spartacus: war of the damned 3.06 ‘spoils of war’ livestream

Thanks to sisterwinchester for providing this link. She says she uses it every week, it’s stable and it’s good quality.

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Q: Is there a livestream for tonight's ep?
Anonymous

I honestly have no idea. I download afterwards so I can watch before it airs in my country.

Followers, any livestream links you want to share?



spartacus: war of the damned 3.06 | spoils of war sneak peek


spartacus: war of the damned 3.06 | spoils of war sneak peek


nspiration behind Episode 6 of Spartacus: War of the Damned

Spartacus Q&A: Todd Lasance Talks Bringing ‘Darker Elements’ To Portrayal Of Julius Caesar

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. — For three seasons, “Spartacus” fans have delighted in cheering on the former gladiators-turned-rebels in the Starz franchise, but this season – the fourth installment — has provided a twist for many of those watching.

Creator Steven S. DeKnight and his writing team have given the gang of rebels some seriously formidable – and arguably likable — foes, ones that are stirring the reactions of the audience.

“It’s actually been interesting,” Todd Lasance, who plays the young, shaggy-haired Julius Caesar in the series said, when Access Hollywood asked him about the reaction to this season’s Roman “bad guys,” who frankly, aren’t all bad.

“There’s been a lot of, ‘I love to hate Caesar,’ or, ‘I kind of like him!’ or, ‘Is it naughty to be liking Caesar?” Todd continued of the responses he’s heard as the episodes have rolled out every Friday at 9 PM on Starz. “I want to sort of shift the audience as much as I can.”

While for some, Caesar is not the villain, for others, he is definitely no hero.

“I wanted to introduce a few darker elements in Caesar, I spoke to the producers about that,” Todd told Access.

Todd explained that in order to play a man who is “capable of achieving such greatness and such glory and such power amongst the people,” but who was “also known for [doing] some pretty terrible, heinous things to the enemy,” his Caesar needed “those dark elements.”

“I don’t think it would all be peachy and he would be this upstanding gentleman, but it’s kind of cool,” Todd said. “I like the fact that the audience is sort of split, and torn. If they want to jump on Caesar’s side, I like that, but then I might throw something in the spanner in there.”

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