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NBC Cancels “Constantine”

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NBC Cancels “Constantine”

After the show spent months lingering in limbo, “Constantine” has officially been cancelled by NBC, according to a Tweet from showrunner Daniel Cerone.

Premiering in October with 4.28 million viewers, “Constantine” boasts a vocal fanbase and decent reviews, but hasn’t been able to find an audience on Friday nights (the fabled “death slot”). The series, based on the DC Comics/Vertigo antihero John Constantine, wasn’t among the network’s initial early renewals and there has been talk that it would move to NBC’s sister network Syfy. In his Tweet, Cerone seems hopeful that such a deal can still rescue the show.

In April, Cerone met with the president of Warner Bros. and and the entertainment heads of NBC in an attempt to save the show from cancellation, though it appears they ultimately decided against renewing it.

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