|"Non Est Asylum"|
Season 1, Episode 1
|Airdate||October 24th, 2014|
|Writer||Daniel Cerone; David S. Goyer|
|Producer||Daniel Cerone; David S. Goyer; Dieter Ismagil; James Spies|
|Starring||Matt Ryan; Lucy Griffiths; Charles Halford; Harold Perrineau|
|Next||"The Darkness Beneath"|
"Non Est Asylum" is the pilot episode of season one of the supernatural horror series Constantine. The series is based on the Hellblazer comic book series by DC Comics. The episode was directed by Neil Marshall with a script written by Daniel Cerone based on a story written by Cerone and David S. Goyer. It first aired on NBC on Friday, October 24th, 2014 at 8:00 pm.
Principal Cast Edit
|Matt Ryan||John Constantine|
|Lucy Griffiths||Liv Aberdine|
|Charles Halford||Chas Chandler|
Guest Stars Edit
|Jeremy Davies||Ritchie Simpson|
|Lisa Darr||Liv's mother|
|Miles Anderson||Doctor Roger Huntoon|
|Victor McCay||Security guard|
|Bailey Tippen||Astra Logue|
|Leon Lamar||Old man|
|Mark Ashworth||Nervous man|
|Stephen Paul Astor||Assistant M.E.|
|Amy Lynn Tuttle||Emma|
|Jason Saucier||Homicide detective|
|Tonia Jackson||Grieving mother|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Although credited as a main character, this is the first and only appearance of Liv Aberdine.
- Liv Aberdine was originally conceived a main character on the series, but was cut from the show following the pilot episode. Executive producer Daniel Cerone felt that she would always be presented as a reactive character and that this hamstrung the writers. Writer and executive producer David S. Goyer felt that they had written themselves into a corner with Liv, and decided instead to replace her with a character from the actual Hellblazer comic book series Zed Martin. 
- Actress Lucy Griffiths is also known for playing the role of Nora Gainsborough on the HBO television series True Blood.
- The title of this episode is Latin for "There Is Not Asylum".
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External Links Edit
- ↑ Science Fiction.com; "Why Was Liv Aberdine Cut From Constantine?"; Silverio, Ben.