The 10-episode second season of Syfy’s DC Comics series, “Krypton,” comes to an end tonight, but it still remains to be seen whether or not the series as a whole is coming to an end at the same time.

The network hasn’t revealed news yet about whether it will cancel the show or renew it for a Season 3, which means fans will just have to watch tonight’s Season 2 finale and hope for another season that’ll answer whatever inevitable cliffhangers the episode leaves behind.

“Krypton” is currently the only Syfy series that hasn’t been renewed or canceled, with the other shows being a mixed bag of renewals and cancellations. “The Magicians,” which is the highest-rated show on the network, both in the 18-49 demographic and in average viewers, has been renewed for a Season 5.

But what about the shows closest in ratings to “Krypton”?

Freshman series “Deadly Class,” whose 0.14 average rating in the key demo was better than the DC show’s current average of 0.11 in the demo, according to TV Series Finale, got canned. Its average weekly viewers — 0.396 million — was worse than that of “Krypton,” though, with the latter currently having 0.414 million average viewers weekly.

That said, “Wynona Earp” was renewed for another season and it has the same demo rating as “Krypton” and only a slightly higher number (0.472) of viewers. This means Syfy could decide to give the show another chance, especially since it’s also already ordered a spinoff series about Lobo.

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Cameron Cuffe as Seg-El in the Season 2 finale of “Krypton.” Steffan Hill / Syfy

Although a Season 3 hasn’t yet been ordered, that hasn’t stopped star Cameron Cuffe (Seg-El), from speculating about what the possible new episodes could bring for his character.

“Season 1 was very, very focused. It was almost entirely in Kandor. Season 2 expands the world and the story even farther,” he told Rotten Tomatoes. “And season 3, I think we want to go even bigger again.”

He continued: “This is purely me theorizing. I think there are really incredible things that bond General Zod [played by Colin Salmon] and Seg to each other. And one of those things is the experience of the Phantom Zone. But what is it going to be like when Seg finally understands what a yellow sun does to Kryptonian physiology?”

While fans wait to see what the future holds for the Syfy series, there’s still tonight’s Season 2 finale, titled “The Alpha and the Omega,” left to watch.

“Seg [Cameron Cuffe] and his allies face-off against General Zod with the future of Krypton at stake,” the Season 2, episode 10 synopsis reveals of the big finale.

The show also stars Georgina Campbell (Lyta-Zod), Shaun Sipos (Adam Strange), Ann Ogbomo (Jayna-Zod), Aaron Pierre (Dev-Em), Rasmus Hardiker (Kem), Wallis Day (Nyssa-Vex), Blake Ritson (Brainiac) and Ian McElhinney (Val-El).

The Season 2 finale of “Krypton” airs on Wednesday on Syfy at 10 p.m. EDT.