“Lost in Space” is a reimagining of the 1965 pioneering sci-fi series of the same name that premiered on black-and-white TV screens across America. That show came from the imagination of Irwin Allen, and showrunner Zack Estrin has done to this what Ron D. Moore did to Glen A. Larson’s 1978 “Battlestar Galactica.” It’s been updated, reimagined, regendered, tweaked, and fine-tuned and the result has been one of the sci-fi shows on TV recently.
“Lost in Space” is bringing back the 1965 black and white American version, which has been highly appreciated by the broad public. The idea of Irwin Allen and Zack Estrin has been reinterpreted by Netflix, resulting in one of the most-watched sci-fi series on the platform.
The plot of the story finds Robinson’s family, which has crashed on the surface of an alien planet. The narrative row includes their unbelievable day-to-day struggles to escape and the hidden dangers they encounter.
More details on “Lost in Space” Season 3 on Netflix
After the cheering success that the first two seasons have encountered, Netflix decided to announce the upcoming 3rd season. They say that they are currently filming the last episodes of the whole series. Estrin has stated that they have always envisaged “Lost in Space” as the perfect trilogy, where the beginning, the middle and the end are pictured for the watcher. The little kid, Will Robinson is fastly growing up, offering more credit to the plot of the episodes.
Besides for the sci-fi fans, Netflix has recently announced that they are going to collaborate on many more projects with Estrin. The producer has expressed his willingness to explore many more plots next to the Netflix family, even though the genre was not stated.
The developers have announced that the third season of “Lost in Space” will be available in 2021 only on Netflix. Users can access Netflix by paying a monthly subscription tax starting from 8.99 USD.