|IRELAND, ITALY, FRANCE, CANADA, UK, SPAIN, GERMANY||2012||55||History . Drama|
The accident has created a terrible workload. Tensions between classes escalate. Pirrie and Michael finally manage to come to an understanding that appease the workers, but not magnate Charles Stokes. Unfortunately, Conor MacCann, Emily's younger brother, is driven towards more extremist acts after he gets fired. The Fenian movement, a Catholic terrorist group, takes Conor in. Mark suggests building a double hull for the Titanic. But Pirrie is unimpressed. It would mean wasting too much time. To try and forget his many concerns, Mark manages to take Sofia away for a romantic weekend. It is a time when love flourishes, giving both of them the illusion that everything will be fine. Henry Carlton has discovered Mark's real identity. Carlton is furious that his daughter, Kitty, has been in a relationship with a Catholic impostor. Kitty is disowned and she decides to leave Belfast. As soon as Mark comes back he is summoned and fired.
|Episode Title:||The Imposter|
|Airs:||2012-06-17 at 09:00 pm|
That producers opt to tell a different Titanic story is admirable in light of so many filmed versions of the story that already exist, including a four-hour miniseries that aired on ABC earlier this year. But the decision not to reveal the fates of the miniseries' fictional characters may feel like a cheat to anyone who invests 12 hours in this program.Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Full Review
Though it is flat and obvious at times, and some might call it ill-paced--I think of it as leisurely--it is only a little sanctimonious and not at all stuffed.Los Angeles Times Full Review
A tediously boring story.Entertainment Weekly Full Review
Hard-core lovers of historical drama who've made no other TV appointments this fall might find the time.Philadelphia Daily News Full Review