But what has really carried Krypton so far has been the fact that, despite being a prequel, it is intent on forging its own path. While it’s full of nods to Superman and the wider DC Universe, Krypton has managed to avoid falling into many of the usual prequel traps, and if you think you know how this story ends, you’re probably mistaken.
No other details are currently available. But since the first season introduced not only characters directly related to Superman and his homeworld, but also Adam Strange, it’s a safe bet that we’ll be seeing more of the cosmic side of the DC Universe in Krypton Season 2.
Krypton Season 2 Trailer
It’s finally here! The Krypton season 2 teaser reveals the return of Brainiac, a more powerful Dru-Zod, and the best looking Doomsday we’ve ever seen.
Krypton Season 2 Cast
There haven’t been a ton of new casting announcements about Krypton season 2, but one thing we do know…Emmett J. Scanlan is playing Lobo. We have more details about how Scanlan will approach the role of Lobo right here.
Krypton Season 2 Release Date
At the moment, all SYFY has said is that Krypton Season 2 will return in 2019. Since the first season arrived in March, and that’s a favorite premiere window for the network, we’ll pencil this in for some time in second quarter of 2019. As soon as this is confirmed, I’ll update this article.