Rome Episodes

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Rome Season 1 episodes

Kalends of February Season 1, Episode 12

Servilia orchestrates a diversion to facilitate a plot in the Senate; Vorenus avoids Caesar's punishment for rescuing Pullo in the arena; Atia is puzzled by an invitation to Servilia's home; and Pullo seeks forgiveness for his misdeeds. Brutus: Tobias Menzies. Niobe: Indira Varma. Cicero: David Bamber. read more

The Spoils Season 1, Episode 11

Pullo's latest job has dire consequences; a former comrade approaches Vorenus about veterans' benefits; Brutus reexamines his relationship with Caesar; Antony tries to rekindle his romance with Atia. Mascius: Michael Nardone. Cassius: Guy Henry. Timon: Lee Boardman. read more

Triumph Season 1, Episode 10

A triumphant Caesar announces a celebration in his honor; Vorenus uses Posca's help to run for public office; Pullo envisions a different life after rising from the ranks of the enlisted; Servilia's latest houseguest troubles Brutus. Eirene: Chiara Mastalli. Posca: Nicholas Woodeson. Quintus: Rick Warden. read more

Utica Season 1, Episode 9

Caesar returns a hero following the defeat of Scipio and Cato. Elsewhere, Caesar pardons Vorenus and Pullo for their showdown with the thuggish Erastes; and Servilia plots to uncover a secret about Caesar by exploiting Octavia. Ciaran Hinds, Kevin McKidd, Lindsay Duncan. read more

Caesarion Season 1, Episode 8

Caesar chases Pompey all the way to Egypt, and meets the young ruler Ptolemy XIII in Alexandria; Vorenus and Pullo rescue Ptolemy's sister Cleopatra from captivity. Ptolemy: Scott Chisholm. Cleopatra: Lyndsey Marshal. read more

Pharsalus Season 1, Episode 7

Pompey gambles by going on the offensive and engaging an outnumbered Caesar in Greece; rough waters strand Vorenus and Pullo in the Adriatic Sea; and Atia sends her daughter on another errand to Servilia's. Servilia: Lindsay Duncan. read more

Egeria Season 1, Episode 6

Now outnumbered by Pompey's legions, Caesar asks Antony to join him in Greece; a reluctant Octavian is urged by his mother to complete another rite of passage; Vorenus and Niobe try to rekindle their passion; Pullo passes on a rumor to Lyde about Evander; Atia sends a gift to Servilia. Posca: Nicholas Woodeson. Octavian: Max Pirkis. Octavia: Kerry Condon. read more

The Ram Has Touched the Wall Season 1, Episode 5

Financial woes compel Vorenus to take drastic action in his choice of careers; Pullo is hired to tutor Octavian but also seeks the clever lad's advice; Antony urges Caesar to go after Pompey; Atia conspires to drive a wedge between Servilia and her uncle. Servilia: Lindsay Duncan. Octavian: Max Pirkis. Directed by Allen Coulter (“The Sopranos”). read more

Stealing from Saturn Season 1, Episode 4

After taking control of Rome, Caesar is the honored guest at a party given by Atia; a mission by Pompey's son to retrieve stolen gold goes awry; Vorenus celebrates his new career as a businessman. Quintus: Rick Warden. Servilia: Lindsay Duncan. Niobe: Indira Varma. read more

An Owl in a Thornbush Season 1, Episode 3

Caesar's rapid advance on Rome prompts Pompey to order a tactical retreat, which compels citizens to choose sides; Atia sends Timon to do her dirty work; Vorenus is puzzled by the lack of resistance on a scouting mission. Timon: Lee Boardman. Servilia: Lindsay Duncan. Brutus: Tobias Menzies. read more

How Titus Pullo Brought Down the Republic Season 1, Episode 2

Lucius Vorenus's sudden return after eight years at war sparks an uncomfortable homecoming; Mark Antony joins the Senate as tribune of the people; Titus Pullo's night of debauchery spells trouble for the future of the Republic; Caesar mobilizes his legion for the long trip back to Rome. Niobe: Indira Varma. Cicero: David Bamber. Octavian: Max Pirkis. read more

The Stolen Eagle Season 1, Episode 1

In 52 B.C., Julius Caesar conquers Gaul; two soldiers distinguish themselves on an important mission; Pompey Magnus conspires with the Senate against his old friend Caesar; Caesar's scheming niece, Atia, tries to stay on her uncle's good side. Caesar: Ciaran Hinds. Vorenus: Kevin McKidd. Pullo: Ray Stevenson. Atia: Polly Walker. Brutus: Tobias Menzies. read more

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Premiered: August 28, 2005, on HBO
Rating: TV-MA
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Premise: The Roman Empire's rise gets a royal treatment in this sprawling drama, which begins in 52 B.C., when Julius Caesar finally conquers Gaul, after years of war. Back in Rome, however, the Senate seeks to undermine Caesar's power, setting the stage for inevitable civil war. The HBO-BBC co-production took more than a year to make on acres of sets at Italy's legendary Cinecitta studios.

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