Fans of the TV series Rome probably remember being devastated when they heard it was cancelled before its second season aired. It was a Game of Thrones like show, years before most of us even knew Winterfell and King’s Landing existed. The series was popular because it showcased Roman society and actually included several factual figures and events Like Cleopatra, Julius Caesar, and Mark Antony. The main characters, Lucius Vorenus and Titus Pollo, are captivating as they experience the ups and downs of Roman life from the eyes of two of Julius Caesar’s soldiers.
If you missed a couple of episodes when they aired, want to check the popular series out for the first time, or are a diehard fan who would love to re-live the awesome series we have a full guide giving you all of your options. Thankfully, those options are plenty and it is quite easy now to watch Rome online. Read on to see our recommendations and figure out what will work best for you.
Watch Rome Online and Get Many Other Perks with Amazon Prime
Right now, Amazon Prime offers the easiest method to watch Rome online. By signing up for Amazon Prime you gain access to Amazon Instant Video where both seasons of the show are available. When you consider all of the other perks of Amazon Prime like free two-day shipping, access to tons of free Kindle books, and even an enormous music streaming library it is basically like you get to watch Rome online free.
Amazon Instant Video has a full library of content including several popular TV shows from channels like HBO, Comedy Central, FX, and much more. Plus, it has its own share of award-winning TV shows Amazon has created in-house including Transparent, Mozart in the Jungle, and Man in the High Castle. Beyond TV shows there is a constant stream of movies coming in and out of Instant Video that you can watch with your subscription. Currently, movies like Fargo, The Hunger Games, and Interstellar are available. It is a rotating library, so there’s always a chance of even more great movies becoming available.
Obviously, there are great advantages of Amazon Prime, but the best one is probably the free 30-day trial. You can sign up and for a month watch Rome online free and order anything you need from Amazon with the free two-day shipping. Most people I have talked to end up being sold on the service and sign up for the annual subscription of Amazon Prime. The yearly subscription costs $99, which averages out to around $8 per month. When you factor all of the services including on Amazon Prime including the ability to watch Rome online it is definitely your top option.
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Subscribe to Sling TV to Watch Rome Full Episodes Online
Sling TV is our number one recommendation as a cable alternative for those who are looking to get rid of the pricey cable subscription. The service makes it incredibly easy to watch live TV from some of the most popular channels normally included in a cable package. It has gained popularity largely because it can actually provide live access to fan-favorite TV shows and live sports as well. With Sling TV, you can even include HBO in your subscription to watch Rome full episodes.
Check out our full Sling TV review for the full details. For now, here are the basic features of this streaming service:
- Starting package features over 20 popular cable channels
- Channels include TNT, TBS, ESPN, ESPN2, AMC, A&E, and CNN, among others
- Total cost is $20 per month for basic package
- Can include HBO in subscription for extra $15 per month
- Including HBO lets you watch Rome online
- Also gives full access to watch HBO’s on-demand library
- Can watch Sling TV on phone, tablet, computer, or TV with Roku or Chromecast
- Try Sling TV free with a 7-day free trial (watch Rome online free for a week!)
Clearly, Sling TV would be a great way to watch Rome online for just $35 per month. Obviously, the real benefit for Sling TV is all of the additional features you receive like all of the live TV programming available and the ability to access HBO’s entire on-demand library to watch shows like The Sopranos, Girls, and Game of Thrones.
If you are sold on Sling TV I highly recommend looking into the new limited-time offer. When you subscribe to 3 months of Sling TV, you receive 50% off a Roku 3 or a free Roku 2. The reason why this is such a great deal is because the Roku 2 retails for $69.99. Doing the math shows you get three months of Sling TV and basically $10 off the Roku 2, which has been reviewed by sites like CNET as just as fast as the Roku 3. This is a great way to watch tons of live TV from your couch and watch Rome full episodes for the next three months!
Try a 7-day free trial of Sling TV today!
Watch Rome Online with a Subscription to HBO NOW
There is another way to access HBO’s huge on-demand content library and watch Rome full episodes online, HBO NOW. The standalone streaming service gives users access to all of HBO’s content including popular shows and hit movies. It does not offer a live stream of HBO’s channels, but you can watch Rome full episodes. HBO does add new content to the library constantly including its TV shows after they air. The real benefit of HBO NOW is the fact that it is a standalone, so you don’t need a cable subscription or Sling TV to gain access to it. You can just subscribe, which costs $15 per month, and watch all of the HBO shows you’d like on Apple devices or on your TV with Roku or Chromecast. Keep in mind that HBO now is different than HBO Go, because you can subscribe to HBO Now without a cable subscription.
Watch All TV Shows Online
If you are excited about how easy it really is to watch Rome full episodes online than you will be even more surprised to hear a bunch of other shows are just as easy to access. Check out our guide to learn how to watch TV online without cable.
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