Netflix's Lost in Space reboot reveals first teaser trailer

Netflix's Lost in Space reboot reveals first teaser trailer

Here's the official description of the new series: "Set 30 years in the future, colonization in space is now a reality, and the Robinson family is among those tested and selected to make a new life for themselves in a better world".

The streaming service dropped the first trailer to try and wipe our memories of that very bad 1998 film starring Matt LeBlanc (sorry, Matt, but it's true), and it gives us hope Netflix may have done this version right. But as is necessary in any sci-fi drama, bad things immediately happen. Stranded alongside two strangers, everyone is forced to work together in order to survive in this alien and potentially unsafe new environment.

Hearing "Danger Will Robinson" is all it took for me to be all in on this series. But during their venture, the Robinsons find themselves thrown off course and struggling to find the way towards their new home. The unsettlingly charismatic Dr. Smith (Parker Posey) is a master manipulator with an inscrutable end game.

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It's finally nearly time to see what this Lost in Space reboot looks like as Netflix has announced an April 13th premiere date while revealing the very first images from the show. While the original has been remembered for its bright colors, fantasy-inspired plots, and alliterative insults for robots, this new series looks like it'll take itself rather seriously. The show stars Toby Stephens, Molly Parker, Ignacio Serricchio, Taylor Russell, Mina Sundwall, Maxwell Jenkins, Parker Posey, and Raza Jaffrey. Victor has been a career builder and politician from a young age. "All this masks the underlying fear that he'll one day be found out - that he isn't quite good enough".

Lost in Space initially ran on CBS for 85 episodes, and has since been adapted as a feature film starring Friends star Matt LeBlanc.

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