Gladiators is a TV series starring Tom Williams, Zoe Naylor, and Bill Harrigan. A new Australian version of the sports challenge series where two female and two male challengers put their strength, agility, stamina and power to the test against the Gladiators in four ... See full summary »
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Tom Williams ...  Himself - Host 15 episodes, 2008
...  Herself - Host 15 episodes, 2008
Bill Harrigan ...  Himself - Referee 15 episodes, 2008
Zac Kozyrski ...  Hunter 15 episodes, 2008
Tiffiny Hall ...  Angel 15 episodes, 2008
Anthony Koutoufides ...  Kouta 15 episodes, 2008
Hayley Bateup ...  Nitro 15 episodes, 2008
Michael Gore ...  Scar 15 episodes, 2008
Tatiana Grigorieva ...  Olympia 15 episodes, 2008
Bobby Tuimaualuga ...  Tank 15 episodes, 2008
Ali Ahmadi ...  Nomad 15 episodes, 2008
...  Viper 15 episodes, 2008
Jackson Mullane ...  Outlaw 15 episodes, 2008
Andrew Paschalidis ...  Commentator / ... 15 episodes, 2008
...  Thunder 15 episodes, 2008
Shari Onley ...  Amazon 15 episodes, 2008
Stephanie Lethborg ...  Bionica 15 episodes, 2008
Karen Harding ...  Destiny 15 episodes, 2008
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A new Australian version of the sports challenge series where two female and two male challengers put their strength, agility, stamina and power to the test against the Gladiators in four games, before competing against each other in the Eliminator. Written by Allister Coots

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Referenced in It Takes Two: Series 3 Quarter Final (2008) See more »

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What was i really expecting
30 March 2008 | by See all my reviews

well in an attempt to relive my childhood i tuned into Gladiators... and well - all the cheesiness was there and a whole lot more. I found it SO scripted it was painful - the gladiators all seemed like they couldn't believe what the show was making them say e.g. "you've just been Viperised..." com'on seriously...whats more is that i'm amazed that for the first show the gladiators already had a massive fan base in the audience with we love you and your the best posters with them and neatly spread apart so the camera could cut to them for a "cheer" cutaway...i seem to think the producers had something to do with this. At least it feels a little Australian but it is still nothing without Mike Whitney.. just another show of light entertainment can't be too critical i supposed.


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