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‘Lost in Space’ Season 2 Possible Air Date, Plot, Characters: Filming to End This Month; September Touted as Release Schedule
“Lost in Space” Season 2 will have the Robinson family navigate their way into an unknown location in the galaxy. Right now, all audiences know is that they were sent somewhere where the robot originated.
The evidence supporting this is Will (Maxwell Jenkins) recognizing the galaxy from the drawing that the robot has drawn in the earlier episode. As such, “Lost in Space” Season 2 will be revolving around this narrative, with the Robinsons trying to uncover secrets of the human race’s questionable technological advance. This might then lead to flashbacks where leaders of humanity entered into shady dealings with the robots in the past, Digital Spy reported.
Regarding the production of “Lost in Space” Season 2, filming has already started in September and is scheduled to wrap up at the end of January. After that, the show will then enter post-production where polishing and CGI is injected into the raw footage.
The previous installment finished production in July 2017 and was released on April 2018, Screenrant reported. If the showrunners handle “Lost in Space” Season 2 similarly, then fans could be looking at a September 2019 release. Barring any unforeseen delay, of course.
Interestingly enough, the showrunners handled the first installment differently to what the title of the series suggests. Only in “Lost in Space” Season 2 will the audiences see that the Robinsons are truly lost. It seems that the showrunners wanted to set everything up for the viewers before introducing new worlds and alien races in the sci-fi drama.
The most intriguing aspect of the series is the robot imprinting itself on Will, with the bond going to be highlighted again in “Lost in Space” Season 2. So far, the critics have given the show mixed reviews with most leaning towards the positive.
If “Lost in Space” Season 2 avoids the pitfalls that made the previous installment weak, then the series could potentially draw in more viewers when it’s released. Most of the gripe that’s coming from the fans and critics is that the show doesn’t settle between the familial tension and the looming threat of Dr. Smith (Parker Posey), Filmink reported. Hopefully, the second installment commits to one or the other so that the plotline swimmingly moves forward.
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