Posted by:
Matt McGloin

Constantine Not Cancelled; Season 2 A Possibility



Constantine recently aired its season finale, and with it remains the question whether or not we'll get to see a Season 2.

Seeing how Season 1 ended, I have to say we better get a Season 2, and that is not only to see more from Jim Corrigan and the Spectre, but also to see how Constantine will deal with what happened at the conclusion of the episode. 

NBC didn't order additional episodes past the initial thirteen, and they haven't yet decided to greenlight Season 2.

Fans have been taking to social media with #SaveConstantine to voice their support.

Showrunner Daniel Cerone has also been vocal on Twitter as he regularly live-tweets the series and offers updates.

The latest tweets from Cerone offer that fans should watch Constantine where it's available online and on-demand. 

Cerone also says we might not find out if Constantine has a Season 2 until May as that is when the networks will decide their plans for next Fall.

Daniel Cerone also teased the fans by revealing they have additional season one scripts for episodes 14-16.

Angelica Celaya, who plays Zed in the series, stated in an interview that the episodes that didn't get a chance to air will be pushed to Season 2.

Cerone also added that Constantine is an expensive show; stating it's not cancelled as, again, they will pitch NBC new episodes come May.

You can watch episodes of Constantine on NBC, Hulu, Amazon and iTunes.