Roman Empire Master Of Rome Review – Rome Video

published: 2018-08-04 00:23:04

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Roman Empire is an American/Canadian docuseries based on historical events of the Roman Empire. The series comprises two miniseries. #Netflix #Rome

Season One: “Reign of Blood” is a six-part story of Commodus. Jeremiah Murphy and Peter Sherman collaborated on writing the miniseries, with Richard Lopez directing. It premiered on Netflix on November 11, 2016.
Season Two: “Master of Rome” is a five-part story of the rise of Julius Caesar and the fall of the Roman Republic. It premiered on July 27, 2018. The series was produced by Netflix as a “Netflix Original” series.

“Master of Rome”

Sean Bean as Narrator
Ditch Davey as Julius Caesar
Tim Carlsen as Mark Antony
Natalie Medlock as Servilia
Ben Black as Brutus
Stephen Lovatt as Pompey
Wesley Dowdell as Crassus
Andrew Robertt as Cato
Taylor Hall as Young Caesar
Jessica Green as Cleopatra
Phoenix Connelly as Julia

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4 Comments - Write a Comment

  1. Thanks for this review. I didn't even know about this show! I'll check it out. I love the Roman period. You really do need to watch the HBO series. It's incredible.

  2. Great review I hope there is going to be a season 3

  3. Other thing, Julio Cesar never fought against Spartaco. He was a lawer in that time, not a soldier!!

  4. I love watching well made docu-films pertaining to ancient Rome and having watched the first part of this new series I can state two important aspects of the series.
    1) The acting and atmosphere is excellent and thoroughly enjoyable
    2) The historical facts are ridiculous at times – the true history has in parts been changed to such extent as
    to be totally unrecognizable to any student of Roman history.
    I will not offer any spoilers here but the history has been altered to suit the story, the story only very loosely follows the historical facts. The series is enjoyable, but history it is definitely not.


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