Tonight after the must-watch event that is the 'Spartacus: War of the Damned' series finale "Victory," Starz will premiere its newest historical hero 'Da Vinci's Demons,' following a 25-year-old Leonardo Da Vinci as he invents his way into legend. You don't need to wait to catch the new series from writer David S. Goyer, however, as we've got the full premiere for you to watch right now!
Da Vinci's Demons
Friday night on Starz will see the conclusion of one hero's journey, and the beginning of another, as the series premiere of historical epic 'Da Vinci's Demons' will immediately follow 'Spartacus: War of the Damned's' series finale event "Victory." We've seen a few trailers of 'Da Vinci's Demons' to date, but are you ready to get up close and personal with Tom Riley's new character in the first clip from the series? Check out 'Da Vinci's Demon's inside!
After the jaw-dropping (severing?) climax of last week's 'Spartacus: War of the Damned' episode "Separate Paths," we were startlingly reminded that the genre epic will soon come to an end. We won't have to wait long for the pay-cable network's next period fix however, as the David Goyer-helmed historical thriller 'Da Vinci's Demons' will follow in its wake on April 12! The latest trailer is full of new mysteries and secrets, so have a look at the heroic Leonardo Da Vinci inside!
Starz's genre epic 'Spartacus: War of the Damned' grows closer to its final bow each and every week, paving the way for a new genre hero to take its place, that of David Goyer-produced historical fantasy 'Da Vinci's Demons!' The new series will take a unique look at the famed inventor in the context of a young hero, crafting his brilliance in an age fraught with terror and intrigue, so how would you like a new look at the upcoming series premiering April 12? Check out the latest trailer for 'Da Vinci's Demons' inside!
'Spartacus: War of the Damned' may come to an end after just eight more episodes, but Starz isn't exactly going to leave us high and dry for new period action. On April 12 the network will invent its latest high-concept success, as 'Da Vinci's Demons' takes flight highlighting a new side to one of history's greatest minds. Atop all the intriguing trailers we've seen, the official one-sheet poster from Starz has arrived, further teasing the truly heroic side of 'Da Vinci's Demons.' Get a fresh look at the new Starz series inside!
With Starz set to kick its 2013 line-up into high gear this Friday with the premiere of 'Spartacus: War of the Damned,' the network has spared no expense in ramping up promotion of its other upcoming genre epic 'Da Vinci's Demons. Executive produced by David S. Goyer ('The Dark Knight,' 'Man of Steel'), the Starz drama takes a new look at one of history's greatest inventors as a sexy action hero, but will you be able to tame 'Da Vinci's Demons? Check out the latest trailer for Starz's new thriller inside!
Starz has an exciting roster lined up for 2013, including the final season of 'Spartacus: War of the Damned,' and another year for 'Magic City,' but one of the more inventive projects that have caught our eye is that of historical thriller 'Da Vinci's Demons.' The David Goyer-penned project certainly inverts what we've come to picture of the storied inventor, but what does Goyer himself have to say? And what does the latest trailer for 'Da Vinci's Demons' reveal?
We know that whenever someone says the name Leonardo Da Vinci, rounds of doves and explosions burst forth from the aether, and women everywhere feel an insurmountable urge to drop their tops, but what if we want a deeper exploration of the man behind the action? Look no further than Starz' upcoming David S. Goyer-penned series 'Da Vinci's Demons,' the trailer for which previews all the sizzling action and sex you've come to expect from one of history's greatest minds.
With the 'Spartacus' series coming to a bloody end early next year, Starz will soon have a gaping hole to fill in its schedule. How do you replace a historical drama with no regard for history? How about another historical drama with no regard for history! We kid because we love, of course. The joys of 'Spartacus' stem from how it uses its setting to tell grand, outrageous stories. Can we expect the same from the upcoming 'Da Vinci's Demons'?