Superman Prequel Series Krypton Rolls Out First Official Promos

Superman Prequel Series Krypton Rolls Out First Official Promos

When you take a moment to combine the current roster of Marvel and DC-related TV shows – both on air and in the pipeline – you’ll no doubt uncover a treasure trove of costumed crusaders. On the one hand, Marvel has made serious headway through its collaboration with Netflix, resulting in four standalone series based on Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist and Mike Colter’s Hero for Hire, Luke Cage. With four solo series now under their belt, all eyes are beginning to turn toward The Defenders ahead of its bow in August.

DC, meanwhile, has found great success within the Arrowverse – an umbrella that encompasses The Flash, Arrow, Vixen and Legends of Tomorrow. But there’s another show looming on the horizon, and its name is Krypton. Syfy’s Superman prequel series done the rounds earlier this week after a leaked trailer surfaced onto the interwebs, only to be pulled shortly thereafter.

If you didn’t get the chance to watch said promo, don’t worry; the official Krypton Instagram account comes bearing gifts. First spotted by CBM, below you’ll find two teasers for the upcoming prequel series – teasers designed to introduce newcomer Cameron Cuffe as Seg-El, the Man of Steel’s grandfather.

The untold story of #Krypton begins this year on #Syfy.

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Where heroes are forged. Watch #Krypton on #Syfy in 2017.

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Produced by David Goyer, the series follows our hero as he “fights to redeem his family’s honor and save his beloved world from chaos.” A journey to the fabled Fortress is on the cards, it seems, and we know that Cuffe will be rubbing shoulders with Georgina Campbell (Lyta Zod), Ian McElhinney (Val-El), Elliot Cowan (Daron-Vex), Ann Ogbomo (Alura Zod), Rasmus Hardiker (Kem), Wallis Day (Nyssa-Vex) and, finally, Aaron Pierre as Dev-Em.

Still no word on when Krypton will air, and it’s worth remembering that Syfy has only ordered a pilot episode thus far. Nevertheless, we’ll keep you posted as this story develops.

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