Who’s not thrilled to hear once again the fateful phrase, ‘Danger Will Robinson… Danger’ as the third and final season of the reimagined 1965 Irwin Allen sci-fi classic is soon in hand; Netflix launches the space opera’s concluding episodes December 1.
Netflix let loose another Lost in Space trailer to amp us up for the third and final season of its sci-fi thriller, which hits the streamer on December 1. The countdown has begun and we’re ready to watch the classic boy genius and his family hurdle through space once again as they fight for humanity and each other in this long-awaited conclusion to the reimagining of Irwin Allen’s iconic, campy 1965 series. And nothing could hype fans of the iconic nuclear space family more than hearing “Danger, Will Robinson” straight from the robot’s mouth / faceplate.
Take a gander at the stunning visuals and the family’s fight to survive in the new trailer and stills that feature aliens, action, and of course, the loveable Robot:
In Season 3, the stakes are high and the Robinson family's survival instincts are put to the ultimate test. After a year trapped on a mysterious planet, Judy, Penny, Will and the Robot must lead 97 young Colonists in a harrowing evacuation -- but not before secrets are unearthed that will change their lives forever. Meanwhile John and Maureen must battle overwhelming odds as they try to reunite with their kids. The Robinsons will have to grapple with the emotional challenge of not just being lost-- but being separated from each other as they face the greatest alien threat yet.
Created and executive produced by Zack Estrin, the show stars 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 / Zoe Smith; Brian Steele as the Robot; and Sibongile Mlambo as Angela Goddard. In addition to Estrin, the show is executive produced by Kevin Burns; Jon Jashni; Matt Sazama; and Burk Sharpless. The show’s creators are Matt Sazama; Burk Sharpless; and Irwin Allen.
The remarkable visuals were produced a huge list of VFX studios, managed by the show’s production VFX supervisor, Jabbar Raisani and Terron Pratt, the production VFX producer. The list impressive list of vendors includes Animism; Big Hug FX; Cadence Effects; Digital Domain; Fin Design + Effects; Framestore; Futureworks; Image Engine; Important Looking Pirates; Mackevision; Mels; MPC Episodic; Pixomondo; and The Resistance VFX.