Constantine

‘Arrow’s ‘Constantine’ Crossover Confirmed to Return Sara, More New Details

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick August 12, 2015 @ 5:29 PM
The CW / NBC
Arrow Season 4 shocked and delighted DC fans with news that Warner Bros. had actually approved Matt Ryan‘s now-canceled Constantine to crop up in Starling City for a crossover, many speculating what would bring the demon-fighter into Oliver Queen’s world. Now, new details confirm that Constantine will have a hand in Sara Lance’s pre-Legends resurrection, among other surprises.

‘Arrow’ Season 4 Officially Conjures a ‘Constantine’ Crossover!

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick August 11, 2015 @ 4:21 PM
The CW / NBC
The untimely (and repeated) cancellation of NBC’s Constantine didn’t stop the rumor mill from suggesting that Arrow Season 4 might pickup the DC demon-fighting detective for a crossover event, though rights issues seemingly tangled things up. Whatever magic spell Constantine seems to have cast has worked, as Matt Ryan will officially reprise the role in Arrow Season 4!

‘Arrow’ Season 4 Still Chasing That ‘Constantine’ Crossover

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 15, 2015 @ 10:33 PM
The CW / Warner Bros.
Particularly after another Comic-Con, the sting of Constantine’s cancellation still smarts, not only for lack of a second season, but also the dream of a DC crossover. That said, Arrow is reportedly still trying to conjure John Constantine an appearance in Season 4, and may yet return the Hellblazer to life after all.

‘Constantine’ Showrunner Declares Series Officially Dead, Officially

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 7, 2015 @ 5:52 PM
NBC
NBC’s Constantine has traversed a rocky road, suffering in ratings, enduring an accidental early cancellation, then an official one, and at long last John Constantine may have finally met his match. No amount of the supernatural can conjure salvation from Constantine’s latest fate, as showrunner Daniel Cerone says the show is officially over.

Canceled ‘Constantine’ Not Likely to Continue on The CW

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick May 14, 2015 @ 10:01 AM
NBC
NBC’s cancellation of Constantine set off the familiar scramble to find the series a new home, though showrunner Daniel Cerone seemed optimistic The CW might look to add to its growing DC stable, with whom crossover talks have already occurred. Not so it seems, as The CW may not be Constantine’s salvation after all.

‘Arrow’ and ‘Constantine’ Crossover Still in Play, Says Stephen Amell and Showrunner

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick May 12, 2015 @ 2:43 PM
The CW
Arrow Season 3 will wind down this week as Constantine frantically scours the tube for a new home after its NBC cancellation, but could the two end up intertwined? Stephen Amell has expressed an interest in doing a crossover with DC’s demon-fighting detective, which apparently has almost come to fruition before.

Update: DC’s ‘Constantine’ Formally Canceled at NBC?

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 14, 2015 @ 1:05 PM
NBC
Amid the flurry of new superhero TV series in development, NBC’s Constantine never quite caught on the way DC’s A-List CW stars or even Marvel’s minimalist approach did. Now, a report has surfaced suggesting NBC might formally have pulled the plug on Constantine, leaving the demon-fighting detective without a home (for now).

NBC’s ‘Constantine’ Considering Syfy Move for Season 2?

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick February 9, 2015 @ 3:08 PM
NBC
This Friday will see NBC airing the last of its initial 13-episode ‘Constantine’ order, certainly a worrying notion for those concerned by the network’s recent exclusion of the DC drama among multiple renewals. There may yet be hope for ‘Constantine’ however, as NBC is reportedly considering moving a second season to Syfy, and allowing a bit more creative freedom.

NBC’s ‘Constantine’: Executives Comment on Potential for Season 2

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 16, 2015 @ 5:10 PM
NBC
NBC’s ‘Constantine’ has managed impressive turnaround in bringing fan eyes to the DC drama, but the network itself may not be so convinced of the show’s potential for season 2. Following the decision to keep its first season at 13 episodes, NBC executives have offered uncertain, if vaguely promising comments on the fate of ‘Constantine.’