Constantine start date announced

News Louisa Mellor 3 Jun 2014 - 06:32

Constantine will have a pre-Halloween premiere on NBC, starting on Friday the 24th of October...

As River Song might say, let's do diaries. Our US chums should flip theirs ahead to Friday the 24th of October 2014 and write "Constantine 10pm" in nice, fat letters on the page, perhaps accompanied by a demonic doodle and some occult symbols. Done? Good, now you won't miss it.

NBC's new comic-book adaptation begins in the US on Friday the 24th of October at 10pm, the week before Halloween. Grimm's season four premiere will lead in to the new show, starting at 9pm.

There's no sign of Parks And Recreation season seven on NBC's newly released autumn schedule, so we can expect a midseason premiere for Lesley Knope's swan-song season. Other geek-interest shows on the channel include The Blacklist, which is due to return for season two on Monday the 22nd of September.

Read more about Constantine on Den Of Geek, here.


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now we just need to start poking the uk channels and asking which of them will be picking it up...

A late season start also means less weeks to skip. Very good!

Yeah I find that incredibly annoying I would rather just watch an episode a week until it finishes rather than skip 2 weeks then 2 weeks on then skip a week etc.

That was part of the ratings downfall for Agents of SHIELD. American networks are getting this, with Fox leading them with shows that don't need to be 22 episodes and have to run between September and May.

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