'Constantine' Animated Series Coming To CW Seed; Network Renews 'Arrow,' 'Flash' & More! [VIDEO]By Ernest A, UniversityHerald Reporter
Comic book aficionados and couch potatoes alike who are all familiar with the TV series "Constantine" will be surprised to know that the show will be coming back on the small screens on The CW Seed as an animated series. Moreover, longtime fans of the popular DC heroes network series "Arrow," "Flash," "Supergirl," and more will also be delighted to hear that the network has decided to continue and renew the series, according to sources.
It was recently reported that the TV show "Constantine," which was based off of the acclaimed comic book "Hellblazer" by Vertigo that was first published back in January 1988, is now coming back to homes everywhere as an animated series, IGN noted. It was stated therein that the announcement came from The CW that they intend to bring back the series on THE CW Seed.
Moreover, it was also mentioned that the "Constantine" animated series on The CW Seed will be including Matt Ryan, who previously starred as the lead character in the live action adaptation on the NBC series. Ryan was said to return this time around to lend his voice as the main protagonist, John Constantine.
Moreover, the "Constantine" animated series on The CW Seed will be produced by Greg Berlanti, known for his contribution on other television series like "Dawson's Creek," "Everwood," and including The CW's own "Arrowverse."
Speaking about "Arrowverse," The CW head Mark Pedowitz also shared his thoughts on the effect of bringing back "Constantine" as an animated series on The CW Seed. He said that they're all connected now as they look at CW Seed as an extension. As of late, there haven't been any news as to which live action supporting characters may return to the new show.
That being said, fans of The CW can expect more "Arrow," "The Flash," "Supergirl," and "Legends of Tomorrow" since they have been all renewed, Empire Online reported. It was said that "Arrow" will now be hitting its sixth season, "The Flash" will be starting on its fourth, with "Supergirl" and "Legends of Tomorrow" following on their third seasons.