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But Starz, thankfully, really stuck by the show, and they really wanted it to be told all the way to the end.They didn’t want to cheat the viewers and just suddenly pull the plug.IGN: This title of this new season, War of the Damned, certainly doesn’t seem to be very optimistic for either side in this battle. Months and months and months we’ve gone back and forth. It was kind of the same process, but it really stuck.We wanted something that was epic, but also, quite frankly, as you point out, it also gives that uneasy sense of doom. And like you say, it is very much about both sides, the Roman side and the rebel side.And then, unfortunately, when Andy passed away we had to recast Spartacus. And then last season we had even bigger numbers than the previous two seasons. I hatched this “brilliant” graphic novel idea of, “Let’s subtitle each season,” instead of Season 1, 2, 3… ” Which was the best/worst idea I’ve ever had in my life.So this show had been one constant risk, every single season. It’s a little unprecedented -- in fact, I think it’s very unprecedented to take your one big hit show on your network and end it earlier than people expect. Because after Blood and Sand -- which was something I just threw out in a meeting and it just kind of stuck, and we rolled with it until the end -- each of the next seasons, it been very difficult to get everybody to agree on one title.
This show has been challenged, to say the least, in many, many ways.
He’s defeated Batiatus and Glaber, but it turns out that the end is almost here for Spartacus.