December is set to be a packed month full of exciting new content from Netflix. To name just a few examples, we have super-buzzing new films that critics are already drooling over (The power of the dog, God’s hand). Plus tons of new shows and new seasons of existing shows, like the second season of The Witcher and Emily and Paris. Meanwhile, December 1st also gave us a new season of a fan favorite: Disappeared in space, which actually ends with this third and final season.
Over the eight new episodes this season, the stakes are higher than ever. And Netflix warns ominously that the Robinson family’s survival instincts will face the ultimate test. “After a year of being trapped on a mysterious planet, Judy, Penny, Will and the Robot must lead the 97 young settlers in a shocking evacuation,” explains Netflix’s press release. “But not until secrets are uncovered that will change their lives forever.”
Disappeared in space season 3 is now streamed on Netflix
– Lost In Space on Netflix (@lostinspacetv) November 10, 2021
But it does not stop there. This season, John and Maureen (accompanied by Don) must fight against all odds to be reunited with their children. “Robinsons will have to contend with the emotional challenge, it’s not just being lost – but being separated from those they love.”
Then they too, oh yes, face the toughest alien threat to date.
Showrunner Zack Estrin said early last year that the team behind the show always saw it as a trilogy. So having said that, it seems to be reaching its natural conclusion. Not to pull the plug early, in other words. Produced by Legendary Television, Disappeared in space stars Toby Stephens, Molly Parker, Maxwell Jenkins, Mina Sundwall, Taylor Russell, Ignacio Serricchio and Parker Posey.
Season 1 debuted on Netflix back in April 2018. The second season debuted on the streamer the following year (in December 2019).
The show, which takes place 30 years into the future, is a modern re-creation of the classic sci-fi TV series from the 1960s. It depicts a time when space colonization is now a reality. The Robinson family in the heart of Disappeared in space sets out to build another life beyond the Earth. “But as the new settlers are suddenly torn off course on their way to their new homes,” Netflix explains, “they have to form new alliances and work together to survive in a dangerous alien environment, light years from their original destination.”
Wow. I remember when I saw the first episode of #Disappeared in the room 3 years ago and I immediately fell in love with it. Waited a long time for season 3 –– I have missed all the characters so much. Bravo @lostinspacetv, bravo. Can’t wait to see the rest of the season! pic.twitter.com/kREtTXrUyp
– KylerMaker (@KylerMaker) November 30, 2021
– Radio Times (@RadioTimes) December 1, 2021
#Disappeared in the room premieres tomorrow on Netflix, and it’s a bang to catch up with the Robinson family and their robot one last time. Mysteries are unraveling, the family is trying to be reunited, and there are still many enemy robots chasing people. Tighten up, it’s a fun ride. pic.twitter.com/cy0kEOlw8X
W. W. Powell (@wanderpow) December 1, 2021
Viewers who have already checked out the new season of the series seem to be pretty positive so far, based on comments on social media. Early reviews also seem to be heading in that direction.
“Although it was never one of Netflix’s premiere league series,” reads a review of the new season, “it was a solidly unpretentious and widely appealing sci-fi show, and this past season has shown it from its “There’s some really jaw-dropping special effects work here, especially in the final showdown between humans and robots – CGI work that would not embarrass the last roll of an MCU movie.”
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