Constantine series reportedly coming to HBO Max, Matt Ryan not part of plans

HBO Max is developing a Constantine series for the streaming network but has no plans to have Matt Ryan continue in the role. Matt Ryan has portrayed Constantine for the DC world since 2017 but it appears HBO Max is looking for something different in their lead character. HBO Max bringing back Constantine According to

Magic, Speedsters & Constantine to populate second half of Legends Of Tomorrow

Tonight sees the start of the second half of Legends Of Tomorrow’s third season, filling in for Supergirl which is on a short break. When we last saw the chaotic band of heroes we were saddened by the death of Dr. Martin Stein (Victor Garber) and Jefferson Jackson aka Firestorm (Franz Drameh). Both were founding


NBC’s ‘Constantine’ Blessed Are Damned Preview, and Some Thoughts

John Constantine battles demons, courts with an angel, but is he religious? Absolutely not. Tonight’s episode “The Blessed Are Damned” perfectly explains why. Deep in the Bible Belt, in a town not too much unlike the upstate Louisiana towns in “True Detective,” there’s a town preacher named Zachary giving one of those lurid snake holding

Constantine ‘Danse Vaudou’ on NBC – Friday, November 21 Preview

Very few television shows get better and better over time, some start off great and go downhill from there, others just go down from the start. That is not the case with NBC’s Constantine. Since a tepid pilot that underwhelmed yet introduced the DC comics character John Constantine to the small screen, Constantine has been

Angélica Celaya Dishes on Zed, ‘Constantine’ and What’s To Come

Based on the wildly popular comic book series “Hellblazer” from DC Comics, seasoned demon hunter and master of the occult John Constantine (Matt Ryan) is armed with a ferocious knowledge of the dark arts and a naughty wit. His soul is already damned to hell, so he’s decided to abandon his campaign against evil until


NBC’s ‘Constantine’ Arrives Oct. 24, Everything You Need To Know VIDEOS

Comic books are the hot s**t of television right now, let’s face it. From the walker infested wasteland of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” to The CW’s les enfants terrible duo of “Arrow” and “The Flash” starring DC’s “Justice League” buddies, television is taking on a world held in such high regard to fans of the