How It Really Happened, April 28, 2024, CNN, “Titanic: A Clear and Starry Night”

How It Really Happened

The CNN Original Series How It Really Happened returns with a new two part instalment, “Titanic: A Clear and Starry Night,” on Sunday, April 28, 2024, at 9.00 pm ET/PT. Hosted by Jesse L. Martin, the episode examines the tragic sinking of the Titanic in 1912 and looks at a more recent underwater expedition to the wreck site, which also resulted in loss of life.

The episode weaves together the narratives of the 1912 shipwreck and the modern-day underwater voyage, featuring interviews with Titanic historians, wreck analysts, descendants of Titanic passengers, and writer and producer Julian Fellowes. It explores how recent scientific and technological advancements have revealed new secrets about the ship, challenging previous assumptions and shedding light on its mysteries and myths.

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“Titanic: A Clear and Starry Night” highlights the hostile environment of the Titanic’s underwater ruins, where fewer than 50 people have ventured. Diving to the Titanic is akin to preparing for space travel, and even more than a century later, the wreck continues to claim lives. The episode provides insights into the treacherous conditions faced by those who dare to explore the remains of this ill-fated ship.

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How It Really Happened is a long-running series that delves into notorious crimes, mysteries, trials, and celebrity tragedies, utilising extensive interviews and archival footage. The series regularly airs on Sundays at 9.00 pm ET/PT on CNN and is available for streaming on-demand.

Don’t miss How It Really Happened: Titanic: A Clear and Starry Night on CNN at 9.00 pm on Sunday, April 28, 2024.

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