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Titanic TV: ABC's Miniseries, James Cameron and 'Dancing With the Stars' Len Goodman

Titanic’s Final Mystery, Thursday at 8 p.m., Smithsonian
With 20 years of research, new findings and eyewitness testimony to back him up, Tim Maltin answers the questions behind the legendary sinking and addresses the myths surrounding the ship’s demise.

Titanic: The Final Word With James Cameron, Sunday at 8 p.m., National Geographic
Nat Geo’s explorer-in-residence, Cameron goes beyond his dramatized film with more than 30 dives to the sunken ship under his belt. Along with engineers, naval architects, artists and historians, he’ll reveal how much more he has found out since his 1997 hit film.

Q&A: 'Downton Abbey' Creator Julian Fellowes Discusses Why International Buyers Love 'Titanic' Mini

Save the Titanic With Bob Ballard, Monday at 10 p.m., National Geographic
As a member of the team that first discovered the ship in 1985, Bob Ballard traces it back to its origins at a Northern Ireland shipyard and back through to the present with a new question to answer: With natural forces, careless visitors and even rogue salvage operators, will the ship survive another 100 years?

CBS This Morning, Thursday, April 12 7-9 a.m., CBS
The morning show will run a Titanic piece and interview with Cameron.

Titanic At 100: Mystery Solved, Sunday, April 15 at 8 p.m., History
All the other productions must not have gotten the memo. This documentary’s team of scientists, engineers, archaeologists and imaging experts have solved the mystery of the ship’s sinking. In partnership with RMS Titanic, which is in possession of the salvage site, its team claims to have made the most exhaustive study of the wreck ever made. What’s especially cool about this program is that it has image mapped the entire site with techniques used by NASA.

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