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These are the 9 most disappointing cancellations of 2015, a year absolutely full of TV series coming to an end. To be clear, these are shows that were straight-up shut down by the networks, and not ones that ended in an amiable way. Torches are still burning over some of these.
Your televisions have never been home to more scripted series than they were in 2015, and this overall peak in recent years has seen a sizeable trickle of comic book TV shows emerging and (mostly) surviving. Here are the 10 most popular ones, at least as far as ratings are concerned.
In a show revolving around an entire team of superheroes, you'd think a serious budget would be a no brainer. And yet…
Following John Constantine’s appearance on Arrow, fans have renewed their efforts in seeing the character’s show brought back by launching a new campaign.
Matt Ryan reprised his role as John Constantine in last night’s Arrow episode “Haunted,” and while in Star City, the chain-smoking occultist used the opportunity to take a shot at his former TV home.
Season 4 of Arrow has taken audiences in an entirely new direction as the magical and mystical are explored further than we could have ever expected. "Haunted" introduced John Constantine into the fold, and here are three reasons he needs to return as soon as possible.
In upcoming Arrow episode “Haunted,” Stephen Amell’s Oliver Queen will be paid a visit by Matt Ryan’s John Constantine to help with a supernatural problem. Ryan is reprising the role of the exorcist extraordinaire after his show Constantine was cancelled on NBC, but Amell is optimistic.
Season 4 of Arrow has gotten off to an exciting start as the show begins to delve into the mystical for the first time. With a former heroine recently resurrected into something monstrous, it's no surprise that Oliver Queen will call in an expert on the supernatural.
John Constantine is making his return to TV in a couple weeks for in Arrow Season 4, but the creative team had to jump through a lot of hoops just to get Matt Ryan to reprise his role. Here's what it took.
As a TV network that has existed for over 70 years, NBC has expectedly and understandably brought an end to plenty of shows that fans were pissed to see leaving. Here are 13 series that were too good to ever get canceled, much less canceled so early into their runs. And yes, Matthew Perry shows up.
Despite DC's success on the small screen, there was one venture that got axed fairly early on in its run. Although there were several reasons why Constantine was not a success, executive producer David Goyer has a broader opinion.
We’ve known for a while that one of the big events this season would be the arrival of John Constantine during the season, and at New York Comic-Con this weekend, the CW gave us our first good look at the cynical occult detective.
Although he’s only confirmed for one episode, Constantine’s inclusion on Arrow Season 4 shouldn’t be looked at as a mere cameo. On the contrary, executive producer March Guggenheim says it will be offer more of the chain-smoking occultist.
John Constantine coming to Arrow is undoubtedly exciting for fans of DC’s Hellblazer, and one of the showrunners is quick to point out that the character’s introduction makes sense story-wise given the mystical elements at play this fall.
Matt Ryan's time playing a live-action version of DC Comics' John Constantine was cut short earlier this year when NBC decided to not order a second season of the character's show, Constantine. Since then, we've heard whispers that the same incarnation of the character could live on.