CONSTANTINE showrunner Daniel Cerone on Season 1- Exclusive Interview

Matt Ryan as John Constantine in CONSTANTINE - Season 1 - "Blessed Are the Damned" | ©2014 NBC/Daniel McFadden

In NBC’s CONSTANTINE, Fridays at 10 PM, Matt Ryan plays the title character from the HELLBLAZER comics, an antihero with a damned soul who fights demons and hopes for redemption. Executive producer and showrunner Daniel Cerone developed CONSTANTINE for television with fellow exec producer David S. Goyer. Cerone, who has also been a writer/producer on MOTIVE, THE MENTALIST, DEXTER and CHARMED, to name a few credits, is happy to talk about his work in the hell-blazing field. ASSIGNMENT X: You’re on right after GRIMM, a show that also deals with monsters and people who combat them. How does that work […]Read On »

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TV Review: CONSTANTINE – Season 1 – “The Saint of Last Resorts”

Zed (Angelica Celaya) fights for her life in CONSTANTINE The Saint of Last Resorts | © 2014 Daniel McFadden/NBC

Cast: Matt Ryan, Angelica Celaya, Charles Halford, Harold Perrineau, Michael James Shaw, Emmett J Scanlan Writer: Carly Wray Director: TJ Scott Network: Airs on NBC, Fridays @ 10p.m. Original Telecast: Dec. 12, 2014 If NBC does not renew CONSTANTINE for a second season it will really be a shame because as “The Saint of Last Resorts” proved, there is a lot that this show has to offer and a show that could be taken in a variety of entertaining ways. The Fall Finale is the first two-parter of the season leaving viewers dangling at the edge as to what will […]Read On »

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CONSTANTINE actor Charles Halford raises hell – Exclusive Interview

Charles Halford as Chas in CONSTANTINE - Season 1 | ©2014 NBC/Paul Drinkwater

In NBC’s new Friday-night 10 PM series CONSTANTINE, based on DC Comics’ HELLBLAZER, the title character (Matt Ryan) battles demons in the hope of possibly saving his own soul. One of Constantine’s few allies is his friend Chas Chandler, played by Charles Halford. Halford recently tangled with demons of a different sort as the unnerving Reggie Ledoux in TRUE DETECTIVE. The Utah-born actor has also appeared in features including DARLING COMPANION and FLUTTER and has had recurring roles on THE EVENT and AGENTS OF SHIELD. At an event held by NBC for the Television Critics Association, Halford talks about what […]Read On »

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TV Review: CONSTANTINE – Season 1 – “A Feast of Friends”

Matt Ryan as John Constantine in CONSTANTINE "A Feast of Friends" | © 2014 Tina Rowden/NBC

Cast: Matt Ryan, Angelica Celaya, Charles Halford, Harold Perrineau, Michael James Shaw, Emmett J Scanlan Writer: Cameron Welsh Director: John F. Showalter Network: Airs on NBC, Fridays @ 10p.m. Original Telecast: Nov. 14, 2014 This was a brutal episode of CONSTANTINE. And that’s a good thing. From start to finish this was, by far, the ugliest and horrific demon that John Constantine (Matt Ryan) has had to face so far on the NBC show. “A Feast of Friends” is a fitting title because it goes to the core of what the episode was about. A former black arts student of […]Read On »

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TV Review: CONSTANTINE – Season 1 – “The Devil’s Vinyl”

Matt Ryan as John Constantine in CONSTANTINE "The Devil's Vinyl" | © 2014 Tina Rowden/NBC

Cast: Matt Ryan, Angelica Celaya, Charles Halford, Harold Perrineau, Michael James Shaw, Emmett J Scanlan Writer: David S. Goyer, Daniel Cerone Director: Neil Marshall Network: Airs on NBC, Fridays @ 10p.m. Original Telecast: Nov. 7, 2014 Last week on CONSTANTINE, we were introduced to Zed Martin (Angélica Celaya) as John Constantine’s partner on the supernatural show, as much as Constantine doesn’t want her around nor think she is legit. But there is no denying that her talents – the ability to have visions of upcoming evil (not to mention knowing sign language and modern technology) – come in handy during […]Read On »

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CONSTANTINE star Matt Ryan goes to hell and back – Exclusive Interview

Matt Ryan in CONSTANTINE - Season 1 | © 2014 NBC/Paul Drinkwater

NBC’s new series CONSTANTINE, Fridays at 10 PM, is based on the HELLBLAZER comics and graphic novels by Jamie Delano and Garth Ennis. Matt Ryan plays John Constantine, a man who has literally fought demons but gave up the battle after a mistake on his part led to the death of a child and Constantine’s damnation. Now Constantine is given a chance at redemption by a possibly untrustworthy angel (Harold Perrineau), but he must resume combating the minions of Hell. Unlike the 2005 big-screen CONSTANTINE that starred Keanu Reeves, the television version, adapted from the source material by David S. […]Read On »

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TV Review: CONSTANTINE – Season 1 – “Non Est Asylum” – Series Premiere

Matt Ryan stars as John Constantine in CONSTANTINE | © 2014 Quantrell Colbert/NBC

Cast: Matt Ryan, Angelica Celaya, Charles Halford, Harold Perrineau, Michael James Shaw, Emmett J Scanlan Writer: David S. Goyer, Daniel Cerone Director: Neil Marshall Network: Airs on NBC, Fridays @ 10p.m. Original Telecast: Oct. 24, 2014 So CONSTANTINE’s premiere episode isn’t entitled “Pilot” for the reason that the Pilot episode is something completely different than what was delivered in “Non Est Asylum.” Hopefully, for the better. CONSTANTINE is based on the comic book HELLBLAZER (that also spawned a movie of the same name starring Keanu Reeves) about John Constantine, a damned demon hunter and master of the occult that fights […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: DA VINCI’S DEMONS creator David S. Goyer on Season 2

DA VINCI'S DEMONS - Season 2 Key Art | ©2014 Starz

DA VINCI’S DEMONS, on Starz Saturdays at 9 PM, begins its second season March 22 pretty much where Season 1 left off. We’re in late fifteenth-centuryFlorence, and artist/inventor/all-round genius Leonardo Da Vinci (Tom Riley) has incensed the city’s ruler, Lorenzo de Medici (Elliot Cowan) by having an affair with Lorenzo’s mistress,Vatican spy Lucrezia Donati (Laura Haddock). Although Leonardo and Lorenzo are locked in combat, they actually have bigger problems, as the forces of Pope Sixtus (James Faulkner), led by the Pope’s relative Count Girolamo Riario (Blake Ritson) and the ambitious Francesco Pazzi (Elliot Levey), are battling Medici’s men in the […]Read On »

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