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Tuesday, November 25, 2014



NBC's 'Constantine' Production To Halt After 13-Episodes


NBC announced several day's ago (via Deadline) that freshmen TV series Constantine based on DC Comics Hellbalzer series will halt all production after 13 episodes. Now while other freshmen NBC shows like Bad Judge and A to Z have officially been cancelled after one season; Constantine still may get a second season! Since the in initial announcement that the season will only run 13-episodes a Twitter campaign with the hashtag #SaveConstantine has sprung up to keep the show alive and supported by star Matt Ryan himself.
Many attributed to the not stellar ratings to the fact NBC has kept the show on a late Friday night time slot and not during primetime. But the show has steadily grown in viewership over it's last several episodes with this past Friday it's highest ever.

Matt Ryan has proven himself as the perfect interpretation of the character and many hoped would one day crossover into the still unannounced Justice League: Dark by Pacific Rim director Guillermo del Toro.

Constantine debuts every Friday night on NBC

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