Constantine will not live to scare another day.
Despite a letter-writing campaign and a lot of passion from fans of the NBC series, Executive Producer Daniel Cerone acknowledged on Twitter yesterday that the drama is officially dead.
It will not air a second season on another network.
"The cast and writers of Constantine are being released from their contracts," Cerone said. "I'm sorry, I wasn't provided any information on the attempts to sell the show elsewhere.
"All I can report is that the show is over."
After NBC decided last month not to bring the series back, a group of fans rallied to get a second season elsewhere, possibly on The CW.
Joseph Morgan and Stephen Amell even volunteered to guest star if this move could be arranged.
Alas, it was not meant to be.
"You all deserve many years of the series we set out to make, and we're disappointed that we couldn't deliver that to you," Cerone concluded.
"The good news is that Constantine will live on for years in many more forms. But our time as caretakers has ended."