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The Devil You Know: A Constantine Podcast

By Golden Spiral Media

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Hosted by Tony Caselli and Joseph Zettelmaier, The Devil You Know is a fun and energetic look at the NBC show, Constantine. Join their discussion each week by sending in your feedback on Constantine to 304-837-2278 or

Customer Reviews

SO looking forward to this!

Tony & Joe are great hosts, and I’m very glad it’s them doing this podcast. Good audio quality, great banter, very informative. Everything you would want.

A Definite Must!

It sounds like a cliche, but honestly, these guys have SUCH great chemistry! Their repartee
is nonstop and full of fun. I giggled through the whole second episode. I think I might like the podcast better than the show…you guys rock!

Excellent Podcast

I highly recommend this podcast to anyone who is a fan of, or looking to be a fan of the NBC show Constantine. The hosts are energetic and hilarious. They have knowledge of the history of Constantine from his Hellblazer comics run, as well as knowledge of various 80s and 90s trivia that will leave you scratching your head to remember that reference they just made.

For me, the best part about this podcast is that they are not swooning over every aspect of the show. I listen to a lot of podcasts where the hosts rarely say a bad word about the show. The hosts here don't hold their criticism back, and laugh about some of the nonsensical things in the plot. For a show like this, it's important not to take it so seriously, and they are perfect in that regard.

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