Spartacus – TV Series

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Spartacus TV Series DetailsĀ 

SpartacusĀ is an AmericanĀ television seriesĀ produced inĀ New ZealandĀ that premiered onĀ StarzĀ on January 22, 2010, and concluded on April 12, 2013. The fiction series was inspired by the historical figure ofĀ Spartacus, aĀ ThracianĀ gladiator who from 73 to 71 BC led aĀ major slave uprisingĀ against theĀ Roman RepublicĀ departing from Capua. Executive producersĀ Steven S. DeKnightĀ andĀ Robert Tapert focused on structuring the events of Spartacus’ obscure early life leading up to the beginning of historical records.

After the completion of the first season titledĀ Spartacus: Blood and Sand, production for another season was delayed because lead actorĀ Andy WhitfieldĀ was diagnosed with early-stageĀ non-Hodgkin lymphomaĀ so Starz produced a six-episodeĀ prequelĀ miniseries entitledĀ Spartacus: Gods of the Arena. When the actor’s cancer recurred and he later died on September 11, 2011, Starz had actorĀ Liam McIntyreĀ take on the role of Spartacus in the second season titledĀ Spartacus: Vengeance. On June 4, 2012, Starz announced the third and final season, titledĀ Spartacus: War of the Damned. A sequel series is in development at Starz, with DeKnight returning to write for the show.



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STORY



CAST

Gladiators and slaves

  • Andy WhitfieldĀ (season 1 and prequel) andĀ Liam McIntyreĀ (seasons 2ā€“3) asĀ SpartacusĀ ā€“ aĀ ThracianĀ slave who becomes a gladiator in theĀ ludusĀ of Lentulus Batiatus before leading aĀ slave uprising.
  • Manu BennettĀ (seasons 1ā€“3 and prequel) asĀ CrixusĀ ā€“ aĀ Gaul, he was Batiatus’ top gladiator prior to Spartacus. Love interest of Naevia, and secondary leader of the rebellion.
  • Lesley-Ann BrandtĀ (season 1 and prequel) andĀ Cynthia Addai-RobinsonĀ (seasons 2ā€“3) as Naevia ā€“ Lucretia’s personal and loyal slave. Love interest of Crixus.
  • Peter MensahĀ (seasons 1ā€“2 and prequel) asĀ OenomausĀ ā€“ Batiatus’Ā NumidianĀ doctoreĀ (trainer) of gladiators, and reluctant advisor to the rebels. The historical Oenomaus was aĀ Gaul.
  • Nick E. TarabayĀ (seasons 1ā€“2 and prequel) as Ashur ā€“ aĀ SyrianĀ former gladiator whose leg was crippled in the arena byĀ Crixus; later served Batiatus as aĀ bookkeeperĀ and henchman.
  • Jai CourtneyĀ (season 1) as Varro ā€“ a Roman citizen who sold himself to theĀ ludusĀ to support his family.
  • Antonio Te MaiohaĀ (season 1 and prequel) as Barca ā€“ nicknamed the “Beast of Carthage”, is one of Batiatus’ most successful gladiators, serves as aĀ bodyguardĀ for his master.
  • Erin CummingsĀ (season 1) as Sura ā€“ the wife of Spartacus.
  • Dan FeuerriegelĀ (seasons 1ā€“3) as Agron ā€“ aĀ GermanĀ gladiator who was sold to Batiatus’ ludus, he was the first to join Spartacus in his revolt.
  • Katrina LawĀ (seasons 1ā€“2) as Mira ā€“ a slave girl sent under threat of death to seduce Spartacus and become his lover. She takes charge of logistical matters as a leader of the rebellion.
  • Brooke WilliamsĀ (season 1 and season 2 premiere) as Aurelia ā€“ the wife of Varro.
  • Dustin ClareĀ (prequel, seasons 2ā€“3) asĀ GannicusĀ ā€“ champion gladiator of the Batiatus’Ā ludusĀ before the arrival of Spartacus. Later, as a free man, he joins old friends in the revolt.
  • Marisa RamirezĀ (prequel) as Melitta ā€“ Lucretia’s personal slave and the wife of Oenomaus.
  • Pana Hema TaylorĀ (seasons 2ā€“3) as Nasir ā€“ a young slave liberated from a villa by Spartacus and his army of rebels.
  • Ellen HollmanĀ (seasons 2ā€“3) as Saxa ā€“ a German slave rescued by the rebels. She later joins the rebels.
  • Heath Jones (seasons 2ā€“3) as Donar ā€“ a prominent German rebel and former gladiator from the House of Batiatus.
  • Jenna Lind (season 3) as Kore ā€“ a loyal slave to Marcus Crassus the Roman tasked to bring an end to Spartacus and his rebellion. Her deep feelings for her master will be sorely tested by spiraling events.
  • Gwendoline TaylorĀ (season 3) as Sibyl ā€“ a young slave rescued from Roman cruelty. Now free, she will embark on a journey.
  • Anna HutchisonĀ (season 3) as Laeta ā€“ a privileged wife of a Roman dignitary who becomes entangled in the struggle against Spartacus. Her life and those of the ones she loves are forever changed by the conflict.

Romans

  • John HannahĀ (season 1 and prequel) as QuintusĀ Lentulus BatiatusĀ ā€“ aĀ lanistaĀ and Spartacus’ master.
  • Lucy LawlessĀ (seasons 1ā€“2 and prequel) as Lucretia ā€“ Batiatus’ wife.
  • Viva BiancaĀ (seasons 1ā€“2) as Ilithyia ā€“ the daughter of senator Albinius and wife of Glaber.
  • Craig ParkerĀ (seasons 1ā€“2) asĀ Gaius Claudius GlaberĀ ā€“ aĀ Roman armyĀ legatusĀ who is responsible for Spartacus’ enslavement as a gladiator.
  • Craig Walsh Wrightson (season 1 and prequel) as Solonius ā€“ a rival lanista and former friend to the House of Batiatus.
  • Stephen LovattĀ (prequel) as Tullius ā€“ Batiatus’ business rival.
  • Jaime MurrayĀ (prequel) as Gaia ā€“ a social climber and Lucretia’s friend.
  • Jeffrey ThomasĀ (prequel and season 2) as Titus Lentulus Batiatus ā€“ Quintus Batiatus’ father and owner of the family’sĀ ludus.
  • Gareth WilliamsĀ (prequel) as Vettius ā€“ Tullius’ young henchman and owner of a rivalĀ ludus.
  • Tom Hobbs (season 2) as Seppius ā€“ a young Capua citizen of note. He wishes to strip the honor of capturing Spartacus from Glaber.
  • Hanna Mangan-LawrenceĀ (season 2) as Seppia ā€“ younger sister to Seppius.
  • Brett TuckerĀ (season 2) asĀ Publius VariniusĀ ā€“ Glaber’s chief political rival and fellowĀ praetor.
  • Simon MerrellsĀ (season 3) asĀ Marcus Licinius CrassusĀ ā€“ the richest man in the Roman Republic. Envied and despised by the highborn among the senate, he craves the power and respect that defeating Spartacus and his rebel army would bring.
  • Christian AntidormiĀ (season 3) as Tiberius Licinius Crassus ā€“ the eldest son of Marcus Licinius Crassus, and his father’s “word, and will” in Crassus’ army.
  • Todd LasanceĀ (season 3) asĀ Gaius Julius CaesarĀ ā€“ a handsome young rogue from an esteemed lineage and his deadly intelligence and skill with a sword will be brought to bear against the rebellion as he begins his ascent towards the all-powerful ruler he will one day become.


PRODUCTION

After filming in early 2009 and promoting for some time, it was announced that Starz would premiereĀ Spartacus: Blood and Sand on January 22, 2010.Ā On December 22, 2009, a month before it premiered, it was announced that the show was renewed by Starz for a second season.

On March 9, 2010, IGN.com reported that production of Season 2 had been delayed due to star Whitfield being diagnosed with early-stage non-Hodgkin lymphoma.Ā Due to the delay, Starz announced in May 2010 that it would be developing a six-episode prequel series, entitledĀ Spartacus: Gods of the Arena, to allow star actor Whitfield to seek medical treatment. The prequel featured both new and returning stars, headlined by John Hannah as Batiatus and Lucy Lawless as Lucretia. Star Andy Whitfield also briefly appeared in a voice-over role. Production began in New Zealand in the summer of 2010 and the prequel aired beginning January 2011.

In September 2010, Starz announced that Whitfield’s cancer had returned and that he had decided not to return for the production of Season 2, then tentatively scheduled for September 2011. Starz announced that the show would nevertheless continue, and planned on recasting the role of Spartacus in the wake of Whitfield’s exit. Whitfield gave his blessing for Starz to recast the role when he announced he would not return.

SpartacusĀ series creatorĀ Steven S. DeKnightĀ said in an interview, “There are a ‘couple of very strong candidates’ for the role of Spartacus, and season two should begin production in New Zealand in April 2011.” DeKnight added that theĀ Spartacus producers and Starz executives weren’t always sure they would go forward without Andy Whitfield, who they said had brought “gravity and heart” to the role of the famous warrior. “It’s unheard of to recast your titular character in a television show, and we did a lot of soul searching about whether we even wanted to try,” DeKnight said. “And then Andy [Whitfield] said, ‘I really think the show should go forward without me. I give you the blessing. I want this story told.'”Ā On January 17, 2011, it was announced that Australian film and TV actor Liam McIntyre had been selected to replace Whitfield.

On February 26, 2011 interview withĀ Entertainment Weekly, DeKnight revealed that the second season was set to air “the end of January” 2012. Additionally, he revealed thatĀ Lesley-Ann Brandt, the actress who portrayed the slave Naevia, would also not be able to return for season 2 due to the delay in production. On August 1, 2011, Starz released a trailer indicating that the long-delayed second season would premiere in January 2012, under the new subtitle,Ā Spartacus: Vengeance.

Andy Whitfield died on September 11, 2011, from complications of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. He was 39 years old.

Over two months before the premiere, on November 7, 2011, Starz announced that it was renewingĀ SpartacusĀ for a third seasonā€“a second year with Liam McIntyre in the titular role; and fourth year on the air overall.

The second season eventually premiered on January 27, 2012.

On June 1, 2012, Starz released a teaser video of the next season on YouTube.

On June 4, 2012, Starz announced that the 4th season of Spartacus (War of the Damned) will be the final one for the series.

Starz released the first full trailer forĀ Spartacus: War of the DamnedĀ on July 13, 2012.


RELEASE

Blood and SandĀ (2010)

Gods of the ArenaĀ (2011)

VengeanceĀ (2012)

War of the DamnedĀ (2013)




Spartacus Season 1,2,3 Download FilesĀ 

  • Season 01 – “Blood and Sand (2010)”
  • Prequel Season – “Gods of the Arena (2011)”
  • Season 02 – “Vengeance (2012)”
  • Season 03 – “War of the Damned (2013)”

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