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'Constantine' Canceled By NBC - Will Season 2 Happen at a Different Network?

Constantine Cancelled NBC Season 2
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After a valiant effort by the fans and cast of Constantine, NBC has officially declined to renew the series for season 2. Still, that does not mean that the #SaveConstantine has failed - at least not yet. As producers are attempting to find the series a new home on a different network.

The road, so far, has not been easy for the Warner Bros. show. Following a premiere at San Diego Comic-Con, the show underwent significant revisions - including the complete removal of Constantine co-star Liv (Lucy Griffith) in favor of a more familiar DC character Zed (played by Angélica Celaya) but failed to capture a large enough return audience for ongoing placement at NBC. Fans of the series, performers, and comic book characters rallied around Constantine in the hope of encouraging NBC to give the show another shot for success. Nevertheless, after a significant drop in ratings following the series premiere, Constantine struggled to gain new viewers - leaving NBC little option but to pass on season 2.

Report of Constantine's cancellation came directly from series producer Daniel Cerone - who delivered the news via Twitter, thanking fans and the network, while also teasing a possible season 2 return on a different channel.

Check out Cerone's summary of Constantine's future below:

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