Lucy Media Mentions From Around The Web:

Hot stuff: The Watcher's winter TV preview - Chicago Tribune - The Watcher - 01 Jan 2010
Jan. 22, "Caprica," 8 p.m., Syfy and "Spartacus: Blood and Sand," 9 p.m., Starz: "Caprica" is a promising "Battlestar Galactica" prequel series with a great cast (Paula Malcolmson, Polly Walker, Esai Morales and Eric Stoltz) and zero spaceships. "Spartacus" is an updating of the classic tale of a slave turned gladiator; one of the stars in the Starz drama is "Battlestar" alum Lucy Lawless (pictured at right). Starz must be feeling pretty confident about the show -- the network has already given the green light to a second season.

A look at midseason TV shows old and new: Get ready for TV's midseason, and the return of '24,' 'Project Runway,' 'Idol,' 'Lost' and more....California Chronicle 04 Jan 2010
Spartacus: Blood and Sand: Miss Rome? Check out this sword-and-sandal drama, in which Lucy Lawless and John Hannah play the owners of a gladiator camp that has fallen on hard times, but they also own the gladiator Spartacus (Andy Whitfield), who might help them regain their status. 9 p.m. Jan. 22, Starz

Shake up your TV viewing in 2010 - Wocester Telegram - 2 Jan 2010
5. “Spartacus: Blood and Sand” (debuts 10 p.m. Jan. 22, Starz): Bloody and violent, “Spartacus: Blood and Sand” is not a show for the faint of heart. Once you get past the blood splatter, this is a good old-fashioned tale about revenge and love. Australian newcomer Andy Whitfield is fun to look at and very convincing as our man Spartacus; and he leads an amazing cast that includes Lucy Lawless, John Hannah and Peter Mensah. - News submitted by Jodi

Veronica makes it on to honour list of top mag - Irish Independent
Sunday January 03 2010
THE late Veronica Guerin landed a prestigious honour last week when she was named as one of the Seven Most Courageous Women Ever by America's best-selling women's magazine, Glamour. In a list compiled by the heavyweights, including Nobel Peace Prize laureate Judy Williams (of the international campaign to ban landmines), Lucy Lawless (co-star of Spartacus and Blood & Sand) and Rosalind Miles (author of Who Cooked the Last Supper?), the Sunday Independent reporter was placed third behind Harriet Tubman, the runaway slave and spy, and Shirin Edaldi, the 2003 Nobel Peace Prize winner and Iranian attorney. News submitted by Barbara Davies