Rome (TV Series)
- Original title
Rome (TV Series)
- Running time
- 52 min.
- United States
John Milius (Creator), William J. MacDonald (Creator), Bruno Heller (Creator), Michael Apted, Allen Coulter, Julian Farino, Jeremy Podeswa, Alan Poul, Mikael Salomon, Steve Shill, Alan Taylor, Timothy Van Patten, Carl Franklin
Bruno Heller, William J. MacDonald, John Milius, Scott Buck, Todd Ellis Kessler, Mere Smith, Alexandra Cunningham, David Frankel, Adrian Hodges, Eoghan Mahony
Marco Pontecorvo, Alik Sakharov, Martin Kenzie, Jonathan Freeman
Kevin McKidd, Ray Stevenson, Polly Walker, James Purefoy, Ciarán Hinds, Kenneth Cranham, Tobias Menzies, Lindsay Duncan, Indira Varma, Max Pirkis, Kerry Condon, Rick Warden, Karl Johnson, David Bamber, Lee Boardman, Simon Woods, Ian McNeice, Maxim Baldry, Lyndsey Marshall, Zuleikha Robinson
Co-production United States-United Kingdom-Italy; BBC, HBO
TV Series. Drama. Mystery | Historical. Roman Empire. Slavery
- Synopsis / Plot
- TV Series (2005-2007). 2 Seasons. 22 Episodes. The year is 52 B.C. Four hundred years after the founding of the Republic, Rome is the wealthiest city in the world, a cosmopolitan metropolis of one million people, epicenter of a sprawling empire. The Republic was founded on principles of shared power and fierce personal competition, never allowing one man to seize absolute control. But now, those foundations are crumbling, eaten away by corruption and excess. The ruling class has become extravagantly wealthy, with a precipitous decline in the old values of Spartan discipline and social unity. There is now a great chasm between the classes. Legal and political systems have weakened, and power has increasingly shifted to the military.
After eight years of war, Gaius Julius Caesar has completed his masterful conquest of Gaul, and is returning to Rome. He brings with him legions of battle-hardened, loyal men, unimaginable riches in slaves, gold and plunder, and a populist agenda for radical social change. The aristocracy is terrified, and threatens to prosecute him for war crimes if he enters Rome. The delicate balance of power lies in the Senate with Caesar's old friend, partner and mentor, Pompey Magnus.
Such is the situation when two soldiers of Caesar's 13th Legion, Lucius Vorenus and Titus Pullo, are ordered into the wilds of Gaul to retrieve their legion's stolen standard, the unifying symbol of Caesar's legion, setting off a chain of circumstances that will entwine them in pivotal events of ancient Rome.
: Primetime Emmys Awards: 3 technical awards, 7 nominations
: Primetime Emmys Awards: 4 technical awards. 8 nominations
: 3 Nominations BAFTA TV: Drama Series, Make Up & Hair Design, Visual Effects
: 3 Nominations BAFTA TV: Titles, Product Design, Visual Effects
: BAFTA TV Awards: Nominated for Best TV Production Design
: Golden Globes: Nominated Best TV Series (Drama) & Actress (Walker)
: Nominated for Critics' Choice Awards: Best Picture made for Television (For episode "The Stolen Eagle (#1.1)")
: Directors Guild of America (DGA): Best Director in Drama Series
: Writers Guild of America (WGA): Nominated for Best Screenplay New Series
: Screen Actors Guild (SAG): Nominated Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series
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