"Krypton" is an American television series directed by Colm McCarthy, Ciaran Donnelly, Steve Shill, Keith Boak, Julius Ramsay, Metin Hüseyin, Lukas Ettlin, David S. Goyer and Damian Kindler.
The starring cast includes Cameron Cuffe, Georgina Campbell, Shaun Sipos, Elliot Cowan, Ann Ogbomo, Aaron Pierre, Rasmus Hardiker, Wallis Day, Blake Ritson, Ian McElhinney and others.
Here are "Krypton" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for Krypton TV series?
DC on Saturday, May 11, 2019 released the trailer for "Krypton" you can watch here:
Krypton - Season 2 Lobo Trailer.
What is Krypton TV series plot?
Here is a short review of "Krypton" TV series plot summary.
Krypton follows Superman's grandfather, Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe), 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.
Who plays who in the Krypton TV series?
Here is the full cast and characters of "Krypton" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Cameron Cuffe as Seg-El Scion of the House of El, father of Jor-El and the future grandfather of Kal-El
Georgina Campbell as Lyta-Zod The Primus in the Kryptonian military guild
Shaun Sipos as Adam Strange A human from the future
Elliot Cowan as Daron-Vex The former chief magistrate of Kandor, charged with defending Krypton's oligarchy
Ann Ogbomo as Jayna-Zod The former Primus of the Kryptonian military guild, and mother of Lyta Asiatu Koroma portrays young Jayna
Aaron Pierre as Dev-Em A former commander in the Kryptonian army, and Lyta's ex-betrothed
Rasmus Hardiker as Kem A former bar owner and Seg's best friend
Wallis Day as Nyssa-Vex The former junior magistrate and the daughter of Daron-Vex 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
Ian McElhinney as Val-El Seg's grandfather
Colin Salmon as General Dru-Zod The future son of Lyta-Zod and Seg-El and the new ruler of Krypton
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
Tipper Seifert-Cleveland as Ona (season 1): The daughter of Rhom
Alexis Raben as Rhom (season 1): A rankless Kryptonian, the mother of Ona, and a friend of the House of El
Andrea Vasiliou as Kol-Da (season 1): A callous member of the Sagitari, and Daron's lover
India Mullen as Sevi (season 1): A member of the Religious Guild
Sarah Armstrong as Kiyo (season 1): A member of Black Zero
Sonita Henry as Raika A member of the Cythonnite sect
Aoibhinn McGinnity as Lis-Ser (season 2): A Kryptonian scientist trying to put Doomsday under Dru-Zod's control
Lukas Loughran as Junra A member of the Cythonnite sect
Rupert Graves as Ter-El (season 1): Seg's father
Paula Malcomson as Charys-El (season 1): Seg's mother
Gordon Alexander as Quex-Ul (season 1): The former commander of Lyta's Sagitari squadron
Staz Nair as Dax Baron / Doomsday A Kryptonian
Toni O'Rourke as Wedna-El (season 2): A Kryptonian scientist
Dempsey Bovell as Van-Zod (season 2): A Kryptonian scientist
Nicholas Witham-Mueller as Young Seg-El
Kae Alexander as Araame
Kim Adis as Anda
Antony Somers as Bouncer
Faisal Mohammed as Vidar
Shane Lennon as Commander Dahl
Ciarán Owens as Commander Preus
Saif Al-Warith as Sagitari Thur
Jennifer Lee Moon as Tai-Un
Amy De Bhrún as Sagitari Pline
Paul Kennedy as Tovis-Fen
Shobu Kapoor as Mama Zed
Patrick Buchanan as Dar-On
Beatrice Comins as Anireh
Nicholas Prasad as Mal
Isabelle Connolly as Pilot Two
Aron Hegarty as Rebel Guard
Luke Neal as Commander Rune-Lux
David Crowley as Yim-Gar
Anthony Kaye as Soldier #4
Asiatu Koroma as Young Jayna
Celine Abrahams as Stak
Danielle Galligan as Enaj
Kojii Helnwein as Captain
Johanna O'Brien as Rebel Tech
Ciaran O'Grady as Young Sagitari
Michael Patrick as Sagitari Officer
Desmond Eastwood as Taz-Ran
Malachi Hallett as Young Vidar
Natalia Kostrzewa as Woman
Phill Langhorne as Lawmaker
Chris McCurry as Ven
Richard Pepple as Tonzol
Rolan Bell as Commander Rel-Tut
Christine Clare as Commander
Toby-Alexander Smith as Lor-Ran
Ed White as Sagitari Sergeant
Brahm Gallagher as Laborer
Emmanuel Ighodaro as Lor-Zod
Danijel Korsa as Prisoner #3
Theo Morton as Muscular Conspirator
Steve Chusak as Muscular Sagitari
Éanna Hardwicke as Sagitari Lan-Dy
Olga Wehrly as Med-Tech
Josh Bradshaw as Cadet #1
Christopher Sciueref as Katich
Emmett J. Scanlan as Lobo (season 2): A bounty hunter and assassin with regenerative powers and enhanced strength
Miles Yekinni as Tall Sagitari
Dave Duffy as Grizzled Rebel
Seyan Sarvan as Forward Scout
Remi Shore as Guard #1
Killian Coyle as Tak
Adam Fielding as Cadet #3
Esosa Ighodaro as Sagitari #1
Stephen Kelly as Terrified Rankless
James Atherton as Sagitari One
Jack Morgan as Frightened Boy
Tony Flynn as Ton-Re
Hadrian Howard as Technician #1
Nigel O'Neill as Intel Chief
Martin Pemberton as Angry Rankless
Peter Basham as Technician #2
Sean McNamee as Confused Rankless
Christopher Grant as Sagitari Soldier #1
Lucy McConnell as Sagitari Soldier
Sara Dylan as Sagitari Soldier #2
What are Krypton filming details?
"Krypton" series are produced by DC Entertainment, Warner Bros. Television Studios, Phantom Four Films and Warner Horizon Television.
The average duration of each episode is 45 minutes. Country of origin: United States, Canada and United Kingdom. Original language: English.
What are critics and audiences saying about Krypton TV series?
"Krypton" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.9/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 61/100.
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