Matt Ryan's Constantine promoted to series regular on DC's Legends of Tomorrow

Legends of Tomorrow season 3 episode 16

Legends of Tomorrow season 3 episode 16

In October of 2014 NBC premiered DC Entertainment's Constantine. At the time, the show's executive producers stated it was a one-time only appearance, but Ryan has been a guest star on multiple episodes of the current third season of Legends of Tomorrow, and is slated to return for the show's season finale.

Matt Ryan, who portrays DC Comics character John Constantine, has been promoted to series regular for a potential fourth season of Legends of Tomorrow. Same-day and same-week streams can make a big difference for shows, especially on networks like the CW, which streams the last five episodes of their series for free (ad-supported) on their official website.

Fans enjoyed Ryan's Constantine magicking his way through the Arrowverse so much that he's popped up a few more times across some of the other shows. After a previous feature film adaptation that may have been a cool movie but a awful translation (Keanu Reeves was horrifically miscast), we finally got a proper on-screen version thanks to actor Matt Ryan's pitch-perfect John Constantine. Of course, the major, major caveat here is that Legends of Tomorrow needs to be granted another season for this to happen.

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"We knew that an alienated, chain-smoking, bisexual, world-weary demonologist would feel right at home among our Legends", Legends showrunner Phil Klemmer told THR in October ahead of Ryan's debut on the series.

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