Netflix's LOST IN SPACE Globally Launches on April 13, 2018

Fifty years after the classic sci-fi series "Lost in Space" signed off the air it has found new life in the digital spectrum. "Lost in Space" is now a Netflix Original promising a modern reimagining of the classic 1960’s science fiction series of the same name. Set 30 years in the future, colonization in space is now a reality and the Robinson family is among those tested and selected to make a new life for themselves in a better world. But when the new colonists find themselves abruptly torn off course en route to their new home they must forge new alliances and work together to survive in a dangerous alien environment, lightyears from their original destination. Read more about the series and catch its trailer and poster below:

"Lost in Space" stars Toby Stephens as John Robinson, and Molly Parker as Maureen Robinson, the family’s parental leaders who are struggling with their estranged relationship in the midst of trying to keep their family safe. As the Robinson kids, Taylor Russell is the strong-willed and confident Judy, Mina Sundwall is the quick-witted and definitive middle-child Penny, and Max Jenkins is the curious and sensitive Will Robinson, the youngest and most vulnerable of the clan, who forms an unlikely and inexplicable bond with a sentient robotic alien being. Stranded along with the Robinsons are two outsiders who find themselves thrown together by circumstance and a mutual knack for deception. The unsettlingly charismatic Dr. Smith played by Parker Posey, is a master manipulator with an inscrutable end game. And the roguish, but inadvertently charming Don West, played by Ignacio Serricchio is a highly-skilled contractor, who had no intention of joining the colony, let alone crash landing on a lost planet.
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