Sky has debuted a new trailer for the upcoming historical drama series ‘Domina’, a series that brings to life the power struggles of Ancient Rome from a different perspective; that of the women.

The series follows the life and extraordinary rise of Livia Drusilla, who overcame adversity to become the most powerful woman in the world.

Kasia Smutniak plays Livia Drusilla, with the young Livia played by Nadia Parkes (The Spanish Princess).  They are supported by an international stellar cast including Liam Cunningham (Game of Thrones) playing Livius, Livia’s father, and Colette Tchantcho (The Witcher) as Antigone, Livia’s best friend, ex-slave and closest ally.

The ensemble cast also includes Matthew McNulty, Christine Bottomley, Ben Batt, Enzo Cilenti, Claire Forlani and Alex Lanipekun. Isabella Rossellini makes an appearance as Balbina, an early enemy of Livia.

Created and written by Simon Burke with acclaimed Australian filmmaker Claire McCarthy as lead director, the series is produced by Fifty Fathoms (Fortitude), Tiger Aspect and Sky Studio.

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The series will debut on 14 May on Sky Atlantic and streaming service NOW.