Now in its third season, fans have seen Matt Ryan's version of DC Comics character Constantine join in the proceedings on a number of occasions, and his appearance has gone down incredibly well.
What does Constantine (potentially) joining the team mean for the Legends?
The two flagship shows of the Arrowverse are taking a break leaving Legends of Tomorrow and Black Lightning in charge. The character, played by Matt Ryan, originated on television in the series Constantine from NBC that was quickly canceled and four years later that role is now set as a series regular on The CW's LEGENDS OF TOMORROW.
Matt Ryan's depiction of John Constantine has experienced so many surprising twists in the afterlife it almost resembles a Hellblazer story arc.
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Fans of the occult expert have been hoping that Constantine will be officially be part of the group even before he was brought in to help Sara (Caity Lotz) and company defeat the demon Mallus in the current season of "Legends of Tomorrow".
Legends has been a sturdy player for The CW this season and is expected to return, especially as the younger-skewing network is expanding to a sixth night of programming (Sundays) for the 2018-19 season. As it stands right now, we don't actually know, and The CW will not confirm, that the time-traveling superhero show is, indeed, getting renewed.