In the pilot episode of this series, Caesar ends eight years of war with victory in Gaul, but a personal loss at home.
Titus Pullo in jail cell
Antony returns to Rome with Vorenus and Pullo; Pompey drafts an ultimatum.
Atia of the Julii hugs Octavia
Patrician families are forced to choose sides; Vorenus and Niobe make amends; Pullo finds a fortune.
Lucius Vorenus yells at troops
Pompey maneuvers outside the city; Atia throws a party welcoming Caesar; Vorenus also hosts a fete.
Julius Caesar in Senate robes
Vorenus reconsiders his career; Atia schemes to separate Caesar and Servilia.
Julius Caesar on white horse
Antony ponders whether to remain loyal to Ceasar; Atia tries to mend fences with Servilia.
Mark Antony reads letter
Caesar and Pompey find their fortunes reversed, again; Atia enlists Octavia to ask another favor of Servilia.
Lucius Vorenus Titus Pullo after escaping shipwreck
Caesar arrives in Egypt with Vorenus and Pullo and forges an alliance with Cleopatra.
Julius Caesar holds up baby Caesarion
Caesar returns to Rome in triumph; Vorenus braces for a showdown; Servilia attempts to unearth a secret about Caesar.
Octavia of the Julii and Gaius Octavian
Caesar is proclaimed Emperor amidst pomp and fanfare, while Vorenus and Pullo plan their futures in Rome’s new order.
Julius Caesar red face at Triumph ceremony
While Pullo descends into Rome’s netherworld, Vorenus reaps the rewards of his allegiance to Caesar.
Lucius Vorenus swings huge chain at gladiator
Vorenus's defense of Pullo lands him in an unexpected position of power.
Cicero whispers to Marcus Junius Brutus

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