Lost In Space Season 2 premiered on Netflix on Tuesday, December 24, but that will not be the end of the series inspired by the classic fiction production of Irwin Allen from the 60s, since, although it is not yet official, it will have a third installment.
The creators of the show are already working on the new episodes. “They let you write about it and then they don’t give you the green light until the show comes out,” said co-writer Burk Sharpless through CheatSheet. “But it’s pretty good, so they will,” he added.
“Lost in space” is set three decades in the future, when the colonisation of space is already a reality and where the Robinson family is among those selected to start a new civilisation in a distant world. But when the settlers are abruptly off the road to their new home, they must forge powerful alliances and work together to survive in a dangerous alien environment, light years from their original destination.
In the second installment of the fiction, created and written by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless, the Robinsons are stranded deep in space and join together as a family and with their travel companions to explore unknown planets, face new dangers and find To his beloved robot.
Those who should definitely return for the third season are the Robinsons, that is, Molly Parker, Toby Stephens, Taylor Russell, Maxwell Jenkins and Mina Sundwall, all will be part of the new episodes.
Also, Sibongile Mlambo, who plays Angela, became a regular character in the second season, so she is likely to return for the third round of chapters. Parker Posey and Ignacio Serricchio (June Harris and Don West, respectively) are also expected to return to complicate things for the Robinsons.
The third season of “Lost in space” still has no release date on Netflix , but most likely the new episodes will reach the streaming platform sometime in 2020.