We know that Constantine's arrival in Star City has something to do with Sara Lance, but Arrow executive producer Wendy Mericle has now revealed new details about both that, and whether or not this really is going to be a one-off appearance for the fan-favourite character...
Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim has spilled the beans of John Constantine's (Matt Ryan) "one-time only deal" to appear in The CW series, including how his arrival in Star City will be tied to the resurrection of Sara Lance, a.k.a. Legends of Tomorrow's White Canary!
It may not have received a second season, but #ConstantineLives on The CW! It has been confirmed today that Matt Ryan will reprise the role of John Constantine in season four of Arrow, and you can get all the latest details on how that's going to play out after the jump...
Back when it appeared as if there was a chance Constantine could be saved, Arrow star Stephen Amell offered to guest star in the series. However, it now sounds like Matt Ryan may end up paying a visit to Star City to meet the Green Arrow. Hit the jump for details...
Short of an appearance in Arrow at some point, a final minute reprieve for Constantine simply isn't going to happen; the show is dead! That's a great shame, and you can find a farewell message from star Matt Ryan and an image of the set being taken down after the jump...
NBC decided not to renew Constantine for a second season, but there were rumours that it might end up elsewhere (including SyFy and The CW). Sadly, that didn't work out, and the show is now officially dead. Hit the jump for comments from executive producer Daniel Cerone...
Agent Carter, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Arrow, Constantine, Daredevil, The Flash, Gotham, iZombie, The Walking Dead, and many more. All of these showed aired in the 2014/15 season, but which was the best? Here's your chance to let us know...
After voicing his support for fellow DC TV show Constantine yesterday, Arrow's Stephen Amell has now revealed he's actually had discussions about a possible guest appearance on the show in the past - for a very specific reason. Read on for more!
Despite the official cancellation of Constantine, could we see an Oliver Queen/John Constantine team up in the future? Well, the man behind the hood in the CW's Arrow claims that he would very happily feature in an episode of the show... if it's brought back from the dead.
Premature reports on the cancellation of the small screen DC Vertigo adaptation gave fans some hope that we'd see a second season, but now producer Daniel Cerone has put the final nail in Constantine's coffin with a Twitter update. Is there a chance of new life elsewhere?
A pitch for a second season of Constantine with NBC took place a few days ago. David S. Goyer teased potential season 2 details on Twitter. Fans will be excited about one of the tweets, which mentions what supernatural heroes would appear in the second season (if the show is renewed). Check it out!
After the recent scare of cancelation earlier today, the show's producer has come out to confirm that CONSTANTINE is indeed not canceled... yet.
With rumors of cancelation floating for a while, and much to fan's discontent, it looks as if NBC has decided to pull the plug on the (oc)cult show.
In a recent interview with IGN, Guillermo del Toro offers an update DARK UNIVERSE film adaptation over at Warner Bros. which has been in the works since 2012. However, scheduling conflicts with his current TV series mean that "Somebody will do it", but most likely not him. Hit the jump and take a looK!
Looks like Constantine manages to survive as the series get picked up for a second season by NBC. There's also a lot that will be happening in the new season of Constantine as we will be introduced to many fan favorites. Take the jump to find out more!
Constantine executive producer Daniel Cerone is meeting with NBC to pitch season 2 ideas at the end of April. Are you hoping the show will be saved and if so, what do you hope to see? Certainly, The Spectre is something that's begging to be further explored.
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The Comic Book Guys talk Comic Book TV from Agent Carter to The Flash, Constantine, Arrow, Gotham, and The Walking Dead! Also, an X-Men Movie Chat! (WARNING: Contains Adult Language)
It turns out the TV series Constantine, much like the character John Constantine himself, doesn’t quit when things look bleak. The creator of Constantine, took to Twitter to answer a fan’s question regarding the future of the show. His answer is sure to give fans some much needed hope!
There's still no word on a possible second season for Constantine on either NBC or Syfy, but you can find out more about Friday's epic finale ("Waiting for the Man") as writer Cameron Welsh joins the cast to discuss the Rising Darkness and much more in this featurette. Hit the jump to check it out!