So, far we have "Arrow" and "The Flash" on CW and "Gotham" coming to FOX, and it was just announced that "Constantine" will be the next DC character to get it's own show, this one on NBC.
"Constantine" will be coming to NBC and it will be based on the "New 52 Constantine" that restarted the anti-hero as a younger character. The writers for the show are David S. Goyer who worked on "Batman Begins" and "Man of Steel" and Daniel Cerone writer for "The Mentalist".
Constantine was a 2005 movie that feature Kean Reeves and Rachel Weisz and showed the more darker side of the anti hero.
But, what does this mean for the "Dark Universe" movie based on the comics, "Justice League Dark" movie that was confirmed by Guillermo del Toro. Will they continue the movie? Will they tie together or be totally different stories/character backgrounds.
So, set your DVR's for a superhero marathon on television - "Arrow", "Flash", "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." "Gotham" "Constantine" and more? Are you ready for this lineup of heroes?
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