Spartacus: Blood and Sand | Trailer #2 | STARZ



Spartacus: Blood and Sand Trailer #2. Betrayed by the Romans. Forced into slavery. Reborn as a Gladiator. The classic tale of the Republic’s most infamous rebel comes alive in the graphic and visceral series, Spartacus: Blood and Sand.

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A Thracian warrior forced into slavery, Spartacus became the gladiator known as the Bringer of Rain. After losing his wife Sura and thirsty for vengeance, he led the gladiators in an uprising to escape the ludus and would eventually defeat the legions of Gaius Claudius Glaber and slayed the Roman praetor. Now, Spartacus has amassed an army in the thousands. He knows he is not only responsible for the lives of every man, woman, and child in his rebellion but also for continuing to inspire them to fight for freedom from oppression and stand up against the mighty Roman Republic.

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25 replies
  1. MarkTitus
    MarkTitus says:

    @nina1983215 The only way I was able to get this incredible TV series was order online through Amazon. It's worth every penny. The story and fighting was so good it was sad to see it finally end and even more sad to know that 'Spartacus' actually died.

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  2. Luan Vo
    Luan Vo says:

    R.I.P Andy Whitfield
    i watch Spartacus because of you, you're a great actor
    Spartacus is nothing without you
    i really don't want to watch season 2 without him 🙁
    sad…..

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  3. Karsten
    Karsten says:

    Making them speak with a British accent using Latin grammar structure is probably the closest they could get to making an understandable, yet realistic language. I very much enjoyed the style, it was almost like poetry.

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