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Lost in Space Season 3: Everything You Need To Know

The Lost in Space reboot has been a huge success so far. If you’re looking to jump into the series or want to be ahead of the game for season 3, then this is your chance! In anticipation of that, we’re going to take a look back at Lost in Space and discuss what we know about Lost in Space Season 3.

The release date of Lost in Space Season 3:

Till now, the only confirmed release date is broad 2021 for the release of Lost in Space season 3. We can guess the release of this series in the summer or fall of 2021.

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The cast of Lost in Space Season 3:

  • Molly Parker as Maureen Robinson
  • Toby Stephens as John Robinson
  • Maxwell Jenkins as Will Robinson
  • Taylor Russell as Judy Robinson
  • Mina Sundwall as Penny Robinson
  • Ignacio Serricchio as Don West
  • Parker Posey as June Harris / Dr. Smith
  • Brian Steele as the Robot

What Lost in Space is about?

Lost in Space is a contemporary remake of the 1965 family/sci-fi series of the same name. Lost in Space represents the third (aired) version of the concept and the fourth version overall.

The original first season predated Star Trek by one year and was shot entirely in black-and-white. This first season was far darker and realistic than the subsequent seasons, which makes the original legacy of Lost in Space are somewhat mixed.

The plot of Lost in Space Season 3:

It’s unclear right now, but the series has to address a lot of dangling plot threads. Clearly, the Robinson family will either be reunited or not.

The survival of Dr. Smith has to be addressed, and the secret to the origin of the mysterious race of alien robots has to be fully explained. On top of that, Season 3 will need to explain how Judy’s biological father, Grant Kelly, is wrapped up in all of that.

It’s actually quite a lot of material, and considering Season 3 left all the characters “lost in space” in their own unique ways, it means the writers have their work cut out for them. That said, for fans of the series so far, there’s every reason to believe this season will be the best one yet.

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