Ryan first appeared as John Constantine on NBC's short-lived Constantine. This lead to a guest appearance on CW's Arrow, which was his introduction into the Arrowverse. Legends of Tomorrow follows the time-traveling antics of several DC show cast members as they fight crime and teams of supervillains across time and space. Spinning off as part of The CW's "Arrowverse", the show brings together a ragtag group of heroes, villains, and some people who slot right in-between, all whom have to put their differences aside and come together if they're to save the world from a bad fate. But hopefully that will not be the last we see of the Hellblazer on the Waverider as Entertainment Weekly has reported that Ryan's character will be promoted to series regular if the series is renewed for a fourth season.
That is if the show has a fourth season, as The CW is yet to announce their renewals.More news: Pres. Trump proposes 'large-scale' ad campaign to combat opioids
Ryan has also reprised the character of Constantine as a voice actor in the upcoming Constantine animated series, which will debut this Saturday, March 24, on CW Seed.
"We knew that an alienated, chain-smoking, bisexual, world-weary demonologist would feel right at home among our Legends", said showrunner Phil Klemmer to THR in October.More news: Google's Instant Games lets you try Android titles before you buy
"DC's Legends of Tomorrow" has without a doubt gone from strength to strength throughout its time airing on the small screen. Just hit the buttons at the top of this page.More news: 'Black Panther' Surpasses 'Tomb Raider' for Fifth Box Office Crown