Executive producer reveals when we'll finally learn the fate of NBC's Constantine

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Jun 26, 2015, 4:17 PM EDT (Updated)

If you’re holding your breath while waiting for news of a second season renewal for NBC’s on-the-bubble supernatural series Constantine, you’ll have to hold it for a little while longer. Constantine executive producer and co-creator Daniel Cerone took to his Twitter account to reveal he’ll be meeting with the network at the end of April in order to pitch some season-two ideas. He said: "End of April date has been set to pitch 2nd season ideas to NBC. Then they decide on a Season 2. #Constantine #SaveConstantine #Hellblazers."

We don’t know about you, but we definitely want to see more of that chain-smoking master of the occult and demon hunter, John Constantine (a well-cast Matt Ryan). What do we have to do to get it? Check out the revealing tweet:

The 13-episode first season of Constantine ended with a bang as *SPOILER ALERT* Manny’s (Harold Perrineau) duplicity was revealed. Based on DC's Hellblazer comics, the show also stars Angelica Celaya, Emmet Scanlan, Michael James Shaw and Charles Halford. Do you guys want to see a second season of Constantine? What do you think its chances of renewal are?

(via Comic Book Movie)