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Critics Consensus: Rome builds slowly, but a laborious start delivers rich rewards in the form of decadent sets, delicious drama and a surprising amount of intimacy. A series gets an Average Tomatometer when at least 50 percent of its seasons have a score.When did the TV show Rome come out?
Rome (TV series) Jump to navigation Jump to search. Rome is a British-American-Italian historical drama television series created by John Milius, William J. MacDonald, and Bruno Heller. The show's two seasons were broadcast on HBO, BBC Two, and Rai 2 between 2005 and 2007. They were later released on DVD and Blu-ray.What are the reviews for Netflix’s Rome?
Rome has garnered mostly positive reviews. Sean Woods from Rolling Stone called the series "masterful" and "epic", and gave the series 3.5 out of 4. Alessandra Stanley from The New York Times said: "But behind all that gritty squalor the glory that was Rome gets lost", while reviewing season 2.How much did it cost to make the TV show Rome?
In 2002, HBO and the BBC agreed to co-produce the series, committing a US$100–110 million ( £ 62.7 million) budget to the production of twelve 1-hour episodes, with HBO contributing $85 million, and the BBC contributing $15 million. The BBC contributed £800,000 to every episode of Rome in its first season.