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Rome is an American-British-Italian historical drama television series created by Bruno Heller, John Milius, and William J. MacDonald. The show's first season originally aired on HBO in the United States between August 28 and November 20, 2005, subsequently being broadcast on the United Kingdom's BBC Two between November 2, 2005, and January 4, 2006, and on Rai Due in Italy between March 17, 2006, and April 28, 2006. The second season aired on HBO in the U.S. from January 14, 2007, to March 25, 2007.

The story of Rome depicts the period of history surrounding the violent transformation of the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire; a change driven by civil warfare between radical populares and conservative optimates, the decay of political institutions, and the actions of ambitious men and women. The series follows the two main characters Lucius Vorenus and Titus Pullo from Caesar's invasion of Gaul to the death of Mark Antony and the rise of the first Emperor Augustus.

The series was a ratings success for HBO and the BBC. The show received much media attention from the start, and Rome was honored with numerous awards and nominations in its two-season run. Co-creator Heller stated in December 2008 that a Rome movie is in development. The series was filmed in various locations, but most notably in the Cinecittà studios in Italy.



the 10 first minutes of the first epiode

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yes but it's a very special TV show... they couldn't make 10 seasons...

the decors and the clothes are fabulous Whoua i think the story is really great and follows the history even if the writer changed many things...

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