDAY, APRIL 15 (9:00-10:00 p.m.,
    ET), which will actually mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the RMS
    Titanic on April 15, 1912. “Titanic” is an extraordinary re-telling of the
    doomed voyage that cleverly weaves action, mystery and romance over four hours
    and two nights of programming. Shot in Budapest, Hungary, it features both
    fictional and historical characters, ranging from steerage passengers and crew
    to upper class guests and staff, who all come together in an explosive and
    unforgettable finale. Each hour follows similar events from different points of
    view, culminating in a cliff-hanger, as the ship begins to founder, and building
    to an explosive conclusion in the final hour that draws together all the
    stories. Viewers will be taken on a heart-wrenching journey through Titanic’s
    last moments, as it’s revealed who among the characters they’ve come to know so
    well will survive, and who will not.
    PRINCIPAL CAST INFORMATION:
    · Antonio Magro as Mario
    Sandrini
    · Brian
    McCardie
    as First Officer Murdoch
    · Celia Imrie as Grace
    Rushton
    · David
    Calder
    as Captain Smith
    · David Eisner as Benjamin
    Guggenheim
    · Diana
    Kent
    as Eleanor Widener
    · Dragos Bucur as Peter
    Lubov
    · Georgia
    McCutcheon
    as Theresa Maloney
    · Geraldine
    Somerville
    as Louisa, Countess of Manton
    · Glen Blackhall as Paolo
    Sandrini
    · James
    Wilby
    as Bruce Ismay
    · Jenna-Louise
    Coleman
    as Annie Desmond
    · Josephine de la
    Baume
    as Madame Aubart
    · Lee Ross as Barnes
    · Linda Kash as Margaret
    “Molly” Brown
    · Linus
    Roache
    as Earl of Manton
    · Lyndsey Marshal as
    Watson
    · Maria
    Doyle Kennedy
    as Muriel Batley
    · Mark Lewis Jones as
    David Evans
    · Noah
    Reid
    as Harry Widener
    · Perdita Weeks as Lady
    Georgiana Grex
    · Peter McDonald as Jim
    McDonald
    · Ruth
    Bradley
    as Mary Maloney
    · Simon Paisley Day as
    Sir Cosmo Duff Gordon
    · Sophie Winkleman as
    Dorothy Gibson
    · Stephen Campbell
    Moore
    as Thomas Andrews
    · Steven Wadding as
    Second Officer Lightoller
    · Sylvestra Le
    Touzel
    as Lady Duff Gordon
    · Toby Jones as John
    Batley

        

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    BTN
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    4.109 million viewers for first 3 episodes

      

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    FrozenBarbie
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    I didn’t think it was very good…  but I may watch the conclusion at some point. Maybe later this week, if I’m bored.  Too many other good shows on Sunday night to watch this in real time, that’s for sure.

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    Scottferguson
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    The way ABC buried this (3 hours on a Saturday night) shows they had zero faith in it.

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    Morgan Henard
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    Miniseries like this is why TV Movie and Miniseries were combined into one category. Though I disagree with the combining (no way a TV movie can beat a legit Miniseries), it’s crap like this miniseries that show how filler some of the nominees were when the categories were split. This year the battle is between American Horror Story versus Game Change

    -Morgan 

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    sorcery
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    Both American Horror Story and Game Change are lucky that HBO isn’t airing Parade’s End within the eligibility period. It would have been a lock to win.

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    FrozenBarbie
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    It still bugs the hell out of me that AHS is now considered a mini-series.

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    BTN
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    It wasn’t that good and the whole Titanic: Class War was overdone. It had some compelling moments of drama. It would be hard to not to be a little compelling.

    9:00PM – Titanic (2012)
    HH: 2.7/4, Viewers: 4.313 million, A18-49: 0.9/2

    9:30PM – Titanic (2012)
    HH: 2.6/4, Viewers: 4.025 million, A18-49: 0.9/2

      

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