‘Krypton’ Canceled By Syfy After 2 Seasons, ‘Lobo’ Spinoff Not Moving Forward

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‘Krypton’ Canceled By Syfy After 2 Seasons, ‘Lobo’ Spinoff Not Moving Forward
Syfy has canceled its Superman-prequel “Krypton” after two seasons, while also deciding not to move forward with its “Lobo” spinoff, TheWrap has learned.

Both “Krypton” and “Lobo” were from Warner Horizon, which will shop “Krypton” to other outlets, an individual with knowledge of the discussions tells TheWrap. “Krypton,” which centered on Superman’s grandfather, wrapped its second season on Wednesday. The network was also developing a spinoff around the bounty-hunter Lobo, who made his debut this season.

Krypton” took place about 200 years before Superman existed and centers on his grandfather and his quest to save his planet from destruction.

Cameron Cuffe starred as Seg-El, while Emmett J. Scanlan played Lobo.

“Krypton” also starred Georgina Campbell, Shaun Sipos, Colin Salmon, Ann Ogbomo, Aaron Pierre, Rasmus Hardiker, Wallis Day, Blake Ritson and Ian McElhinney. Krypton was executive produced by David S. Goyer, alongside Cameron Welsh, who served as showrunner.

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