The new fall schedules have been announced and with them both good and bad news about comic properties on network television. Let’s start with the good news:

We already knew that The Flash, Arrow, iZombie, and Gotham were renewed. We recently got the news that Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was renewed and Agent Carter was picked up for another season, too! We’ve also learned that the Supergirl pilot was picked up for series. The surprising news (for me) was that Fox also greenlit Lucifer for series! This is all fantastic news. It also gives almost every major network a comic property or two.

And now the bad news. I said almost because NBC decided to pass on a second season of Constantine, despite all its potential for the network. The sad news came down on Friday via Daniel Cerone, executive producer for Constantine.

That said, the actors are under contract through June and the network is looking to actively sell it. And fans are making more noise. Ratings for Constantine were low for NBC, but they are decent ratings that would make the show a big hit on other networks. Not only that, the cast, crew, and fans are extremely supportive of the show. And Constantine as some high profile fans. Not only is William Shatner a fan, but so is Stephen Amell, Arrow’s Oliver Queen.

And then this happened:

And other stars from The CW, like Joseph Morgan (The Originals) and Mark Sheppard (Supernatural), started tweeting their support too.

Talk about setting the internet ablaze! Constantine and CW Network then starting trending together over the weekend. The reality, however, is that Constantine is not likely to find a home on The CW, which already has four comic properties for the fall, plus Supernatural (which already heavily relied on Hellblazer material for inspiration). Constantine would have a tough time finding its niche there, and the tone of Constantine doesn’t quite fit on The CW.

Nevertheless, all of this does provide more hope that Constantine will continue in some way somewhere. Fans should keep tweeting and keep streaming the first season. Let’s get another season of Constantine, with or without Oliver Queen making a crossover appearance (but can you imagine him coming face to face with the demons and dark magic Constantine deals with?)!