Created by Daniel Cerone and David S. Goyer, Constantine is a darkly comedic NBC sitcom about a man who investigates mystical phenomena.
John Constantine, portrayed by Matt Ryan, is a DC Comics character who is an English exorcist and supernatural agent that investigates the paranormal and other dimensions.
It debuted on October 24, 2014, and ended its first season on February 13, 2015. John Constantine is at the center of the story.
A devil hunter with a fiery passion, he is. He’s fighting demons while trying to make peace with his mistakes of the past. Read on for the most recent information about season 2 of Constantine.
Constantine Season 2 Cast
If season 2 was ever made, the following characters might return for the sequel.
- Matt Ryan as John Constantine- the protagonist of the series.
- Lucy Griffiths as Liv Aberdine.
- Angélica Celaya as Mary “Zed” Martin
- Charles Halford as Francis “Chas” Chandler
- Harold Perrineau as Manny
- Michael James Shaw as Papa Midnite
- Bailey Tippen as Astra Logue
- Jeremy Davies as Ritchie Simpson
- Emmett J. Scanlan as Jim Corrigan
- Jonjo O’Neill as Gary “Gaz” Lester
Constantine Season 2 Release Date
Due to low ratings, NBC decided to discontinue Constantine after its first season. For the 2014 fall season, the first eight episodes premiered on Friday nights at 10 o’clock.
NBC decided that Constantine wasn’t worth the investment because the show’s youthful core demographic wouldn’t be able to watch it live, but it did well when viewers viewed it later via DVR or streaming.
The network did not pick up the remaining nine episodes of the first season, and moving the show to Fridays at 8 p.m. during primetime did not improve its ratings when it returned from its winter hiatus.
Constantine was canceled on May 8, 2015, but it wasn’t the end of the smoking warlock’s story.
Constantine Season 2 Plot
The tale opens with Constantine’s defeat by the monster Nergal and the subsequent loss of the soul of a young girl named Astra. He eventually becomes an expert exorcist thanks to the hard lessons he’s learned along the way. After several years, Chas Chandler finally finds him and begs for his assistance.
After investigating the location where Chandler’s daughter Tricia is in a coma, Constantine is convinced that demons are to blame.
Further inquiry revealed that the woman in the hospital bed was not Tricia at all, but merely a body where her spirit was being held captive by a demon named Beroul. Satan has victimized many others in this way before.
In exchange for the return of their souls, Beroul is asking Constantine for a favor. He suggests he cast out some additional demons, such as his competitors in the business world. Constantine agrees with this assessment. The question then becomes, “Can a demon ever be trusted?”
Turns out, Beroul has something up his sleeve, and teaming up with Constantine could end up costing his business more than it’s worth. Constantine needs to figure it out quickly before the monster steals his soul.