Title: Constantine
Format: Live-action
Genres: Horror
Rating: TV-14
Running time: 60 min.
country: USA
Network: NBC
Seasons: 1
Episodes: 13
Production company: Ever After Productions
Warner Bros. Television
Executive producers: Daniel Cerone; David S. Goyer; Mark Verheiden; Christine Boylan
Producers: Neal Ahern, Jr.; James Spies; Dieter Ismagil; Romeo Tirone
Principal cast: Matt Ryan; Harold Perrineau; Angélica Celaya; Charles Halford
Air dates
First aired: October 24th, 2014
Last aired: February 13th, 2015

Constantine is an American television series of the supernatural horror genre. It is based on the DC Comics comic book series Hellblazer, which features the character of occult magus John Constantine. The television series was created by Daniel Cerone and David S. Goyer and produced by Ever After Productions and Warner Bros. Television. It began airing on NBC on October 24th, 2014. The series stars Matt Ryan in the leading role of John Constantine, Charles Halford as John's chauffeur and BFF, Chas Chandler, Angélica Celaya as the psychic, Zed Martin, and Harold Perrineau as a pain-in-the-arse angel named Manny.

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  • Constantine aired on Friday evenings at 10:00 pm.
  • The tagline for this series is "The demons he fights aren't just his own".
  • The character of John Constantine was created by British writer Alan Moore and artist Steve Bissette. He deputed in the pages of Saga of the Swamp Thing #37 in 1985, and soon branched off into his own ongoing comic series Hellblazer, which ran for three-hundred issues from 1988 to 2013.
  • The Constantine TV series is actually the second live-action iteration of the character. A Constantine feature film directed by Francis Lawrence and starring Keanu Reeves was released in 2005.
  • The series halted production on Constantine following its initial thirteen episode run. At the time, the future of the program remained in contention. [1]
  • In April, 2015, the website Buzzfeed issued a premature article announcing the show's cancellation, but the story was quickly recalled, leaving fans to speculate as to whether or not they would see their British bad boy again. [2]
  • On May 11th, 2015, the official notice of Constantines cancellation was announced. [3]
  • NBC policies restricts the use of casuals visually smoking in their programs. Although John Constantine is portrayed as a smoker, there is never a seen where he is ever shown actually exhaling cigarette smoke.

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