Stephen Amell Pitches An "Arrow" Crossover To #SaveConstantine

Some fans have more to do than cry over the cancellation of "Constantine."

Though the NBC drama based on DC's Vertigo classic has officially received the network axe, the series remains perhaps the only show out there earning a vocal response for revival elsewhere from online fandom (What...there aren't any "Marry Me" fans clamoring for more?).

Deadline notes again the persistent rumor that SyFy may be interested in bringing the Warner Bros. TV production into its stable, but perhaps the most upbeat word of support yet came from "Arrow" star Stephen Amell who Tweeted out an interesting challenge to potential bidders for the show:

#SaveConstantine -- Hey TV Networks / Netflix and the like... If you pick up the show, I'll guest star.

- Stephen Amell (@amellywood) May 9, 2015

And that in turn had a pretty good response from across the DCU aisle:

Can't wait. Constantine & Queen want to get shit done. Let's make it happen. #Constantine https://t.co/9R0tM3HQTx

- Stephen Amell (@amellywood) May 9, 2015

Will that support be enoungh to pique the interest of a different channel? Series producer Daniel Cerone hopes so. As he noted yesterday, "Constantine" became a trending topic on Twitter shortly after its cancellation was announced.

#Constantine fans are redefining what fan means. In this TV age fans have a voice. YOURS ARE BEING HEARD #Hellblazers pic.twitter.com/QhDqN5yHU0

- Daniel Cerone (@DanielVCerone) May 8, 2015

We intend to make something happen. Don't blink. #Constantine #Hellblazers @CW_network @Mark_Sheppard https://t.co/mhffZhetm5

- Daniel Cerone (@DanielVCerone) May 9, 2015

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