Krypton Is Expected To Return For Season 2 in 2019

Krypton

It seems that Syfy invaded the domain of The CW while releasing their brand new sci-fi action series, Krypton. And apparently, this attempt to dethrone the leader of a superhero genre was a success. Krypton has gained enough viewers and caused the interest of the target audience. That's why many viewers are wondering whether there will be a second season of Krypton on Syfy? It was clear to us that there must be another installment of Krypton on Syfy. Luckily, we were right in our forecast. On May 22, 2018, the cable broadcaster confirmed that Krypton had been renewed for a sophomore season.

First and foremost, it's worth noting that the Pilot of Krypton has garnered 1.319 million viewers, an incredible amount for Syfy, with a 0.42 demo rating among adults 18-49. For instance, the network's hit The Expanse has drawn just 1.19 million viewers. But bear in mind, Syfy had renewed the space opera for two more seasons last years. If we gaze at other shows on Syfy, they were even less successful in the ratings. However, the cable network opted to renew such series as Dark Matter, The Magicians, Wynonna Earp, etc., for more and more seasons. As a result, the ratings of Krypton are comparable with the network's top-rated series such as Z Nation, 12 Monkeys, and The Expanse. So, only given this factor, we were confident that Krypton has a good chance for Season 2 on Syfy.

Well, let's now pay our attention to the response from critics and viewers. We can't claim that critics were impressed; in turn, their reviews were primarily mixed. However, if we take a look at the reception by the viewers, they were fully satisfied by watching Krypton. On Rotten Tomatoes, the first season of the freshman series holds a score of 6.33/10 and a 58% approval rating among critics, while the viewers have evaluated Krypton at 4.1/5/80%. On Metacritic, the show's scores are 53/100 and 6.4/10, among critics/viewers, respectively. An overall rating of Krypton is 7.4/10 > 1000 votes. Thus, as we could see, despite the ambivalent response from critics, the sci-fi drama was a success among the target audience.

Summing up, this has been just a matter of time when Syfy is about to announce the renewal of Krypton. This sci-fi series showcased excellent ratings during its premiere; the target audience found the show impressive enough; Krypton looked like a high-budget well-done television project. As a result, we concluded that Krypton would return for Season 2 on Syfy. Fortunately, we were right.

What's The Show Krypton About?

If you have not watched this gripping sci-fi action drama series on Syfy yet, we suggest you read a brief overview of Krypton below. Otherwise, you may scroll down to get acquainted with our forecast on the possible release date for a next season.

The story takes place at the legendary Man of Steel's home planet, Krypton and focuses on the Superman's grandfather, Seg-El. Before the destruction of Krypton, Seg-El had been struggling to redeem his family's honor. The House of El is shamed since Seg claims that a world-killer was coming to the planet. However, after an attack on the government, Seg gets a chance to clear his family's name by joining those who sentenced and destroyed his clan. When the truth surfaced, Seg has to work alongside the system to protect his family's future and legacy. After all, if Seg isn't able to defend his clan, the world wouldn't ever see the savior of the universe, known on Earth as Superman.

On The Likely Release Date For Season 2 Of Krypton

Syfy has renewed Krypton for another installment, to premiere in 2019. It could take at least one year to produce another season of Krypton. The show's budget looks immense. Therefore, we tend to believe that Krypton might return for a second season next spring, in March or April 2019. However, bear in mind that this is nothing but our forecast. Of course, we are looking forward to the official statement from Syfy. Be sure; we will update this article when Syfy announces any additional news on the subject. For now, stay tuned for updates. We'll keep you informed.