Looking for something new to binge watch this weekend? Check out Constantine, based on DC Comics character John Constantine from the comic series Hellblazer. Now streaming on Stan.
1. Matt Ryan
How can you possibly say no to a charming Welshman with a penchant for trench-coats and fighting demons while saving the helpless.
For those of you who aren’t familiar, Hellblazer was a DC Comic that ran for 25 years and totalled 300 issues. It’s one of DC’s most successful titles
3. Angels and Demons
Exorcisms, spirits, lucifer, morally ambiguous angels and general supernatural happenings make for an intense 13 episodes
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5. The chemistry between Constantine and Zed
The working relationship between psychic artist Zed and Constantine is a highlight. Saving lives mixed with Great banter and a touch of sexual tension makes them a great pairing.
6. Alan Moore
Hellblazer and the character John Constantine were created by Alan Moore, graphic novel legend and author of Watchmen and V for Vendetta.
7. Harold Perrineau
Harold has got serious sci-fi credibility from his time on Lost and Z Nation and in The Matrix as well as turns in both Oz and Sons of Anarchy
8. It may have only lasted one season, but the story isn’t over
Constantine lives on, at least for one more episode. He’s scheduled to make a crossover appearance on Arrow this year.
9. Stan also has the Keanu Reeves movie for comparison
If you just can’t get enough of the series, there’s another 120 minutes worth of Constantine on Stan. Keanu as Constantine and Rachel Weisz, Shia Lebouf and Tilda Swinton all offering their interpretations in the Constantine canon.