NBC’s Constantine returns this Friday with a new episode and a new timeslot—8 p.m. (7 p.m. CST). This week’s new episode, “The Saint of Last Resorts, Part 2,” picks up right where last month’s cliffhanger of a midseason finale left off. Of course, you’ve been watching, so you know where that is… right?
Tonight’s all new episode of Constantine, “The Saint of Last Resorts,” not only serves as the show’s gripping midseason finale, but also introduces yet another face from John’s past… and from his Vertigo comic, Hellblazer.
If you're familiar with Vertigo's Hellblazer series, you've likely noticed quite a few elements from it on NBC's Constantine. Not only does the series draw its three main characters directly from the comic, but it's also gone so far as to adapt actual storylines, such as November 14th's "A Feast For Friends."
Tonight, Constantine returns with an episode that introduces a remarkable relationship and character--Angélica Celaya's Zed. We spoke with Celaya about how closely the show's Zed will reflect its comic book counterpart, and whether she may may be destined for some pretty divine things.
Constantine debuts tonight, and fans are likely setting their DVRs as we speak. Yet, over the course of his thirty year history, Constantine’s gone through a few changes and different interpretations. Which version will we see onscreen? We spoke with Constantine Executive Producer David S. Goyer and Writer and Executive Producer Daniel Cerone recently about the comics that served as their inspiration
Throughout his storied history, John Constantine has conned, collaborated and collided with a diverse cast of characters. We know we’ll be seeing some of them brought to life on the show starting with the three who form the show's core: Constantine, Chas and Zed.
This Friday, October 24th, NBC will premiere the eagerly awaited Constantine, their new horror series based on the iconic comic book character.
Four of these five storylines actually took place in DC or Vertigo comic books. The fifth is completely made up on the spot. Can you find the fake?