Spartacus: War of the Damned Marathon to Air February 15th

SpartacusSpartacus and the rebel army have been amassing victories and increasing their ranks ever since Glaber was defeated at Vesuvius. What was once a small but ferocious band of former slaves has turned into an undeniable force that the Roman elite have to address before it becomes too much to handle. To bring down the movement that began in Blood and Sand with the slaughter of the House of Batiatus, wealthy nobleman Marcus Crassus has been tapped to lead the Roman army; he has extra motivation to take out Spartacus, in that the only thing missing from his extensive resumee is a military victory. For that to come against the Bringer of Rain would make the triumph even sweeter.

Listed below are the times, titles, and descriptions for each episode in the Spartacus: War of the Damned catch up marathon. Additionally, sneak peeks and previews for each episode are attached to each episode title.

9:00 p.m. – “Enemies of Rome” (Additional sneak peeks here and here)
In the Season 3 premiere, Spartacus sees his army grow and deal a serious blow to Rome’s fighting legions, which leads Roman officials to seek empire-saving funding from the aristocratic and ambitious Marcus Crassus.

10:00 p.m. – “Wolves at the Gate”
Spartacus launches a bold assault to procure food and shelter for his followers, while Crassus raises a formidable army and welcomes a surprise visitor.

11:00 p.m. – “Men of Honor”
Spartacus contemplates entering into a deal with a band of marauders that would ensure adequate supplies of food for his people. Meanwhile, the son of Crassus becomes emboldened and makes a fateful decision.

Spartacus: War of the Damned airs Fridays at 9:00 on Starz. New episodes of the show return next week.

What have you thought about Spartacus: War of the Damned thus far? How long will the rebels be able to hold on to Sinuessa en Valle? Will Crassus prove a formidable leader of the Roman army?

Leave a Reply

9-Year-Old Boy From China has Sick Latin Dance Moves on Little Big Shots
25 Fascinating Facts about The Matrix
First Look at Cress Williams as CWs Black Lightening
Night Three of The Voice Season 12 Battle Rounds: Attitude is Everything
Xenomorph Egg Cookie Jar And Salt And Pepper Shakers Actually Exist
New Rumors About the “Force Tree” Emerge in Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Valerian is Now the Most Expensive French Film Ever Produced
Did You Know that the Original Aladdin Was Chinese?
Kid Channels Duke Silver to Cover Livin’ on a Prayer with his Saxophone
John Legend Stops to Perform at a London Train Station for Commuters
Hall and Oates Have an Emergency Hotline Called “Callin’ Oates” and It’s Incredible
Heavy Metal Cover of ‘Johnny B. Goode’ by Leo Moracchioli Completely Owns
World’s Surf League “Wipeout of the Year” Video Is Tough to Watch
Cristiano Ronaldo Gets Honored with Possibly the Ugliest Statue Ever and Internet Reacts
Rugby Player Ben Tameifuna Could be a 340-lb NFL Star
Here’s What the Highest Basketball Shot in the World Looks Like
Little Boy Makes Cardboard Nintendo Switch Because Mom Won’t Buy Console
Guy Turns His Chevy Volt Into an Arcade-Like Mario Kart Cabinet
Unlocking The Lon Lon Ranch in Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
The Best Selling Consoles and Games In History
David Hasselhoff: The Official World-Fan-Cruise
Original “Aunt Viv” Janet Hubert Did Not like that Fresh Prince Reunion Picture
Shark Tank’s Mark Cuban Attributes “Being Jewish” to his Entire Foundation for Life
Cool Photo of Alan Rickman In High School in London, 1964

Get more stuff like this
in your inbox

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.