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The Lost In Space Trailer Story – Season 2: The Netflix Original Lost in Space series is a modern reinterpretation of the classic from the 60s. The science fiction series is set to last 30 years in the future – at a time when the urbanization of space is already a reality. The Robinson family has passed all the necessary tests and is thus one of the chosen ones who can build a new life in a better world far away from the earth. But also the universe holds unforeseen challenges. As the newcomers abruptly turn their backs on their way to their new homes, they all need to get together to survive in a dangerous alien environment. Light years away from their original destination. In addition to the Robinsons two more residents have strayed from the course. The charismatic and at the same time suspicious Dr. Smith (Parker Posey) is a master of manipulation with an inscrutable plan. With her stranded in nowhere is the mischievous and unintelligibly lovely Don West (Ignacio Serricchio). A highly qualified entrepreneur who had no intention of joining the colony, let alone crash landing on a lost planet. Both have a hand when it comes to fooling.Background: The cast of the Netflix original Lost in Space includes Toby Stephens (Black Sails, The Another Day) as John and Molly Parker (House of Cards, Deadwood) as Maureen. They play the parents who throughout history have to care not only for the protection of the entire family, but also for their alienated relationship. The strong-minded Judy is played by Taylor Russell (Falling Skies), the quick-witted Penny by Mina Sundwall (Maggie's Plan, Freeheld) and the curious and sensitive Will of Max Jenkins (Sense8, Betrayal). Will is the youngest member of the family, building a special bond with an extraterrestrial being. Produced by Legendary Television, the series is based on screenplay by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless (Dracula Untold, Last Witch Hunter). Zack Estrin (Prison Break) is responsible as Showrunner. All three also serve as executive producers – alongside Kevin Burns and Jon Jashni of Synthesis Entertainment, as well as Neil Marshall and Marc Helwig of Applebox. The original Lost in Space was created by Irwin Allen.