Fans that missed out on the first season of Syfy's Superman prequel series, Krypton, will be able to catch up when it hits DC Universe next month.
During the DC Universe panel at WonderCon tonight, the streaming service announced that the first season of Krypton will be available to stream as of April 5. The series, which stars Cameron Cuffe as Seg-El, takes place two generations before the ultimate destruction of Krypton.
The first season of Krypton managed to include plenty of twists throughout its initial 10 episodes, however, it appears those behind the series are upping the stakes this year with the inclusion of the fan-favorite Lobo, as well as even more Doomsday, as promised by the Season 2 trailer. Emmett J. Scanlan (In the Flesh, Guardians of the Galaxy) is set to portray the iconic mercenary and bounty hunter, who is set to wreak havoc for those on Krypton.
News that Krypton would hit DC Universe first surfaced back in October, however, this marks the first official news since then confirming the show's arrival next week. The series will join other past DC films and television series, including Batman: The Animated Series, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Superman: The Movie and Constantine, to name a few.
Don't have DC Universe? The series is also available to watch On Demand and online courtesy of Syfy.
As it stands, the second season of Krypton, which was announced back in May, has not yet unveiled a premiere date.
Returning in 2019 on Syfy, Krypton stars Cameron Cuffe as Seg-El, Shaun Sipos as Adam Strange, Georgina Campbell as Lyta-Zod, Elliot Cowan as Daron-Vex, Ann Ogbomo as Jayna-Zod, Rasmus Hardiker as Kem, Wallis Day as Nyssa-Vex, Aaron Pierre as Dev-Em, Ian McElhinney as Val-El and Blake Ritson as Brainiac.