America has mastered showcasing a range of amazing horror TV series that can people off the grid and keep them hooked to the edge of their seats. If you are one of those people who like watching horror web series with elements and surprises of thrill, Constantine is a TV show that you wouldn’t regret binge-watching.
This 2014 released American horror TV show currently only has one season comprising of 13 episodes in total. However, ever since the release of the show, more and more audiences have been avidly waiting for the launch of the second season, which hasn’t happened yet (and likely won’t as well).
However, the 13-episode season packs in a lot more than you would expect in an American television series. This occult detective drama series packs a lot more than just your mainstream scare screams and boring themes of boring. With each episode, you get to unfurl a new side to the story that didn’t exist before, leaving you with anything but sheer fear and gore for what’s to come.
Since this is a 2014 released web series, we understand that getting your hands on every episode in an organized manner can be a little difficult. And, with so many different types of Constantine movies and television series available, you are bound to get confused.
So, we did you a favor and sorted out an entire index for the television series so you can binge-watch it without any restrictions or issues.
What is the Plot of Constantine?
If the introduction wasn’t a quick giveaway, let us walk you through the plot of the show. However, if you are one of those people that don’t enjoy reading through the plot or even the premise of a show, we’d recommend you scroll past this section of the article for good measure.
The plot of the show follows the life of John Constantine, a corrupt exorcist who finds himself recouped in a psychological establishment after witnessing a bombed explosion. In the meantime, of all this happening, he finds his spirit cursed amidst it all.
During the discourse, Constantine gets an unexpected admonition about Liv Aberdine, a lady with secretive powers. Following his sight, he meets with Aberdine and gives her father’s pendant to her, allowing her to witness all the caught spirits. Once she is witnessed with everything that’s trapped, Constantine familiarizes her with Scrying, a form of craftsmanship that enables people to have a foresight of satanic movement.
John is well versed in scrying and lives in a modest community in Pennsylvania. However, he is faced with complete turmoil when the workers in a mine inadvertently experience sudden movements and weird noises and vibrations down under the ground.
While John rushes down to the spot, he is met with Zed, who has powers that John witnessed in his dreams. After reaching the spot, John ignores her at first trying to figure out what’s going on inside the mine. But, later he enrolls her as his assistant. John later finds that Coblynau, which involves the kind spirits of the expired labourers are constrained and held back by an individual to murder others.
Following the discovery, John and Zed travel down to Chicago together to pass through a Gramaphone record. After doing a lot of research and experimenting, both of them discover that a specific record in the store, Acetate, ends up freezing people who contact it. And, later, when an individual account passes on the curse henceforth.
Main Cast and Characters
Although the series only has one season and 13 episodes at this point, the show has managed to gain a lot of popularity in a short period. The cast includes a range of talented American actors that are going to blow your mind in a short period.
Here’s what the cast of the show includes:
- Matt Ryan
- Lucy Griffiths
- Angelica Celaya
- Charles Halford
- Harold Perrineau
- Michael James Shaw
- Bailey Tippen
- Jeremy Davies
- Emmett J. Scanlan
- Jonjo O’Neill
Index of Constantine [All Episodes]
If you have reached down to this section, this is where we break down the episodes available in the first season of the show.
- Episode 1 – Non Est Asylum
- Episode 2 – The Darkness Beneath
- Episode 3 – The Devil’s Vinyl
- Episode 4 – A Feast of Friends
- Episode 5 – Danse Vaudou
- Episode 6 – Rage of Caliban
- Episode 7 – Blessed are the Damned
- Episode 8 – The Saint of the Last Resorts
- Episode 9 – The Saint of the Last Resorts: Part 2
- Episode 10 – Quid Pro Quo
- Episode 11 – A Whole World Out There
- Episode 12 – Angels and Ministers of Grace
- Episode 13 – Waiting for the Man
Currently, the television series only has one season at this point.
If you want to dabble into watching a pretty old television series instead of binge-watching the newer ones that are coming out, we’d recommend that you give this series a go. Although the elements and themes of the show can be extremely disturbing and terrifying at times, we’d recommend that you don’t necessarily worry about too extreme or graphics scenes because that is where things might seem a little too extreme.
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1. Is there a second season of Constantine?
No, the second season of Constantine hasn’t been released yet and given that the first season of the show has been released in 2014 and its 2021 now, there are chances that the second season might not be released anymore.
2. Where is Constantine Season 1 available?
If you are planning on watching the first season of Constantine, the show is internationally available on Netflix for you to stream it without any issues. Other platforms like Apple TV Plus, Disney Plus, and fuboTV also have the show.
3. Is Constantine a human?
Yes, Constantine is a human, who is a demon hunter on a mission to take over the holy relics and banish the demons from stepping out of hell. When he finds his past tapping on his present, he sets out to find ways to prevent the demon interventions from taking over the world.
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