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‘Constantine’ to End Run With 13 Episodes

But NBC's DC Comics take is still in contention for a second season

‘Constantine’: TV Review

The DC Comics character comes to life on the small screen, but the pilot doesn't do him justice although the lead actor does

‘Constantine’ Star Matt Ryan: “He’s Not Afraid to Stick the Middle Finger to the Devil”

A new creative direction prompted a swap in female leads: "More conflict" for the characters "can be more interesting"

Comic Book Critical Mass: Producers Dish on What Title Could Be Next

The geeky executive producers behind today's crop of superheroes weigh in

Comic Book Critical Mass: Inside TV’s Biggest Bet

Fall's new season reveals how TV is following the movies with sometimes obscure comic book adaptations that will strain to satisfy both nerds and a broad audience all at once: "It's the Goldilocks problem: It has to be juuuust right"

From ‘Warcraft’ to Wonder Woman: Who Won and Lost at Comic-Con

For studios and networks, Comic-Con is like "Game of Thrones": You win or you die.

Angelica Celaya Boards NBC’s ‘Constantine’ as Zed

UPDATED: "She’s someone who can go toe to toe with John [Constantine]," said executive producer Daniel Cerone of the new character, following Lucy Griffiths' departure.

‘Constantine’s’ Lucy Griffiths Exits NBC Drama

The "True Blood" alum played Liv, Constantine's partner in crime, on the upcoming NBC take on "Hellblazer." That character will be written out and replaced by another from the source material.

Shaw Media Acquires ‘State of Affairs,’ ‘NCIS: New Orleans’

The Canadian broadcaster also came away from the L.A. Screenings with "Stalker," "Gracepoint" and the Tea Leoni-starrer "Madame Secretary."

First Look: Watch Trailers for NBC’s New Shows (Video)

The network has 12 new series on tap — five dramas and seven comedies — for the 2014-15 season.

NBC Orders ‘Constantine,’ ‘Mysteries of Laura,’ Comedy ‘A to Z’ to Series

UPDATED: NBC has added the DC Comics adaptation and Debra Messing drama as well as its Cristin Milioti comedy for 2014-15.