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First Three Minutes of 'Spartacus: Vengeance' Debuted

December 10, 2011 (2:34 am) GMT
The preview sees Spartacus and his co. engaging in a bloody battle which ends with the title character deciding to send a message to an old friend using one of the dead bodies.
First Three Minutes of 'Spartacus: Vengeance' Debuted

A new sneak peek to the first episode of ": has landed online, giving a look at the first opening scene. Said to be a pivotal part of the show, the approximately three-minute footage follows Spartacus and other rebels who fight some soldiers. After the battle ends, he decides to use one of the army dead bodies to send a message to an old friend.

This follow-up to "Spartacus: Blood and Sand" takes place several weeks after the end of the first season, where Spartacus led a rampage at the House of Batiatus. In the new chapter, Capua is in an uproar and the gladiators are on the run.

replaces the late as the titular character. Speaking of Spartacus' transformation from the first season, showrunner Steven S. DeKnight said, "In season 2, Spartacus learns how to be a leader. He goes from a guy with an axe to grind to being a leader."

"Spartacus: Vengeance" will premiere Friday, January 27, 2012 at 10 P.M. on Starz. While the second season is yet to be aired, the network has ordered the third season which will begin the production in early 2012.



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