Domina: Season 1

Domina: Season 1

Domina: Season 1

Ancient Rome drama tracing the rise of Livia Drusilla (Kasia Smutniak). Folllows Livia's journey from a naïve young girl whose world crumbles in the wake of Julius Caesar’s assassination, to Rome’s most powerful and influential Empress, driven by a deep desire to avenge her father and secure power for her sons. Co stars Liam Cunningham (Game of Thrones) and Colette Tchantcho (The Witcher).

Livia and her peers navigate their way through a brutal society by means of strategy, conspiracy, seduction and murder. She will soon discover that seizing power is not enough: you must be able to keep it when everyone else wants it.

2021UK, ItalySky
DramaTrue Story & BiographyHistorical

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
15 May 2021

Fall

Livia Drusilla loses everything in the Civil War as her father and husband find themselves defeated and forced into exile.

EPISODE 1.2
15 May 2021

Rise

When an amnesty is declared, a pregnant Livia returns to Rome to rebuild her family fortunes and save her friend.

EPISODE 1.3
15 May 2021

Family

Eleven years on, Livia is married to the powerful Gaius, and is pregnant again. Yet, she does not feel entirely secure.

EPISODE 1.4
15 May 2021

Secrets

Livia's marriage to Gaius is compromised when she learns that she can't bear him any children.

EPISODE 1.5
15 May 2021

Plague

Gaius' illness causes a political crisis and reveals the weakness of Livia's position without him, a problem she must solve.

EPISODE 1.6
15 May 2021

Nightshade

Livia has no choice but to eliminate Marcellus, who plans to kill her sons and exile her when he assumes Gaius' position.

EPISODE 1.7
15 May 2021

Treason

As Gaius' rivals taste blood in the water, Livia must outwit both them and her husband if the family is to be kept together.

EPISODE 1.8
15 May 2021

Happiness

As Livia tells her sons about their role in her Mission, the truth behind her part in Marcellus' death threatens to come out.

Domina: Season 1 / Reviews

The Guardian

The Guardian

The show has a great cast, a big budget and is full of carnage and backstabbing... What’s not to like?

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

Game of Thrones (meets) Life of Brian...

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Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

The story is compelling and the production design is as terrific as the casting.

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