Kill them all was the tittle of this episode, the last of the first season. And the amount of fake blood used in this episode is probably on his way to the Guinness book of records! Anyway I am not gonna spoil anything, assuming that the show may air in other countries at some point, but I did not expect such an ending!
The good news is that the show was picked for a second season, the bad rumor is that it may be a prequel.
As you know, Spartacus main actor Andy Whitfield was recently diagnosed with non-Hodgkins Lymphoma therefore will not be able to get back to work as he undergoes treatment. So right now we do not know when Spartacus will be back and honestly as much as I liked to follow this first season nothing would make me happier than an healthy Andy even if next season has to air in 2012.
But due to this delay, we have learned from the MIP TV international programming marketplace in Cannes France that a prequel may be the only option for the show right now. In order to utilize the sets, actors, and writers standing by, Starz is developing a six-episode miniseries prequel series. Where a younger actor would replace Whitfield, until Whitfield can return for a new season.
So if you are a young actor and are willing to answer the casting call then you may wanna conceder starting The Spartacus Workout, 10 exercises that collectively work every part of your body, 3 days a week.
Goblet squat, Mountain climber, Single-arm dumbbell swing, T-pushup, Split jump, Dumbbell row, Dumbbell side lunge and touch, Pushup-position row, Dumbbell lunge and rotation, Dumbbell push press … check out AFTER THE JUMP how it will look like in action.