The third season of the fantastic space adventure is coming on Netflix.
Netflix has not yet officially confirmed this, but the show’s creator is already working on it and by the response, this series has received, the show’s return is inevitable.
The show’s co-writer, Burk Sharpless said, “They kind of let you write on it and then they don’t give you the green light until after the show comes out.” And he later added, “But it’s pretty good so they’re gonna.”
The next level of confidence on season two is reflected in Netflix’s scheduling, as it landed on the streaming service on Christmas Eve during the prime bingeing season.
Here’s everything you need to know about Lost In Space Season 3!
Lost In Space Season 3: Release Date
Danger Will Robinson! You need to take this with a pinch of space salt (totally a thing, we didn’t just invent it), because Netflix’s hoe the schedule of the shows have been so far is a little bit erratic.
Season one landed on Netflix in April 2018 and season two got out of nowhere into the 2019 schedule on December 24.
Now, there is no confirmation of the show’s third season and even then there’s a lot of pressure on the special effects team. So it’s tough for Lost in Space season three to make the 2020 schedule.
Even if somehow it does, do not expect it in April.
It’ll be another late-year debut to give the team as much time as possible to create this complex show.
We guess that season three will be aired in January 2021.
Lost In Space Season 3: Cast and Crew
Robinson’s family, the center of the franchise on whom it is based will undoubtedly be back. Parents Maureen and John, will be presumed by Molly Parker and Toby Stephens.
The Robinson kids, Judy, Will, and Penny aka Taylor Russell, Maxwell Jenkins and Mina Sundwall will also all be back for more.
The character Angela who was played by Sibongile Mlambo in the first season was also seen in the second season so we expect she’ll return for season three too.
We’d also expect the series’ most charismatic villains characters will be presumed by performers behind them, Parker Posey and Ignacio Serricchio (June Harris and Don West respectively), will come back to cause problems too.
Lost In Space: Plot and What Can We Expect?
The show will evolve into a new set of adventures but no matter what happens, the Robinsons will be at the center of it.
“I mean you know [the] Robinson family will go on forever. But the story that we started with [the] pilot with the robots and everything else we want to have, we know what the ending is,” co-writer Matt Sazama has said.
“There’s a very satisfying conclusion to that story. More stories then can happen after that.”
“I like that there’s like a clear story when you see Will in the pilot of season one,” Sharpless added.
That story is: “One of a bad thing through an act of love changing and perhaps finding redemption, and changing from what it was to what it can be and what the power of forgiveness and love can be. And that we early on realized it’s kind of the theme of the whole show.”
Sharpless added: “I mean as the shows evolved we have given in to almost more of a Star Wars space opera vibe. But one of the cool things about the beginning was you can take Maureen (Molly Parker) and have her science your way out of problems.”
“We have a lot of fun,” said Sazama. “We like a lot of things and we drop in different versions of shows.”
So, the tradition of messing with genres will continue in season three.