Despite DC Entertainment’s recent success on television, one series that has struggled was NBC’s Constantine. The show, which is the second live action version of fan-favorite character John Constantine, was not given a full 20-something episode first season. Instead, it concluded with 13 episodes, which is shorter than, say, Arrow and The Flash‘s 23 episode seasons.
Constantine struggled with ratings – a 10 pm on Friday slot for its first episodes has received some blame for that – leading to doubts of a second season. Despite a “#SaveConstantine” movement from a dedicated fanbase, it looks like John Constantine won’t be back on NBC this fall.
It has been confirmed that the network has canceled Constantine, and the series will not return for a second season. However, for fans hoping to see more of the Hellblazer, Warner Bros. TV is reportedly shopping the series to other networks. So, even though NBC has passed on more Constantine, there is a possibility that another platform could pick it up. We’ll just have to wait and see.
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