The short-lived NBC series will be available from Warner Archive’s print-on-demand service
NBC’s attempt at mounting a series based on DC’s famed occultist John Constantine wasn’t met with much success (though many arguments can be made regarding who’s to blame for that reception). After Matt Ryan reprised the role on Arrow last season, becoming an integral part of the Damien Darhk storyline, many fans have found new love for the short-lived series.
At the moment, anyone looking to rewatch Constantine need look no further than the CW Seed online service, alongside the animated Arrowverse spin-off Vixen and the original 1990 Flash series. But for anyone hoping to give the series a permanent home on their shelf alongside Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow on home video, they’ve so far been out of luck.
Now, it seems Warner Bros. will be making Constantine available on DVD and Blu-Ray, but don’t expect to see it in stores anytime soon. A new advertisement appearing on the back of current issues of DC Comics shows Constantine being made available on the Warner Archive store:
Warner Archive is a print-on-demand service for Warner Bros. movies and television shows that aren’t considered popular enough to warrant a full scale distribution. Fellow series iZombie, The 100, and Lucifer are also offered on the service and are shown on the ad, as well.
Currently there’s no listing for Constantine on the Warner Archive site, but the ad states “Constantine: Now Available on Blu-Ray & DVD,” so one would expect it to pop up for sale any day now.
Ryan will reprise the role of John Constantine once more for the animated film Justice League Dark, due to be released on DVD and Blu-Ray sometime this fall.