In May 2018, Netflix had confirmed that a second season of Lost In Space is in the works. The first season of the series which is a reboot of a 60’s show of the same name received mixed reviews upon its release. However, the high viewership numbers encouraged Netflix to renew it for a second season. Although no specific release date has been announced yet, there’s some speculation that the season may be released in November 2019 or early 2020.
The first season dropped in April 2018.
The series revolves around the Robinson family which is selected for the 24th mission of the Resolute, an interstellar spacecraft in order to colonize the Alpha Centauri Star System. Since the first season ended in a cliff hanger, some predictions can be made about the second season.
The first season was just the beginning for the Robinson family as far as their problems go.
Fans can expect that in this season the family will be completely separated from the rest of the comrades of the Resolute to a distant and unexplored corner of the universe.
No one really knows much about the location of this place, but the closest guess is that it is somehow related to the Robot from season 1. So it is safe to assume that there may be more robots this season.
Max Jenkins, who plays Will Robinson while speaking to PopCulture said that this season is “going to be bigger than ever”. Series creators Burk Sharpless and Matt Shazama have also said in a previous interview that they have some wild ideas for the second season.
It will be exciting to see what creative direction they take in the second season. Being one of the most popular sci-fi shows out there, expectations are high. The fans would have to wait for a few months to get Lost in Space, again.