The TV reboot trend continues to hold on strong, with Lost in Space being the latest series to get a fresh spin for the millennials. The science-fiction drama, which premiered in 1965 on CBS, has now been picked up by Netflix.
The streaming platform announced the news yesterday, and they plan to release the first 10-episode season in 2018. It will be written by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless (Dracula Untold, Last Witch Hunter), and run by Zack Estrin (Prison Break). Game of Thrones director Neil Marshall is also a part of the series.
After its cancellation in 1968, Lost in Space was made into a film in 1998; a pilot for a potential TV reboot was filmed in 2003, but didn't get picked up. This news follows the handful of reboots unveiled over the past few months, including Voltron, Charlie's Angels, Star Trek, Power Rangers and even DuckTales.
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