Where to watch Rome online in Australia

Matt Sayer 11 October 2017

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The fall of an empire has never been so captivating as in this award-winning historical drama series.

You can't discuss historical dramas without mentioning the groundbreaking series Rome. From its original airing on HBO in 2005, this recounting of the rise and fall of the Roman Empire conquered critics across the globe. It won multiple Emmy Awards for its authentic period costuming, spectacular special effects and standout art direction. Perhaps even more impressive is the fact that it achieved such critical acclaim without the pull of high-profile Hollywood talent. It instead featured lesser known actors such as Kevin McKidd, Ray Stevenson and Polly Walker, who proved more than up to the task of conveying all the drama of Roman life during the 1st century.

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For a partly educational but fully exciting viewing experience, here are all the ways to watch Rome online in Australia:

Season One

Released: 2005

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Season Two

Released: 2007

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