CONSTANTINE Television Series Heading To NBC; MAN OF STEEL's David S. Goyer To Produce
We already have Arrow on the CW, with The Flash not too far behind. Well, following the announcement earlier this week that a Commissioner Gordon focused Gotham is heading to Fox, Warner Bros. are now developing a John Constantine series on NBC! Read on for details.
Deadline has revealed that John Constantine is heading to the small screen on NBC, with Warner Bros. TV and DC Comics developing the project with writer and executive producer Daniel Cerone (The Mentalist). David S. Goyer - who worked on The Dark Knight Trilogy and penned Man of Steel - will also serve as a producer. Like the recently launched "The New 52" series, the TV show will be called Constantine. According to the site, it will focus on: "John Constantine, an enigmatic and irreverent con man-turned-reluctant supernatural detective who is thrust into the role of defending us against dark forces from beyond." What this means for the rumoured Justice League Dark movie is unclear, but we now have Arrow, Gotham, The Flash and this all on the small screen or being developed for it. An exciting time to be a DC fan, wouldn't you say?
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