Lost in Space (2018– )
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Seven months later, marooned on a watery planet, the Robinsons make a risky bid to power up their Jupiter. Will vows to track down the Robot.


Alex Graves


Matt Sazama (developed by), Burk Sharpless (developed by) | 3 more credits »




Episode complete credited cast:
Molly Parker ... Maureen Robinson
Toby Stephens ... John Robinson
Maxwell Jenkins ... Will Robinson
Taylor Russell ... Judy Robinson
Mina Sundwall ... Penny Robinson
Ignacio Serricchio ... Don West
Brian Steele ... The Robot
Parker Posey ... June Harris / Dr. Smith
Raza Jaffrey ... Victor Dhar
Sakina Jaffrey ... Captain Kamal
Amelia Burstyn ... Diane


Seven months later, marooned on a watery planet, the Robinsons make a risky bid to power up their Jupiter. Will vows to track down the Robot.

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24 December 2019 (USA) See more »

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The cover of Penny's book is drawn as the original title of Lost in Space 1965. See more »


This takes place seven months later and Will Robinson (and actor Maxwell Jenkins) have grown about 6 inches. Yet, his spacesuit still fits. And with limited supplies it is unlikely they made a new one for him. See more »


Will Robinson: You look worried.
John Robinson: That's just my normal face now.
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Well Crafted
15 January 2020 | by southdavidSee all my reviews

I watched the first season of Netflix's "Lost in Space" reboot and felt just about positive about it, though it is a bit of a mixed bag. It wasn't great science wise, but performances were solid and Parker Posey elevates anything that she's in. The finale was strong, and suggested that we might be in for a more traditional season of the show (a smaller cast of survivors, for example). And this first episode was pretty solid.

Marooned on an Ocean planet, the Robinson Family have, over the last seven months - established a small farmstead and are attempting to slowly charge up their ship to allow for a return to space. When the crop is destroyed, Maureen (Mollie Parker) suggests a risky plan, to convert the Jupiter into a makeshift sailboat and head to an electrical storm that could recharge the ship in one go.

Visually, the shows really strong still. The flashes of the robot, and the main ship are well done - as is anything with the Jupiter. I was much more into the family dynamic now. It appears to have fixed Maureen and John's relationship. Will appears to have shot up about six inches, based on when we last saw him, though his pining for the robot is wearing a little thin already. Harris appears to be resigned in her makeshift prison until a couple of late moments that I have to admit I didn't see coming, even though the clues were there.

One minor criticism, I was struggling with the sound mixing, riding the remote trying to hear over the background music at times. Not sure if this is the show, or my TV, but I don't usually have this problem.

There was a lot of luck and fortune across the episode but ultimately it ended in an interesting place, and I was entertained. So far so good.

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