NBC Cancels Constantine, State of Affairs

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A pair of freshman dramas will not graduate to their sophomore seasons on NBC.

With cancelations and renewals coming fast and furiously across the television dial this week, the network announced this afternoon that neither Constantine nor State of Affairs will return this fall.

Both programs never found a consistent footing after semi-strong premieres last year.

A Question of Sacrifice - Constantine
Returning to Langley - State of Affairs

Showrunner Daniel Cerone Tweeted the sad Constantine news to followers, implying he's hard at work finding a new home for the DC Comics-inspired series:

NBC a "no" for Season 2. Warner Bros working hard to find #Constantine new home. Stay active. Stream. Tweet. #SaveConstantine #Hellblazers

Katherine Heigl's comeback vehicle, meanwhile, was slammed by critics and has to be considered a letdown by network executives.

NBC president Robert Greenblatt said as much to TV Line in January:

“It’s a show that I think is a really fine show, so I’m scratching my head a little bit about why we can’t get more people to be there for it."

We've updated our Renewal/Cancelation scorecard accordingly:

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