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Lost In Space Season 3- the Conclusion to the Epic Sci-Fi Saga Trailer Out Today!

As Ron D. Moore is to Glen A. Larson’s Battlestar Galactica, Zack Estrin is to Irwin Allen’s Lost In Space. Estrin reimagines one of the pioneering sci-fi brilliance and produces it on one of the leading platforms of the time. Netflix has offered some really amazing originals and this one had not been an exception either. However, the epic journey hits an end on the 1st of December this year.

The story is set in the future and functions in some of the most popular and classical tropes of the sci-fi genre. However, Estrin never did promise any out-of-the-box ideas but rather delivered some brand new twists and turns based on the traditional sci-fi tropes. And now that the saga is about to end, it is high time you catch up with the series. Believe me, you would not regret it. Again, if you are one of the fans and are here to just take a quick glance at what the concluding season is looking like, then you are at the right place. Keep reading and find out what the fate of the Robinson family is looking like.

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The story so far…

The show follows the story of a group of individuals who have been selected to travel to space, to look after their colony Resolute. The main team involves the Robinson family, the husband and wife with their two biological and one adopted children, a ship mechanic, Don West (and his lucky chicken, Debbie), Angela Goddard, a fellow survivor, and a few more human characters, along with a robot character, the Robot. The robot is, in fact, a rather important character in the series, and Will (the youngest Robinson son) develops a great bond with him as well as the series progresses.

The second season had ended in a major cliffhanger, with the little amount of hope fragmented across light-years in space. No, literally! The Robinson family gets separated as the adopted daughter attempts to take the 97 Resolute children to safety in a Jupiter driven by Robot, the parents and Don stay behind to destroy the attacking robots’ ship and the Resolute as well. There are sacrifices made and lives lost. There are some near-death experiences as Hastings (the intelligence officer on the Resolute) keeps up with his plots to gain control over the ship, anchoring it towards Alpha Centauri, stranding a handful of colonists on some alien planet.

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Season 2 ends with Judy Robinson trying to save a group of children in a ship flown by Robot, following a radar signal, discovering the Fortuna, a ship that was assumed to have been lost and destroyed 20 years ago, while the parents and Don stay behind. The family now segregated face their own adventures and misadventures as Judy encounters his biological father, the captain of the Fortuna, and the Robinsons and Don look on to their next agenda after exploding the Resolute.

Season 3 Reveals (spoilers ahead!)

The season 3 trailer starts with a voice recording of Will Robinson- “If you’re watching this recording, there’s a chance things didn’t work out the way I hoped they would”. This clearly gives away a dire situation that might have led to some horrible outcome, with only a bleak attempt as potential prevention.

After Judy and Robot set off with the 97 Resolute children, trying to fly them to safety, they are guided by a radar signal to the Fortuna, a ship that was accepted by everyone to be lost and destroyed for about 20 years now. The ship was captained by Grant Kelly, Judy’s biological father. Was it a mere coincidence, was it all chalked out by destiny from beforehand, or was there some other, more humane power, at work there? Season 3 attempts to answer the question.

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The third season also concludes on the journey of the Robinson parents and Don West as they try to flee the Resolute before the explosion and throws light on the fate that awaits all of them, as they attempt to search for their children and reunite with them.

Furthermore, the creators understand that Will is no longer just a little boy, and use the information to the greatest extent. So, the viewers can expect a lot of function from the little man of the Robinson family. The audience can also expect to see more of the evil head Harris, as her scarf is seen on Jupiter 2 at the end of the season 2 cliffhanger.

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All’s Well That Ends Well

Fans were probably not too happy on hearing that this would be the last season- an end to yet another beloved sci-fi saga. However, it is as Zack Estrin describes, it was always meant to be a three-part epic adventure story of a family and their hurdles in a futuristic milieu where humans and robots inhabit the same environment and colonies in outer space is not breaking news anymore. Estrin further goes on to discuss in his interviews that the show was always planned to have a distinct beginning, middle, and ending. Season 2 was not as good as season 1, but as I see it, season 2 was the buildup that season 3 needed. It is also a good thing that the show is getting a clear conclusion that it is so deserving of, rather than ending in some abrupt cliffhanger.

Tune in to Netflix this December to catch the conclusion. Also, take a look at the trailer here if you have not done so already

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