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"Hellblazer" writers Jamie Delano, Mike Carey, Peter Milligan & Paul Jenkins react to NBC's "Constantine" series and whether the comic should even be adapted.
The screenwriter behind Batman, Superman and Blade films next tackles occult hero John Constantine on TV, and hopes more of DC's horror heroes can join him.
Former "Heroes" stars Zachary Quinto and Ali Larter don’t expect to reprise their former "Heroes" roles for NBC's "Heroes Reborn" in 2015.
Angelica Celaya joins "Constantine" as Zed, while the producers teases a Spectre appearance and discusses John's smoking and bisexuality.
Lucy Griffiths, who plays "Liz" in the "Constantine" pilot, is off the show, and the character will be replaced by one from the comics.
While director Neil Marshall admits it's "very frustrating" that John Constantine isn't permitted to smoke, NBC will allow the series to go in dark and disturbing directions.
This week, learn whether the hit 1980s sitcom "The Golden Girls" owes its existence to a joke by the network.
The Lebanon-born actress talks with SPINOFF about her U.S. television debut, a pirate drama that pairs her with John Malkovich.
Actor Jack Coleman - AKA the man with the horn-rimmed glasses - is the first "Heroes" veteran to sign on for the upcoming NBC event miniseries.
The latest promo for NBC's "Constantine" shares more clips from the upcoming series, including a shot of Dr. Fate's familiar helm.
"Constantine," starring Matt Ryan as long-running DC Comics character John Constantine, is scheduled to premiere on NBC on Oct. 24.
Following the debut of the series' trailer, NBC has released new photos and the first clip from the "Hellblazer" based "Constantine."
Days after announcing the series pick up for the Fall 2014 season, NBC has released the first trailer for "Constantine."
"Revolution" showrunner Rockne S. O'Bannon and actors Elizabeth Mitchell and Stephen Collins previewed this season's final four episodes.
"Grimm's" Bitsie Tulloch discusses Juliette Silverton's evolution, the last block of episodes and her wish list for Season 4.
Tonight's "Community" may place the cast in the animated world of "G.I. Joe," but Executive Producer Chris McKenna says there's a real story behind it.
At PaleyFest, the co-creator and stars of "Parks and Recreation" delved into the home life of Jerry Gergich and the future of Leslie Knope.
Following the leak of an unofficial photo from the set of the pilot, NBC has released its first official, smoke-filled pic of Matt Ryan as "Constantine."
The first photo of star Matt Ryan as "Constantine" underscores Exec. Producer David Goyer's claim that the pilot remains true to the character's roots.
"Constantine" executive producer David S. Goyer says NBC's upcoming pilot shares more similarities to the comics than the Keanu Reeves film did.
Three more actors have been added to the "Constantine" pilot in main cast roles: Harold Perrineau, Lucy Griffiths and Charles Halford.
Showrunner Bryan Fuller talks with SPINOFF about Hannibal Lecter's ongoing bromance, his motivations and what's in store for poor Will Graham in "Hannibal" S2.
With NBC bringing back "Heroes" in 2015, which character from the original series would you like to see make a return in "Heroes: Reborn"?
Tim Kring's superhero television show will return as "Heroes: Reborn," a 13-episode miniseries, while NBC teases the possible return of some of the original cast.
NBC and Warner Bros. are reportedly close to casting "Criminal Minds" alumnus Matt Ryan as DC Comics' occult anti-hero.
The in-development "Gotham" series will not only feature a young Bruce Wayne but big-name villains; "Constantine" gets an NBC pilot order.
Ahead of tonight's midseason premiere, "The Blacklist" producers Jon Bokenkamp & John Eisendrath talk with SPINOFF about the secrets of the thriller's success.
With NBC's "The Blacklist" already renewed for a second season, SPINOFF ONLINE talks to show producers Jon Bokenkamp and John Eisendrath.
NBC has given a pilot order to "Constantine," a drama written by David S. Goyer and "The Mentalist's" Daniel Cerone starring the DC Comics occult detective John Constantine.
Joe Harris and Steve Rolston's "Ghost Projekt," a supernatural thriller released by Oni Press in 2010, is reportedly in development as a drama series at NBC.
The cast and creators of "Revolution" appeared at Comic-Con International to tease new villains and a back-to-basics approach for the second season of NBC's hit sci-fi drama.
The creators and cast of NBC's "Grimm" ventured to Comic-Con International to tease what fans can expect from the upcoming Season 3 and to answer questions about the show's mythology.
Star James Spader and the cast and creators of NBC's "The Blacklist" asked "Who is Red Reddington?" but refused to answer the question during the pilot screening at Comic-Con International.
"Clone," the sci-fi thriller from Image Comics' Skybound imprint, is being developed for television with writer David Schulner penning the pilot script and Robert Kirkman serving as executive producer.
The ordinary people with extraordinary powers from NBC's "Heroes" return in a new series from Dynamite. Writer Cullen Bunn spoke with CBR exclusively about the huge twist which gets the story rolling.
NBC has passed on the television pilot based on Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurrt’s "The Sixth Gun," but Oni Press suggests the project isn’t dead yet.
Creator Bryan Fuller and star Hugh Dancy discuss bringing horror to network television with "Hannibal,"the new NBC thriller based in part on Thomas Harris' novel "Red Dragon," which introduced the world to Dr. Lecter.
Depending upon your taste for TV blood and violence, the "Hannibal" trailer will either whet your appetite for the NBC thriller, or turn your stomach. But what is it about (fictional) cannibals that we find so intriguing?
"Smallville" alum Elena Satine will play Missy Hume in "The Sixth Gun," a Carlton Cuse-produced pilot based on the supernatural Western by Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt.
"Grimm" creators/showrunners Jim Kouf and David Greenwalt entertained an enthusiastic crowd at the Omaha Film Festival, just two days after the fantasy police procedural returned to NBC to respectable ratings.