Others may conclude that Constantine is losing its edge but this reviewer would argue in open court to the contrary. That this show has been cut to thirteen episodes not ten as mentioned last week, is one of the more appalling televisual crimes committed by networks who remain slaves to a ratings system. I know of few programmes paying homage to classical works within their subtext and less still who do it successfully. That Cerone has truly taken the reins here and continues to push these pitch black plot lines whilst his hero veers between ingratiating and morally bankrupt is a beauty to behold. Will someone please extend the season and give these characters what they deserve without considering a balance sheet.