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Krypton is an American television series developed by David S. Goyer for Syfy. Focusing on Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe), the grandfather of DC Comics superhero Kal-El/Superman, the series is set approximately 200 years before the birth of Superman and takes place on the eponymous fictional planet. Krypton premiered on March 21, 2018. Its first season consists of ten episodes. In May 2018, Syfy renewed Krypton for a second season of ten episodes, which premiered on June 12, 2019. In August 2019, Syfy canceled the series after two seasons. 

Krypton follows Superman's grandfather, Seg-El, whose family, the House of El, has been ostracized and shamed. Seg fights to redeem his family's honor and save his beloved world from chaos.[1]

Cast and characters

Main

  • Cameron Cuffe as Seg-El: Scion of the House of El, father of Jor-El and the future grandfather of Kal-El, who will become the iconic superhero Superman[2]
    • Nicholas Witham-Mueller as Young Seg-El.
  • Georgina Campbell as Lyta-Zod: The Primus in the Kryptonian military guild who was previously in a clandestine relationship with Seg-El[3]
  • Shaun Sipos as Adam Strange: A human from the future who forewarns Seg-El of Brainiac, and tells him of his yet-to-be born grandson Kal-El/Clark Kent[4]
  • Elliot Cowan as Daron-Vex: The former chief magistrate of Kandor, charged with defending Krypton's oligarchy[2]
  • Ann Ogbomo as Jayna-Zod: The former Primus of the Kryptonian military guild, and mother of Lyta[2] Asiatu Koroma portrays young Jayna.
  • Aaron Pierre as Dev-Em: A former commander in the Kryptonian army, and Lyta's ex-betrothed[2]
  • Rasmus Hardiker as Kem: A former bar owner and Seg's best friend[2]
  • Wallis Day as Nyssa-Vex: The former junior magistrate and the daughter of Daron-Vex[2] She and Seg have a son, Cor-Vex, whom they rename Jor-El.
  • Blake Ritson as Brainiac: An alien android being from the planet Colu who collects cities from planets. Brainiac takes over the mind of Krypton's religious figure the Voice of Rao.[5]
  • Ian McElhinney as Val-El: Seg's grandfather, who defied death by going to the Phantom Zone and is a staunch believer in space exploration[5]
  • Colin Salmon as General Dru-Zod: The future son of Lyta-Zod and Seg-El and the new ruler of Krypton[6]
  • Hannah Waddingham as Jax-Ur (formerly Sela-Sonn) (main season 2; recurring season 1): ex-leader of the Black Zero terrorist group, and Val's former protégée[7]

Recurring

  • Alexis Raben as Rhom (season 1): A rankless Kryptonian, the mother of Ona, and a friend of the House of El
  • Tipper Seifert-Cleveland as Ona (season 1): The daughter of Rhom who is made a disciple of Rao upon being orphaned
  • Andrea Vasiliou as Kol-Da (season 1): A callous member of the Sagitari, and Daron's lover
  • Sarah Armstrong as Kiyo (season 1): A member of Black Zero
  • India Mullen as Sevi (season 1): A member of the Religious Guild who attended to the Voice of Rao
  • Sonita Henry as Raika: A member of the Cythonnite sect who is saved by Seg, and later assists him
  • Lukas Loughran as Junra: A member of the Cythonnite sect who is hostile towards outsiders
  • Emmett J. Scanlan as Lobo (season 2): A bounty hunter and assassin with regenerative powers and enhanced strength who is living on Colu and wants revenge against Brainiac[8]
  • Aoibhinn McGinnity as Lis-Ser (season 2): A Kryptonian scientist trying to put Doomsday under Dru-Zod's control

Guest

  • Rupert Graves as Ter-El (season 1): Seg's father.
  • Paula Malcomson as Charys-El (season 1): Seg's mother.[5]
  • Gordon Alexander as Quex-Ul (season 1): The former commander of Lyta's Sagitari squadron.
  • Staz Nair as Dax Baron / Doomsday: A Kryptonian who participated in a test which turned him into Doomsday. Doomsday appears in CGI throughout the first and second season while Nair appears in his Kryptonian form during flashbacks in the second season.
  • Toni O'Rourke as Wedna-El (season 2): A Kryptonian scientist who was responsible for creating Doomsday.
  • Dempsey Bovell as Van-Zod (season 2): A Kryptonian scientist who was also responsible for creating Doomsday.

In October 2014, it was reported that David S. Goyer was developing a prequel television series titled Krypton.[29] In December 2014, it was confirmed that the series was in development and would air on the Syfy network. Later it was announced that the series would be produced by Goyer and written and executive produced by Ian Goldberg.[30] In May 2016, TVLine reported that Syfy had given the official pilot order for the series, and that Damian Kindler would be the showrunner with Goyer as co-executive producer.[1] On April 18, 2017, the first teaser trailer of Krypton was released online, teasing the show's debut in 2017.[31] However, the following month, Syfy tweeted a debut of 2018.[32] Hawkwoman was originally announced to appear in the series;[33][34][35] it was later announced by the showrunners that they had decided not to include Hawkwoman in the first season of the series due to her not fitting into the ongoing storylines.[36]
On May 22, 2018, Syfy renewed Krypton for a second season,[37] which premiered on June 12, 2019.[38] In August 2019, Syfy canceled the series after two seasons.

 
 
 
 

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