Now Streaming: Cancelled too soon series Constantine (more on that at this link) sneaked onto the The CW’s streaming site CWSeed.com this month setting off speculation that the show could be prepping for a second season on the fifth place network, especially after we saw Supergirl make the jump from CBS. But the fact that Constantine is now on the CWSeed.com site does not necessarily indicate any near future plans with the show. If you look at the shows currently available there, you see it is a repository for past Warner Bros. series (they co-own The CW with CBS). Among the genre entries of interest are Forever, Almost Human, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Pushing Daisies and the 1990 Flash TV series. That’s some pretty good viewing (especially for free), but none of those shows is pushing for a revival on the strength of their streaming availability on CWSeed.com (and those first four have pretty vocal fanbases). Interestingly though, former Constantine showrunner Daniel Cerone did not make an attempt to quash rumors of a return of the show when he addressed them with the following tweet:
— Daniel Cerone (@DanielVCerone) July 16, 2016
But then maybe he honestly does not know the current plans because he has been busy executive producing NBC’s The Blacklist. Read the full article at our partner site CancelledSciFi.com.