Fans of John Constantine may not be getting a movie sequel, but there's a good chance we'll be seeing him on the small screen in the near future. Warner Bros. Television is moving forward with a number of new TV projects and it is being reported that a Constantine TV series is in development over at NBC.

According to Deadline, David S. Goyer (Man of Steel, Christopher Nolan's Batman movies) will work on a script with Daniel Cerone (The Mentalist). The two will also serve as executive producers on the project. The Constantine TV series is still in the early development stages, so we don't know how this will differ from the 2005 movie or when we'd see a pilot go into production. We'll be sure to report back as soon as more details become available.

John Constantine first appeared in Swamp Thing in 1985 and had his own comic book series, Hellblazer, that lasted from 1988 until early this year. The comic book series was rebooted as "Constantine" and the first new issue of the ongoing series was released this past March:

"From a young age, Constantine sought refuge in the occult as an escape from his hard life. It didn’t take long for him to discover he had a gift for it, but he also learned the deadly price of the dark arts when his inexperience cost the life of another. Since then, Constantine has vowed mastery over the occult and the demonic creatures that seek to abuse its power. But in so doing, he’s also learned the hard truth about what it takes to stand against powerful dark forces—a willingness to sacrifice anything and anyone."