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The victory, the heartbreak, and the glorious deaths of the final bloody season. Hear stories from the cast and crew about ending the series.
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Spartacus and his outnumbered rebels make one last attempt to win freedom in an epic final battle against the Romans led by Marcus Crassus.
Crassus learns that a fellow prominent Roman is attempting to steal the glory of defeating Spartacus he feels is rightfully his. Spartacus aims to secure a bargaining chip he can use against the Romans and celebrates the memory of a fallen brother.
Spartacus and the rebels arrive at a crossroads. With the relentless Crassus driving his men hard in the pursuit of Spartacus, the conflict between Tiberius and Caesar escalates.
Their forces pinned in on a snowbound, impassable ridge, Spartacus and Crixus come into conflict over the method of escape. Crassus discovers it increasingly difficult to control the actions of those closest to him.
As Crassus leads an onslaught against the rebel-occupied city, Gannicus finds himself trapped behind enemy lines. Tiberius is tasked by Crassus to hold a celebration in honor of a man he despises.
Spartacus puts a plan in motion to weaken Crassus’ forces and gain the upper hand. Betrayal threatens to foil the plan.
The possible infiltration of a Roman spy causes tension to mount between Spartacus and the men under his command. Crassus resurrects a long abandoned form of Roman punishment to teach his soldiers a brutal lesson.
Spartacus considers striking a deal with a band of marauders to ensure his people stay supplied and fed. Crassus’ son Tiberius makes a bold and fateful decision.
Spartacus leads a daring assault to provide food and shelter for his people. Crassus builds a fearsome army and receives an unexpected visitor.
Spartacus continues to assemble a formidable army and outwit Rome’s finest commanders. The desperate powers of Rome are forced to turn to the wealthy and ambitious Marcus Crassus to aid in the campaign against the rebellion.
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Episode 306 - Spoils of War Sneak Peek
A heroic slave (Kirk Douglas) leads a revolt against the corrupt Roman Empire in Spartacus (1960), a historical epic directed by Stanley Kubrick and winner of four Oscars including Best Cinematography.
After heady opening narration, first scene for the title character and executive producer, Kirk Douglas, doomed to die in a Libyan mine, rescued by Roman Batiatus (Peter Ustinov), shopping for gladiators, in Stanley Kubrick's Spartacus, 1960.
On the heels of the bloody escape from the House of Batiatus, the gladiator rebellion, lead by Spartacus, continues, striking fear into the heart of the Roman Republic.
Betrayed by the Romans. Forced into slavery. Reborn as a Gladiator. Torn from his homeland and the woman he loves, Spartacus is condemned to the brutal world of the arena where blood and death are primetime entertainment.
The House of Batiatus is on the rise, basking in the glow of its infamous champion Gannicus, whose skill with a sword is matched only by his thirst for wine and women. These are the times a young Batiatus has been waiting for. Poised to overthrow his father and take control, he'll freely betray anyone to ensure his gladiators are in the highest demand.
Spartacus' rebellion numbers in the thousands. Marcus Crassus and a young Julius Caesar have come to Rome's aid. Outright war with Rome is inevitable.
A behind the scenes look at the final season, Spartacus: War of the Damned, featuring the cast, crew and executive producers.
A behind the scenes look at the intense training the actors go through to prepare for their roles.
STARZ Studios takes you beyond the arena with an inside look at "Spartacus: Vengeance." Go behind the scenes with the cast and crew as the new season.
Spartacus leads captive gladiators to rebel.
The first scene in Rome, senators decrying the slave revolt, Gracchus (Charles Laughton) with common sense, manipulating events in favor of both Glabrus (John Dall) and Caesar (John Gavin), in Stanley Kubrick's Spartacus, 1960.
Rome, 73 B.C. Spartacus (Kirk Douglas), a Thracian slave, is brought from Libya by Lentulus Batiatus (Peter Ustinov), a Roman trader. He is assigned to the Capuan School of Gladiators. There he meets Varinia (Jean Simmons), a beautiful slave from Britain, and they fall in love. When Spartacus training is almost complete, a Roman general, Marcus Crassus (Laurence Olivier), pays a visit to the school with his protege, Glabrus (John Dall). He demands that two gladiators fight to the death and Spartacus is chosen to confront the Ethiopian warrior Draba (Woody Strode). Draba is victorious, but refuses to finish Spartacus off. Draba turns on Crassua who kills him.
Shortly after, Spartacus escapes with his companions and becomes leader of an army of slaves. He fights and wins his first battle against a Roman army led by Glabrus and trains his men in the mountains of Italy, where Varinia and Antoninus (Tony Curtis), Crassus servant, later join them.
After two years of raiding and beating smaller Roman armies, Spartacus decides to leave Italy and hires a pirate, Tigranes (Herbert Lom), to supply him with ships. Meanwhile in Rome, with unrest and discord is growing due to the slave rebellion and pressure on the armies to do something, Crassus is waiting for an occasion to seize power. Gracchus (Charles Laughton), the leader of the Plebeians, and his ally, Julius Caesar (John Gavin), oppose him.
Arriving with his army on the coast, Spartacus discovers that the pirates, bribed by Rome, will not give him any ships. Unable to withdraw, Spartacus and his army discover that they are surrounded by three Roman armies led by Crassus. In the final battle, the slaves, after a fierce struggle, are routed, and slaughtered by the thousands. The few thousand survivors, who include Antoninus and Spartacus, are taken to Rome to be crucified.
Crassus then finds Varinia with her newborn baby on the battlefield and befriends her. He fails in an attempt to seduce her and, out of malice, orders th
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