New tonight: Titanic, King, Dragons’ Den, Republic of Doyle, Our Lady

Titanic, Global – Part 1 of 4

Titanic is the extraordinary re-telling of the doomed voyage that cleverly weaves action, mystery and romantic plots featuring fictional and historical characters from different classes, cultures and religions. Each episode follows one set of characters from the beginning of the voyage to its tragic end. Written by Julian Fellowes (Downton Abbey), starring Linus Roache (Law & Order), Geraldine Somerville (The Harry Potter films), Canadians Noah Reid (Score: The Hockey Musical), Linda Kash (Cinderella Man) and David Eisner (Flashpoint).

King, Showcase – “Charlene Francis”
Detective Sergeant Pete Rivers (Jess’ ex-husband) is on the verge of wrapping up a major investigation into drug dealing and gun smuggling when heís carjacked – losing not just his vehicle but also his police issue laptop. The computer contains sensitive intelligence, including the real identity of an Undercover Officer who has managed to infiltrate the ruthless drug dealerís crew. King’s assignment? Find the laptop before it falls into the wrong hands, make sure the illegal guns never end up on the streets, and figure out whether her ex-husband’s character flaws (the same ones that ended their marriage) have put the project – and the Undercover Officer – in danger.

Dragons’ Den, CBC
The Dragons find out what’s smart in branded phone casings; a water dispenser soaks up some offers; and a home improvement invention impresses. Plus a hangover cure gets a shot at a deal.

Republic of Doyle, CBC – “Live Wire”
When Des’s dad is kidnapped after being released from jail, the Doyles must band together and save Jody Redmond before it’s too late; Mal is distracted when he gets bad news about his old partner; Kathleen angers Tinny when she chooses an issue from the past over a case from the present.

Our Lady, VisionTV
Our Lady is a one hour documentary that chronicles the life and significance of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and her apparitions and appearances on earth. Since 1981, Mary has been appearing in one of the most visited religious sites on the planet: Medjugorje, Bosnia. The film follows a pilgrimage led by New Brunswick native Marie Desjardins as she and a dozen others journey to Medjugorje for the 30th anniversary of these spiritual events. Our Lady is created, written, and directed by Michael MacDonald and produced by Edward Peill of Halifax-based Tell Tale Productions Inc.