Spartacus: Blood and Sand

2010 • Starz
4.8
1.81K reviews
TV-MA
Rating
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Season 1 episodes (13)

1 The Red Serpent
1/22/10
A Thracian warrior, enlisted by the Romans to fight, has his destiny sealed by an act of rebellious violence. As punishment he faces death by being forced to fight in the gladiatorial arena.
2 Sacramentum Gladiatorum
1/29/10
Enslaved in gladiatorial school, the newly christened Spartacus must try to suppress his desire for vengeance when his new master promises to reunite him with his wife.
3 Legends
2/5/10
Though Spartacus proved himself during training and now wears the attire of a gladiator, his coarse attitude and relentless quest to see his wife isolates him from his fellow gladiators and Doctore.
4 The Thing in the Pit
2/12/10
Having performed shamefully in the arena against Crixus, Spartacus is forced to fight in the Pits. Batiatus, determined to profit from Spartacus, may be at risk if his debts aren't repaid.
5 Shadow Games
2/19/10
Batiatus is presented with a gladiatorial opportunity of a lifetime. Spartacus and Crixus must overcome their mutual hostility to fight as a team against a legendary and unbeaten opponent.
6 Delicate Things
2/26/10
With the glory and riches reaped by Spartacus' victory in the arena, it appears that his long-desired reward will be granted when Batiatus informs him that he will be reunited with his wife.
7 Great and Unfortunate Things
3/5/10
Overcome by the pressure of Batiatus' control, Spartacus must make a choice: Leave his past behind and assume the mantle of a champion gladiator, or die.
8 Mark of the Brotherhood
3/12/10
Batiatus purchases a fresh lot of slaves during an auction to be trained as gladiators and ponders the idea of selling Crixus.
9 Whore
3/19/10
Batiatus breaks the news that Spartacus is to service the richest woman in Rome.
10 Party Favors
3/26/10
Spartacus and Crixus are set up to fight in an exhibition match for Numerius' birthday, but Crixus is intent on blood.
11 Old Wounds
4/2/10
Spartacus hovers on the brink. Meanwhile, Batiatus plots revenge against his enemies.
12 Revelations
4/9/10
Lucretia and Batiatus await the arrival of Glaber with the intentions to receive his patronage, while Spartacus focuses his attention on his plan for revenge.
13 Kill Them All
4/16/10
Spartacus' fury culminates in the stunning season finale.

About this show

Season 1: 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.
4.8
1.81K reviews
Brian Cheng
August 14, 2020
I watched this show years ago, and it honestly was one of my favorite TV shows, ever. Years has passed, and it's now 2020, and I was reminded of this TV show again recently. I don't have Starz or any app that allows me to watch this show, so I came to Google Play to see if it's available here. The cost was pricey for the first season, but I didn't care. I wanted to watch this show again. And it was just as good if not better than the first time I watched it. This show is EXTREMELY underrated.
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Sparrel Honaker
March 24, 2013
Best series in tv history in my opinion. W/ Blood and sand being the BEST season. The acting is superb and Andy's performance being the best I've seen any actor give in a VERY VERY long time. If u haven't seen this series and dont mind lots of blood, sex, cussing, violence and nudity then PLEASE watch this series. You'll fall in love w/ it and Andy. RIP Andy. Our true bringer of rain
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Evan Reed
February 18, 2015
When the show first aired on Starz, I went in curious not sure what to expect. Well, from the first episode you get your money's worth and much more. The story is very well told, the acting is phenomenal, the dialogue takes some getting used to but definitely leaves you satisfied with the authenticity. The amount of gore sometimes might be a bit much for some (not I), but the amount of eye candy more than makes up for it. All 4 seasons are magnificent and if your a fan of TV/movies, is a must watch and own.
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