NBC has canceled the drama after just one season, an individual familiar with the move said Friday. The writing had been on the wall for the series, based on a DC Comics character, for some time. In November, news broke that the series would halt production after its initial 13-episode order wrapped. However, a second-season renewal was still being considered at that time.
The freshman season of NBC drama Constantine will consist of 13 episodes. The cast and crew of the series were informed on Friday that the series will halt production after completing production on the initial 13-episode order. Constantine will remain in its 10 p.m. Friday time slot for the remainder of its run.
NBC is filling out its 2014-15 season lineup, giving series orders to dramas Constantine and The Mysteries of Laura and comedy A to Z. All three projects hail from Warner Bros. TV.