David S. Goyer Doesn’t Think Constantine Should Had Been On NBC

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David S. Goyer who was a co-creator to the NBC television series Constantine, which was cancelled after only 13 episodes in its first season, spoke to Variety on his thoughts on the series, it’s cancelation by NBC, his thoughts on Matt Ryan as John Constantine and his return in an upcoming episode of Arrow.

“I loved ‘Constantine,’” Goyer said. “In retrospect, I don’t think it should have been on NBC. I think it was the wrong channel and I’m sure they probably agree with that as well. We almost doubled our numbers in DVR numbers, but they weren’t quite there in network television in counting those metrics,” he said. “If it had been on a basic cable channel, it could still be on.”

On Matt Ryan:

“I adore Matt and I think he is the definitive depiction of the character, and I think it is super cool that Greg (Berlanti) and Andrew (Kreisberg) brought him into that show,” Goyer said of Ryan’s impending cameo.

To read the full interview head over to Variety.com.

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  • Mike Fubar

    They need to make season two and put it on CBS with Supergirl or just mix matt Ryan into the cw universe because he was a great portrayal of Constantine