Fans enjoyed Ryan's Constantine magicking his way through the Arrowverse so much that he's popped up a few more times across some of the other shows.
Unfortunately the series was cancelled after one season. As it stands right now, we don't actually know, and The CW will not confirm, that the time-traveling superhero show is, indeed, getting renewed.
Ryan, of course, is no stranger to the world of the Arrowverse, having appeared not only in Legends of Tomorrow but its sister series Arrow as the supernatural investigator.
With Constantine likely becoming a full-time Legend, he will continue to inject awkward and amusing complications in Sara and Ava's (Jes Macallan) relationship (which was over by the latest episode, by the way) because of his hook-up with the Waverider captain his previous appearance "Daddy Darkhest". With that, Matt Ryan's new status as a series regular would help fill that void, should the series come back for a fourth season.
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Besides his role in Legends of Tomorrow, Ryan will also be voicing the character in the CW Seed Constantine which will premiere on March 24th.
His connection with the former assassin makes his transition to "Legends of Tomorrow" all the easier and, as proven in the current season, just fun to watch.
John Constantine will return in Monday's episode of Legends, as well as the April 9 season finale.
Whilst there's no guarantee of success in bringing Constantine in on a more regular basis, he's certainly proven to be a fan-favourite character, despite his solo series flopping.