Lost in Space: Season 1 (2018)

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Lost in Space

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Lost in Space's production values are ambitious enough to attract sci-fi adventure fans, while the story's large heart adds an emotional anchor to all the deep space derring-do.

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Critic Ratings: 75

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Air date: Apr 13, 2018

On the way to a space colony, a crisis sends the Robinsons hurtling toward an unfamiliar planet, where they struggle to survive a harrowing night.

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Air date: Apr 13, 2018

Another crash brings more travelers to the planet as the Robinsons work to salvage their ship with help from a mysterious new companion.

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Air date: Apr 13, 2018

Flashbacks reveal clues about Dr. Smith's past; the Robinsons contend with a new threat as the ship's fuel supply starts dropping -- fast.

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Air date: Apr 13, 2018

The Robinsons make contact with another family of survivors; Will races to protect his friend after Judy learns what happened aboard the Resolute.

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Air date: Apr 13, 2018

As the team builds a tower to signal the Resolute, Maureen investigates a planetary anomaly and Will braces for a tough conversation with his dad.

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Air date: Apr 13, 2018

Maureen debates whether to share what she saw in the sky; Don leads a mission to find fuel; the robot's presence stokes tensions within the group.

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Air date: Apr 13, 2018

While Dr. Smith moves ahead with a secret project, seismic activity wreaks havoc across the planet and leaves two teams facing impossible choices.

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Air date: Apr 13, 2018

Maureen finds a solution to the fuel issue, but putting her plan into action proves trickier than expected; Dr. Smith realizes her cover is blown.

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Air date: Apr 13, 2018

Judy sets out to find Maureen while Will and Penny lead an expedition to the caves; Dr. Smith pursues a new escape plan.

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Air date: Apr 13, 2018

As the clock ticks down toward the Resolute's departure, the Robinsons scramble to get off the planet -- and out from under Dr. Smith's thumb.

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Cast & Crew

Parker Posey
Dr. Smith

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Ignacio Serricchio
Don West

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Molly Parker
Maureen Robinson

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Toby Stephens
John Robinson

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Max Jenkins
Will Robinson

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Taylor Russell
Judy Robinson

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Mina Sundwall
Penny Robinson

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Matt Sazama
Executive Producer
Burk Sharpless
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Zack Estrin
Executive Producer
Kevin Burns
Executive Producer
Jon Jashni
Executive Producer
Neil Marshall
Executive Producer
Marc Helwig
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Critic Reviews for Lost in Space: Season 1

Audience Reviews for Lost in Space: Season 1

  • Sep 07, 2021
    chunk of cliché, obvious character ,nothing new on this,
  • Jul 03, 2021
    This show would have been easily five stars, if it wasn't for doctor smith. So many great actors, great performances from parker, stevens and russell, and great chemistry between the actors. And all of it ruined by the single most stupid and annoying character in the history of television!!! Seriously, I want to punch the producers in the face for ruining through sheer stupidity what otherwise would have been a great watching experience!
  • Jun 01, 2021
    While the visuals are interesting, Lost In Space starts with a very slow season that is affected due to it's decision of having a restricted space and a villian arc which is Cleverly written but could've been undone if two people just talked to each other. But LOS has enough family drama and emotion to keep you watching till the last episode hits
  • May 10, 2021
    The opening episode in Season 1 is great. And in the second episode, Parker Posey shows up, so five stars to the first two episodes. Then things sorta get slow. Still, there is awesomely rockin' Posey and the kids and the robot and the caring Dad. The Mom? Demanding, a bit evil...but Posey is a nutcase and the robot knows it, so that dynamic is fun.
  • Apr 23, 2021
    excelente. very best.
  • Apr 22, 2021
    After watching a few episodes when Season 1 launched, I skipped the rest. Hearing that Season 2 was better, I cringe-watched all of Season 1. It ended up seeming like a way-too-long pilot episode. The effects are good and the acting is OK, but the writing is miserable. How many Wesley Crushers does one show need? A disaster happens and they are struggling to survive, but everyone is stupidly petty and negligent. "Doctor Smith" is implausibly skillful, everyone else who supposedly trained and qualified for this trip is foolish. If no one has learned anything by the start of Season 2, I won't be watching the rest of it.
  • Apr 01, 2021
    Family and drama in space--not my cup of tea. Nothing stands out besides the special effects. They aren't enough to carry the show beyond its blandness. It's probably cool to kids.
  • Mar 29, 2021
    I really wanted to like this show. So I did! For me at least, the story was interesting enough to keep me around, the characters were decently compelling, and the acting - even from the kid - was generally pretty good. HOWEVER, that comes along with the biggest asterisk I've ever attached to praise. There is one black spot that this show has that is so massive, and so egregious, that I could barely bring myself to finish the first season, and I certainly didn't come back for seconds. That black spot is Dr. Smith. The premise for her character is actually pretty interesting - not a real doctor, she's essentially a con artist that tricked her way onto the colony ship and is looking for a fresh start in a new world, and she will play as dirty as she has to to get it. Interesting premise, possibility for some promising development, maybe even a compelling redemption arc. What I described is not AT ALL what I got. What I got was a character written to be a manipulative mastermind who is, in fact, so bad at lying that the fact she gets away with it so often makes the entire rest of the cast look like absolute bumbling morons. Repeatedly, she is in situations where she either causes someone else's death, or abandons them to die. The excuses that she gives the other characters are so bad and so paper-thin that the fact that they believe her makes them look like they're dumber and more gullible than my fucking dipshit dog (I love my pupper, but she's really dumb.) Her inclusion is not the problem. The problem is that the writers are so monumentally and bafflingly incompetent when it comes to her writing that it drags the rest of the show down into the fucking Mariana Trench. I hope she gets better in future seasons, but I will unfortunately not be sticking around to find out.
  • Mar 25, 2021
    The CGI production on this show is outstanding, it's up there with Star Trek. The acting is decent and the script is OK. But I don't remember if it is the exact same story line as the original, I think it is pretty close. However, I docked 1.5 stars because of two things: The first is Dr. Smith and how annoying the writers made her. There are ways to make a villain without forcing her to be so annoying, but I guess that's just the writers style. Really, there is no one who can outsmart her and see through her lies? Is the entire crew that naive, nor just Will? Also, how the heck did Dr. Smith know the exact location of where Will had the robot walk off the cliff? The second major issue is how "dumb" Will is even though he is supposedly book smart. The smart kids in typical sci-fi shows are not that dumb. I thought the relationship between him and the robot is a bit corny but I know that's how the original storyline goes. I was able to binge season 1 over a couple days, and now I am just starting season 2. Hopefully the episodes get less corny and more action like star trek.
  • Mar 16, 2021
    Having been someone who watched the original I was sorely disappointed with the new version. I could have dealt with the changes and all the extra tech but the plot often doesn't make sense or is just plain stupid or poorly acted out. Often all three.

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