Worth Watching: Amazing Full Trailer for Netflix's 'Lost in Space' Series

March 6, 2018
Source: YouTube

Lost in Space Trailer

"Danger, Will Robinson!" Whoa this looks amazing!! You have to watch this trailer. I'm breaking our own rules (we don't cover TV) to post this trailer for a new Netflix series, a new update on Lost in Space. And it seriously looks incredible. This thrilling trailer packs in A LOT, I mean a lot a lot of awesome footage, with some big reveals and gorgeously epic sci-fi space scenes. The space travel story for this deviates a bit from the original series, with a family on a colonizing spaceship crash landing on a planet, where they discover some kind of intelligent new life-form and all kinds of other cool things. The cast includes Max Jenkins as Will, with Mina Sundwall, Molly Parker, Toby Stephens, Parker Posey, Taylor Russell, Ignacio Serricchio, and Amelia Burstyn. It's rare we make an exception to write about TV, but this deserves it. I'm seriously impressed by this trailer and really looking forward to watching the series coming up in April.

Here's the full official trailer (+ teaser trailer & poster) for Netflix's Lost in Space series, from YouTube:

Lost in Space Poster

If you already have Netflix, you can add the series to your list here. Follow @lostinspacetv for updates.

The Robinson family, part of a highly trained mission to establish a new colony in space, is unexpectedly pulled off course forcing them to crash land on a lost planet. Lost in Space is a Netflix Original dramatic and modern reimagining of the classic 1960's science fiction 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. But when the new colonists find themselves abruptly torn off course en route to their new home they must forge new alliances and work together to survive in a dangerous alien environment, lightyears from their original destination. Netflix's Lost in Space has episodes directed by filmmakers including Tim Southam, Deborah Chow, Alice Troughton, and Neil Marshall. The series will premiere on Netflix streaming exclusively starting on April 13th this spring. Your thoughts? Who's in?

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It looks really good. I'm excited to see this. Netflix is making smart, better movies and series than anyone out there.

SteadyEddieTX on Mar 6, 2018


I agree that it looks good....and that Neflix often releases great content....and also not-so-great content every once in a while. I can easily list a handful of terrible movies and shows on Netflix....but also a handful of amazing shows and movies....

TheOct8pus on Mar 6, 2018


Altered Carbon was amazing...did you see that? The time and effort put into that series was spectacular.

SteadyEddieTX on Mar 6, 2018


It was amazingly bad indeed.

tarek on Mar 6, 2018


I started watching the first episode, I really enjoyed it. Need to keep watching more...

Alex Billington on Mar 6, 2018


It picks up after the second episode. I didn't care for the first, but gave it a shot and finished the series. The world is really intriguing as are the secondary characters as well.

THE_RAW_ on Mar 6, 2018


I had very mixed feelings about Altered Carbon. I felt that the visuals were beautiful, and the performances were solid, but parts of the story dragged and made no sense. It was a bit of a narrative mess. I liked the flashback episodes though, but the ultimate "mystery" about who killed the guy was such a mess - all over the place

TheOct8pus on Mar 6, 2018


Sure it had its moments, what series doesn't? As a whole I really liked it. But then again I remember watching old Sci Fi where the spaceship was dangling by a string...SFX sure have come a long way.

SteadyEddieTX on Mar 6, 2018


i .. i could really get into scifi with some spaceships and dangling strings... i did love team amercia lol

Derek NOLA on Mar 6, 2018


Just finished the series this last weekend. It's a decent take on neo-noir, but you're right. I was connected to the characters and the immersive world, but I still don't quite understand how they arrived at several conclusions. Still debating if overall I liked it or not...

THE_RAW_ on Mar 6, 2018


If it is as good as it looks, it's going to be something special. The robot's design is fantastic... There are parts that bug me that I can't talk about, however...

kitano0 on Mar 6, 2018


I know you're a movie website but honestly tv shows are beginning to rival film. Maybe consider branching out? Just a thought. Love your site 🙂

Jon Odishaw on Mar 6, 2018


well there is a pretty good argument that can be made that tv is passing movies.. especially on creativity

Derek NOLA on Mar 6, 2018


I would have to start an entirely new site and... Just not my thing. I don't really have an interest in TV. I agree that TV is becoming more and more popular, but I am also still happy to have a site that has a specific focus only on film. That's the way I like it, and having a filter is rare and something I'm proud of. We can't do/cover everything (like everyone else tries and fails at)...

Alex Billington on Mar 7, 2018


Visually, this looks stunning. I'm in. Netflix once again, churning out some stunning content.

THE_RAW_ on Mar 6, 2018


Well, it looks much better than the film they made some times ago. And yes, tv is getting better and better ...

shiboleth on Mar 6, 2018


Nice! It looks like a new STAR TREK movie, but a spin-off.

DAVIDPD on Mar 6, 2018


Yeah, perhaps, but you know what - I'm fine with that.

Alex Billington on Mar 7, 2018


Not a bad thing for me.

DAVIDPD on Mar 7, 2018


Damn... That was actually a pretty damn good looking trailer. Don't know about the look of Robot though.

JohnDoeB on Mar 6, 2018

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