Krypton (TV series)

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Krypton Title Card.png
Based onCharacters created
by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster and characters from DC Comics
Developed byDavid S. Goyer
Composer(s)Pinar Toprak
Country of originUnited States
United Kingdom
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes10 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s)
Producer(s)Andjelka Viaislavjevic
Production location(s)Belfast, Northern Ireland
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
CinematographyChristopher Baffa
James Mather
Simon Dennis
Editor(s)Joel Griffen
Jeff Betancourt
Camera setupSingle-camera
Running time45 minutes
Production company(s)
DistributorWarner Bros. Television Distribution
Original networkSyfy
Original releaseMarch 21, 2018 (2018-03-21) – present (present)
External links

Krypton is an American television series developed by David S. Goyer for Syfy. The series takes place on the eponymous fictional planet, approximately 200 years before the birth of Kal-El / Superman and eventual destruction of the planet, focusing on his grandfather, Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe). Krypton premiered on March 21, 2018. Its first season consists of ten episodes. In May 2018, Syfy renewed Krypton for a second season, which is expected to premiere in 2019.


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

Cast and characters[edit]


  • Cameron Cuffe as Seg-El: Young, brilliant scion of the House of El, destined to be the grandfather of Kal-El, a.k.a. Superman.[2][3]
  • Georgina Campbell as Lyta-Zod: A commander in the Kryptonian military guild who is in a clandestine relationship with Seg-El.[2][4]
  • 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, better known as Superman.
  • Elliot Cowan as Daron-Vex: The chief magistrate of Kandor, charged with defending Krypton's oligarchy.[5]
  • Ann Ogbomo as Jayna-Zod: The Primus of the Kryptonian military guild and mother of Lyta.[2][4][5]
  • Aaron Pierre as Dev-Em: A commander in the Kryptonian army. He is engaged to marry Lyta-Zod.[2][5]
  • Rasmus Hardiker as Kem: A bar owner and Seg's best friend.[5]
  • Wallis Day as Nyssa-Vex: A junior magistrate and the daughter of Daron-Vex.[5]
  • Blake Ritson as the Voice of Rao / Brainiac: Kandor's chief religious figure who becomes infected by Brainiac, a parasitic alien android dubbed "The World Collector" who seeks to destroy Krypton, years before the birth of Kal-El / Superman.[6]
  • 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.[2][5]
  • Colin Salmon as General Dru-Zod: The future son of Lyta-Zod and Seg-El.[7]


  • Alexis Raben as Rhom: A rankless Kryptonian, and a friend of the House of El. She is the mother of Ona.
  • Tipper Seifert-Cleveland as Ona: The daughter of Rhom who is made a disciple of Rao upon being orphaned.
  • Andrea Vasiliou as Kol-Da: A callous member of the Sagitari, and Daron's lover.
  • Sarah Armstrong as Kiyo: A member of Black Zero
  • India Mullen as Sevi: A member of the Religious Guild who attended to the Voice of Rao.
  • Sonita Henry as Raika: A member of the Cythonnite sect who was saved by Seg, and later assists him.
  • Lukas Loughran as Junra: A member of the Cythonnite sect who is hostile towards outsiders.
  • Hannah Waddingham as Jax-Ur (formerly Sela-Sonn): The leader of the Black Zero terrorist group, and Val's former protégée.[8]
  • Emmett J. Scanlan as Lobo (season 2)[9]


Additionally, Doomsday briefly appears in the sixth, ninth and tenth episodes through CGI.[11] In July 2018, it was announced that, Nightwing and Flamebird will appear in the second season.[12]


No.TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
US viewers
1"Pilot"Ciaran Donnelly and Colm McCarthyTeleplay & Story by : David S. Goyer and Ian GoldbergMarch 21, 2018 (2018-03-21)U13.129911.32[13]
Two hundred years before the time of Kal-El (Superman), the corrupt regime leading the city of Kandor on Krypton executes Val-El, grandfather of Seg-El, for treason. Seg and his parents are stripped of their privileges and banished to the lower class slums. Fourteen years later, chief magistrate Daron-Vex, the same man who condemned the Els, arranges a marriage between Seg and his youngest daughter Nyssa, which will allow Seg to be restored to the upper classes. Adam Strange, a man from Earth in the future, gives Seg a Sunstone with the El symbol and telling him to find the "fortress". Seg's mother Charys takes him to the hidden Fortress of Solitude, which contains Val-El's research. Val had discovered an alien threat to Krypton, but was silenced for it. Charys is arrested. Brought before the council, and refusing to acknowledge the existence of the Fortress, Seg's parents attack the guards, only to be killed by Jayna-Zod. Back at the Fortress, Adam tells a depressed Seg that there is a future, but it is fading due to temporal meddling by a cosmic evil seeking to erase Superman.
2"House of El"Ciaran DonnellyCameron WelshMarch 28, 2018 (2018-03-28)U13.129521.07[14]
Seg disregards Adam's warning and plans vengeance on Daron. However, Daron explains that Val was executed for his heretical belief in life existing far from Krypton, convincing Seg of Adam's warning. Seg brings a Science Guild data tablet to Adam and Kem for examination, but as the data disagrees with Val's research, Seg plans to kill Daron. Nyssa gives Seg his parents' ashes for closure, and to manipulate his trust. Seg uses his blood to open a DNA lock in the Fortress, activating a hologram of Val. Seg swears to stop Brainiac, a "world collector" with Krypton in its sights. While reviewing the data further, Kem and Adam find evidence of a scout probe, and deduce that Brainiac is already on his way. Lyta, disturbed by the Military Guild readying to purge the slums to weed out Black Zero terrorists, challenges Quex-Ul to the death for command. Though Jayna warns her to reconsider, Lyta mercilessly kills Quex-Ul, taking command of the squadron.
3"The Rankless Initiative"Steve ShillNadria TuckerApril 4, 2018 (2018-04-04)U13.129530.95[15]
The Val hologram examines Brainiac's probe, learning it carried a sentry to infect a host. Adam finds the sentry probe on the black market, and brings it to Seg and Kem. The Sagitari begin to process the rankless, looking for Black Zero agents. Adam covertly brings the probe to Val, who reveals that the sentry itself is gone, and is active in a host. This host—Seg's neighbor Rhom—is activated by Brainiac and begins killing soldiers in her path. The Sagitari use excessive force on the rankless to coerce information about the bodies, leading to officer Kol-Da killing an unarmed man. Lyta arrests her. Seg uses a shock grenade from Lyta to take down the fully infected Rhom, who is gathering data about Krypton and transmitting it to Brainiac. Seg reveals to Lyta that Val was right about a pending threat to the planet, and the two prepare to defend Krypton without the Council's interference. Val confirms that Brainiac's modifications are keeping Rhom alive, and that she is a tracker that is now bringing Brainiac to Krypton.
4"The Word of Rao"Keith BoakLuke KalteuxApril 11, 2018 (2018-04-11)U13.129540.87[16]
Finding the failed Initiative has caused discontent, the Voice of Rao needs a scapegoat, and has Vex arrest Lyta on charges of treason. Elsewhere, "The Commander", a new player in Black Zero, orders his men to find Seg. Kem informs Seg of Lyta's predicament, and Seg asks Nyssa to save Lyta. Nyssa realizes her father falsified evidence, jeopardizing their plot to overthrow Rao. Nyssa makes an offer to Jayna: in exchange for Zod's support of the Vex coup, Nyssa and Daron will save Lyta. Torn between her honor and her love for Lyta, Jayna is hesitant. The Commander, fully aware of Brainiac, captures and questions Seg, as he needs to dissect the sentry before it finds a new host. Kem tells Rhom's daughter Ona that Rhom is dying; she presents a statuette of Rao an offering to the Voice of Rao, who invites Ona to become one of his disciples. At the Fortress, Rhom's last words are to stop Ona, as the statuette contains another sentry, which now infects the Voice of Rao. Seg escapes, but must navigate the endless Badlands storms.
5"House of Zod"Julius RamsayLina PatelApril 18, 2018 (2018-04-18)U13.129550.72[17]
Realizing Nyssa did it for Seg, Daron is enraged that Nyssa exposed their plans to Jayna. As Lyta is about to be killed, Jayna signals Nyssa that she will cooperate, and Daron stays the execution by saying that Kol-Da has recanted. The Sagitari stage Kol-Da's suicide. Jayna tells Lyta she loves her, but she has brought dishonor to the House of Zod. Seg rescues a woman, Raika, who guides him to a vault bearing a symbol combining the crests of houses Zod and El. Her people are alarmed when they learn that Seg is an El. They are exiled believers of the ice goddess Cythonna, and have guarded the vault for generations. Seg escapes, but as his respirator fails he uses the batteries to power his comm device, calling Adam so Lyta can find him. The Commander finds Seg near death, and after taking him back to the base, explains to Seg that the vault holds the key to stopping Brainiac. As Adam frees Seg, the Commander fights Lyta alone, and reveals he is really her son, Dru-Zod.
6"Civil Wars"Kate DennisDoris EganApril 25, 2018 (2018-04-25)U13.129560.60[18]
Dru-Zod explains that Brainiac's eventual removal of the city of Kandor from Krypton's surface leads to the planet's self-destruction. Knowing that in the future General Zod is "Superman's greatest enemy", Adam warns Seg and Lyta not to trust him, but Seg feels betrayed by Adam, who never mentioned Krypton's destruction. Seg and Zod use their co-mingled blood to open the vault, but a horrified Adam explains that the "weapon" it contains is Doomsday, an unstoppable humanoid killing machine created ages ago by the Els and Zods which will destroy whatever it sees. Though they decide not to release Doomsday, Seg cuts ties with Adam. Jayna recruits Dev-Em to the Vex conspiracy. A convicted terrorist bomber is released as a scapegoat for the pending attack on the Voice of Rao, and Jayna is forced to kill a soldier who suspects something is amiss. When the Voice commands Dev to open the Nova Cycle ceremony to the public, and Jayna and Daron forbid him from aborting the plot, Dev instead evacuates the ceremony and escorts the Voice to his chambers. There, Sagitari prepare to kill him, but the Brainiac-possessed Voice lashes out with destructive tentacles.
7"Transformation"Metin HüseyinDavid Paul FrancisMay 2, 2018 (2018-05-02)U13.129570.63[19]
As the infected Voice of Rao enslaves his attackers, Jayna escapes. Daron is forced to confess his complicity in the plot to Brainiac, who allows him to live as long as he executes Nyssa with the other conspirators. Seg and Lyta learn of the failed coup and Nyssa's house arrest. Having survived, Dev finds Lyta, and helps her search for Jayna. Nyssa thwarts her father's attempt to kill her, and escapes with Seg, who has come to help her as payback for her saving Lyta. When Jayna is found, she reveals to Lyta that she joined the coup to save her daughter's life. Dev reveals that he has been enslaved by Brainiac, and the Zods must join him or die. Lyta manages to shoot off his left arm, and leaves him for dead. Seg, Nyssa, and the Zods stage an assassination attempt on Brainiac, knowing they cannot harm him but hoping to incite the citizens of Kandor by forcing him to reveal his true alien self. The plan backfires when Brainiac makes a showy display of fiery power that he positions as a manifestation of Rao. Meanwhile, Adam decides to kill Dru-Zod and stop Seg from saving Kandor.
8"Savage Night"Marc RoskinDavid KobMay 9, 2018 (2018-05-09)U13.129580.53[20]
Seg and his allies learns that Brainiac is draining the life force from the Genesis Chamber, and plot to attack him there, where they believe he is vulnerable. Lyta finds that Dev is alive, and takes him to Val at the Fortress of Solitude. Zod brings Jayna to meet Jax-Ur, the leader of Black Zero, who agrees to help them access the Genesis Chamber in exchange for the delivery of Daron to her. Val frees Dev from Brainiac's control and hacks the Sagitari network. After Kem refuses to let him near Seg, Adam warns Daron of the impending attack. Jayna delivers a mortal injury to the Voice of Rao, but Brainiac is unharmed and escapes in the Voice's damaged body. After speaking with Zod about his origins, Jayna confides in Seg that she suspects he intends to conquer Krypton. Brainiac sends Ona to Seg as a bomb, but Adam saves Seg and Kem with his Zeta Beam device, while he is teleported to an unknown location, where he faces a motionless woman.
9"Hope"Lukas EttlinChad Fiveash & James StoterauxMay 16, 2018 (2018-05-16)U13.129590.61[21]
Zod and Lyta want to use Doomsday against Brainiac, but Seg refuses to use his blood to help Zod open the vault. Zod, however, has deduced that Seg is his father, so he is both a Zod and an El. The vault is empty; Seg and the followers of Cythonna have moved Doomsday. Jax-Ur, Val's former protégée, interrogates Daron. Zod challenges Jayna to a duel to the death, but Lyta stops Jayna from killing him. Seg and Nyssa convince Black Zero and the remaining Sagitari to work together against Brainiac, but the attack fails. Nyssa stops Brainiac from killing Seg by destroying the Voice's body, but Brainiac himself manifests in Kandor.
10"The Phantom Zone"Ciaran DonnellyChad Fiveash & James Stoteraux & Cameron WelshMay 23, 2018 (2018-05-23)U13.129600.56[22]
With Kandor's protective dome disabled, Brainiac's ship arrives and begins collecting the city. Zod reveals that Val is alive, trapped in the Phantom Zone, and retrieves him. Val explains that there's no way to avoid Brainiac's victory. Jax tells Nyssa that she is a clone of the original Nyssa, created using a method of immortality for Kandor's elite devised from Jax's codex technology. Later, Zod offers up Val and his future knowledge to Brainiac, in exchange for sparing Kandor. At the Fortress of Solitude, Seg traps Brainiac in the Phantom Zone, but Brainiac pulls Seg in with him at the last second. Superman's cape is restored, but it now bears the Zod crest, and Dru-Zod destroys the Phantom Zone gateway to continue the new timeline. After a month, Zod seizes control of Kandor, and other Kryptonian city-states, as Val tries to repair the gateway. In an unknown location elsewhere, Doomsday escapes containment. In the altered future, Adam sees a giant statue of Zod in the immobilized Earth city he is in.



In 2014, it was reported that David S. Goyer was developing a prequel television series titled Krypton.[23] 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.[24] 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.[25] On April 18, 2017, the first teaser trailer of Krypton was released online, teasing the show's debut in 2017.[26] However, the following month, Syfy tweeted a debut of 2018.[27]

On May 22, 2018, Syfy renewed Krypton for a second season, which is expected to premiere in 2019.[28]


In September 2016, Georgina Campbell, was cast as Lyta Zod.[29] Shaun Sipos was cast as Adam Strange in September 2017.[30] The following month, producers cast Cameron Cuffe as Superman's grandfather Seg-El, Ian McElhinney as Seg's grandfather Val-El, Elliot Cowan as Daron-Vex, Ann Ogbomo as Jayna-Zod, Rasmus Hardiker as Kem, Wallis Day as Nyssa-Vex, and Aaron Pierre as Dev-Em.[31] In November, Blake Ritson and Paula Malcomson were cast as Brainiac and Charys.[32] In January 2018, Hannah Waddingham was cast as Jax-Ur.[33]

Hawkwoman was originally announced to appear in the series;[34][2][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]

In September 2018, Emmett J. Scanlan was cast as the second season's main villain Lobo.[9]


In June 2016, production on the pilot was slated to begin later in the year in Montreal.[2] By September 2016, the pilot was to be filmed in Serbia by Colm McCarthy.[4][37]

Related media[edit]

In 2018, DC debuted a comic book version of Krypton featuring the show's cast on the cover for Free Comic Book Day.[38] An after-show titled Decrypting Krypton premiered on SyFy on March 21, 2018, following Krypton's premiere episode. Decrypting Krypton features host Matt Hiscox discussing the latest episode with fans, actors, and producers of Krypton.[39]


Krypton premiered on March 21, 2018 and the first season consisted of ten episodes.[40]


Critical reception[edit]

The series holds a score of 60% on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 35 reviews, with an average rating of 6.31/10. Rotten Tomatoes's critical consensus reads: "Krypton's eccentricity declines into silliness with a dull narrative that fails to fulfill a promising premise."[41] On Metacritic, the series has a weighted average score of 53 out of 100, based on 14 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[42]


No. Title Air date Rating
DVR viewers
Total viewers
1 "Pilot" March 21, 2018 0.4 1.32[13] 0.5 1.59 0.9 2.91[43]
2 "House of El" March 28, 2018 0.3 1.07[14] 0.4 1.43 0.7 2.50[44]
3 "The Rankless Initiative" April 4, 2018 0.3 0.95[15] 0.4 1.30 0.7 2.25[45]
4 "The Word of Rao" April 11, 2018 0.3 0.87[16] 0.3 1.26 0.6 2.11[46]
5 "House of Zod" April 18, 2018 0.2 0.72[17] N/A N/A N/A N/A
6 "Civil Wars" April 25, 2018 0.2 0.60[18] 0.3 1.08 0.5 1.68[47]
7 "Transformation" May 2, 2018 0.2 0.63[19] N/A N/A N/A N/A
8 "Savage Night" May 9, 2018 0.2 0.53[20] 0.3 0.99 0.5 1.52[48]
9 "Hope" May 16, 2018 0.2 0.61[21] N/A N/A N/A N/A
10 "The Phantom Zone" May 23, 2018 0.1 0.56[22] 0.4 0.91 0.5 1.47[49]


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