Save Constantine Petition Launched By Fans

 

Outraged by the cancellation of the television show Constantine a group of fans have officially launched a petition to bring back the dark show. The group is calling it “Save Constantine”. However after six months you would expect it to be something a little more befitting. The petition has almost reached its goal of 5,000 signature goal. After this goal has been met the group plans on presenting it to any and everyone from individuals as well as networks, such as The CW. With Constantine being able to be crossed over into other stories on The CW such as Arrow it would make sense for them to start there. Even with the show originally being on NBC, it does not stop the flexibility that the show demonstrates or its ability to play well with others in the DC Universe.

While the goal of 5,000 signatures seems like a pretty decent mark it pales in comparison to the show’s earlier petition back in November of 2014, that received over 30,000 signatures. So it is hard to say if NBC will do anything with the Save Constantine petition seeing as the network series finished with 3.13 million viewers in its finale in February. The actor Matt Ryan seems to be up for the return of the show and told ComicBook.Com that,

But as I said, this character has been so enjoyable to play that it’s something that I would jump into at any time, to be honest with you.

So do you think that Constantine is doomed to just be a guest star or do you see the television show coming back? Comment below and let us know what you think.

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Brandon Richardson

Hey everyone, my name is Brandon and it has always been a dream to work in comic books. And to do this is amazing and a lot of fun for me because not only do I get to read and write about what DC Comics is doing but it gives me more insight into who the characters are.
  • mbradleyc

    I would think a link to the petition would be good here. It’s on change.org. It looks like the goal is 15,000 signatures too, not just 5,000 and they are just over 2,000 short of that.