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Batiatus seeks vengeance for all that has befallen him and retains his gladiators and Solonius in the cause. The opening of the new arena arrives, promising a spectacle of combat and blood.

Source: Starz

Episode Info


Episode number: 1x6
Airdate: Friday February 25th, 2011


Alternate Airdates:

UK (sky 1) Apr 25, 2011
NL (RTL 5) May 01, 2011

Guest Stars
Andrew LaingAndrew Laing
As Sextus
Recurring
Antonio Te MaiohoAntonio Te Maioho
As Barca
Recurring
Craig Walsh WrightsonCraig Walsh Wrightson
As Solonius (as Craig Walsh-Wrightson)
Recurring
Gareth Williams (2)Gareth Williams (2)
As Vettius
Recurring
Ioane KingIoane King
As Rhaskos
Recurring
Jason HoodJason Hood
As Cossutius
Recurring
Jeffrey ThomasJeffrey Thomas
As Titus
Recurring
Jessica Grace SmithJessica Grace Smith
As Diona
Recurring
Lesley-Ann BrandtLesley-Ann Brandt
As Naevia
Recurring
Peter FeeneyPeter Feeney
As Varus
Recurring
Raycho VasilevRaycho Vasilev
As Gnaeus
Recurring
Shane RangiShane Rangi
As Dagan
Recurring
Stephen LovattStephen Lovatt
As Tullius
Recurring
Vincent RoxburghVincent Roxburgh
As Duratius
Recurring
Joel OliverJoel Oliver
As Caburus

Uncredited
Andy WhitfieldAndy Whitfield
voiced Spartacus
Recurring
Main Cast
John HannahJohn Hannah
As Batiatus
Manu BennettManu Bennett
As Crixus
Peter MensahPeter Mensah
As Oenomaus
Dustin ClareDustin Clare
As Gannicus
Nick TarabayNick Tarabay
As Ashur
Lucy LawlessLucy Lawless
As Lucretia

Recap

The finale of Spartacus Gods of the Arena opens with Batiatus looking at his dead father, Titus. The magistrate comes in and gives his condolences. Lucretia walks up to him and tells that it is an honor to have condolence from the magistrate. Solonius comes up and tells that they have an unexpected guest. It is Vettius. He comes and is civil for a moment and tells that Tullius had a contract of sale for Gannicus. Batiatus tells that Gannicus is not going to be sold to him. Gannicus goes into the cell of Oenomaus and sees him praying. He tells that Melitta’s body is to be buried in the ground as is custom. Gannicus tells that Melitta was above everyone around her and tells that he is nothing to her. Oenomaus tells that Melitta loved Gannicus like a brother. He walks away...

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Other Episode Crew

CreatorSteven S. DeKnight
Executive ProducerSteven S. DeKnight  |  Joshua Donen  |  Rob Tapert  |  Sam Raimi
ProducerChloe Smith  |  Rick Jacobson
Co-ProducerCharles Knight (2)  |  Aaron Lam  |  Maurissa Tancharoen  |  Jed Whedon  |  Brent Fletcher
Associate ProducerPaul Grinder  |  Moira Grant
Production DesignerIain Aitken
EditorBryan Shaw
CastingFaith Martin  |  Annabel Lomas  |  Paul Weber
Line ProducerKeith Mackenzie
First Assistant DirectorHamish Gough
Music EditorJason Smith (3)
Costume DesignerBarbara Darragh
Set DesignerNick Connor
Script SupervisorMonique Knight  |  Di Moffatt
Production CoordinatorHelen Urban  |  Kylie Gaudin
Script CoordinatorMark Leitner
Assistant EditorDaisy Lawless  |  Francis Wheeler
Director of PhotographyJohn Cavill
Story EditorAaron Helbing  |  Todd Helbing  |  Misha Green
Stunt CoordinatorTim Wong  |  Paul Shapcott  |  Shane Dawson
Sound MixerDavid Madigan
Executive Story EditorSeamus Kevin Fahey
Costume SupervisorAlice Baker
Boom OperatorCorrin Ellingford
"A" Camera OperatorCameron McLean
Music ComposerJoseph Loduca
"B" Camera OperatorTodd Bilton  |  Brenden Holster
Make-up DesignerJane O'Kane
Makeup & Hair SupervisorVinnie Smith
Prosthetics DesignerJane O'Kane
Executive Visual Effects SupervisorCharlie McClellan
 
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