From what I have heard, this sounds more like a work of fiction than anything to do with history.
I did not notice that Jim! As it is called "Titanic-Blood & Steel" I guess that the original writter did a mistake.Hellooooooo! Is that Steel? or Steal?
Yeah, and they turned Andrews as an arrogant prick.Lord Pirrie
I find it surprising that Lord Pirrie (brilliantly played by actor Derek Jacobi) is portrayed as a sympathetic character. My understanding is that Lord Pirrie was a robber-baron (for lack of a better phrase), who forced Belfast taxpayers to pay for the construction of Harland & Wolff's new drydock where Titanic was assembled.
I suspect that the producers of this TV series will continue their Titanic saga because the money is in the reruns. The sinking is the climax and it would be very dramatic to see a jury trial for marine homicide in a fictionalized aftermath.