Constantine managed to create quite a fanbase for itself, despite its short-lived, 13-episode run last year. With fans endlessly petitioning to save the criminally underrated show ever since, it seems like their prayers might finally have been answered - partly at least. Earlier this year, The CW didn’t pick up Constantine for a second season and denied claims that it was interested in airing yet another comic book-based series. According to new reports though, the network has managed to find a spot for Matt Ryan’s John Constantine on upcoming Arrow/The Flash spin-off, DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow. What seems to be a reliable source told Bleeding Cool that the show might just add the Hellblazer to the show as a series regular in season 2, as it was claimed that the series will be changing its cast from one season to the next, much like the Justice League Unlimited toon. At the moment, The Vampire Diaries’ Steven R McQueen is also considered as one more addition to the cast of 2017′s second season.Constantine originally aired last year on NBC and was scrapped after a late premiere, a Friday night time slot and a production halt at 13 episodes. Thankfully, we got to see Matt Ryan as the demon slayer once again in his recent appearance on Arrow’s fourth season, which saw the ratings rising despite an early leak of the episode. Even though a full-on second season of the show would be ideal, the idea of the Hellblazer becoming a series regular on Legends Of Tomorrow is definitely both satisfying and interesting.