Right I would just like to apologies for not posting in a while but its been a bit of a roller coaster ride over the last few days and I’ve been so involved with streaming Constantine and tweeting that I couldn’t get on here. So if you haven’t already heard and I would think that would be impossible with the way twitter and the Internet lit up on Friday Constantine has been officially cancelled by NBC.
It’s a network executive decision and how ever upset fans become about it there isn’t a great deal that anyone can do so now the thing to do is to move on as this doesn’t necessarily mean the demise of Constantine even though the Neigh Sayers would love it to be (not naming any names but bear comes to mind)
Even though NBC has left it late in the season to cancel the show it still has a chance of being picked up by another network working with a very tight schedule for the fall season of shows.
CW-Network, Fox and others are genuine possibilities for the pick up and many stars of other shows have jumped on board stating that they would love to do a cross over guest appearance on the show.
Actors getting behind saving the show are
To have other leading actors showing support for another show like this is rare and wonderful to see 🙂
Daniel Cerone stated on twitter
but also thanked NBC for giving them season one as he is such a gentlement 🙂
@NBC for Season 1. Got a nice call from the powers there. We were considered but they feel they had a strong development season.
Daniel Cerone retweeted Mark Sheppard
So what do we do now? The best thing is to keep streaming Constantine to show all the networks out there that there is a big demand for it. Keep using the #tag Constantine and Hellblazers to show we can still trend Constantine on twitter but don’t tag NBC leave them alone and don’t stream off their site if you can help it. Politely call and email networks showing your support for the show and to see if we can encourage one of them to take it on for a second season. Make as much noise as possible 🙂 but remember in the process please don’t rag on NBC as that will have the opposite effect to what needs to be achieved, no network would like to take on a fan base that can be antagonistic towards their company.
I’m sure that in the end it will all come out in the wash and Constantine will finally find a home that it deserves, that will support and grow it making it the brilliantly eccentric fantastic show that it can be.