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SPARTACUS Season 2: VENGEANCE Teaser!
Last week, Entertainment Weekly previewed the upcoming second season of Spartacus, titled Vengeance. Along with announcing the premiere date (Friday, January 17th), came a promo poster and, more importantly, a video teaser. The video was very informative, focusing on Spartacus and the Brotherhood’s situation a week after the Season 1 finale.
Various cast and crew, including executive producer Rob Taper and the new Spartacus, Liam McIntyre, speak out about the direction Vengeance is heading. Manu Bennett (Crixus) brings up the vastly different types of people that have been freed, before cutting to his character complaining about not everyone being trained warriors. The rebel gladiators are unsure of their next move despite Spartacus falling in to a role of leadership. Naturally he doesn’t go unchallenged as other rebels step up to lead in Spartacus’ place. Despite the internal grumblings, they all realize they must stay united in order for them to gain any momentum against the Romans. On top of all the talk, there’s plenty of footage of people being slaughtered. And really, isn’t that the real reason why anyone watches Spartacus?
I’m sure there’s little doubt that Vengeance will continue the excellent storytelling started by Blood and Sand. With vengeance being the prevalent theme, I’m interested to see how they explore it. You can take revenge is a lot of different ways and I’d hate for the series to focus on one aspect of vengeance. January 17th is still a ways away, but my excitement continues to grow.