Lost in Space is one of the most famous and hit sci-fi movies series of the decade, and the show has finally released its final episode of season 3 yesterday as of December 1. The show received lots of appreciation and love from its viewers and fans all around the world.
We witnessed a whole ship of robots assault at the finale of the second season, which was broadcast two years ago, with more on their way to collect the alien engine. Maureen and Don manage to capture them, while Judy organizes a mission to deliver the Resolute’s 97 youngsters to the Alpha Centauri outpost in a Jupiter landing craft piloted by the Robot with the alien technology.
The Jupiter spaceship carrying the children escapes through a hole in space, but the robot-followed human-made radar signal has taken the ship to an unidentified star system. There they discover the Fortuna, a ship that went missing over 20 years ago and was captained by Judy’s birth father, Grant Kelly.
Lost in Space Season 3 pours everything, including the kitchen sink at these eight episodes as the last send-off. The vast level of drama, suspense, action, and episodic challenges arising will surely turn off some viewers. Fans of Lost in Space, on the other hand, will be perfectly at peace and will enjoy every moment of it.
Season 3 also explores the implications of separation, with the children hoping to enter Alpha Centauri on a lifeless planet while the adults panic and fight against SAR.
What Are Fans Talking About It?
A must-see for sci-fi lovers, with season 3 wrapping up the journey of Will and his family, let the fans in awe at how it can be so beautiful, the transformation that the characters went through even made the most intimidating personalities appealing.
The storyline picks up where season two left off (evidently), but in a couple of minutes, it jumps one year ahead with new challenges and protagonists that matured in that time without the viewers, creating the characters more natural, more genuine. The plot, the lines, the sentiments – everything is well combined and created perfectly according to the fans. Fans are also amazed by the wonderful acting of Taylor Russell and Mina Sundwall.
Season 3 Plot
The creators seem to have learned their lesson properly for Season 3, focussing the plot on the battle between would-be human colonists and the legion of alien machines hunting them all across the cosmos. Circumstances have caused the migrants to divide by age, with Judy Robinson taking the group’s Young children to a new planet while their parents attract the attention of the creatures and their leader, whom the children have renamed SAR.
Once again, the human heroes are all focused on survival, but they are up against an opponent that has a huge technical superiority. With little prospect of defeating the robots, the people must depend on trickery to avoid taking the alien invasion with them to Alpha Centauri.
Characters are shifted frequently in order to give each bond a shot at completion. Judy discovers the plight of her long-lost biological father, which allows her to interpret the impact she’s had on her life of the mother and likewise. Penny finds herself in a love affair with uncomfortable ex-not-boyfriend Vijay and boring beauty Liam, but this is merely setting the stage for her to discover her own self-confidence.
Will and the Robot discuss leaving the colony to tackle on SAR alone, as Maureen and John deal with being estranged from their family. Will is the guy who has matured the most, but everyone’s development is given equal care and seems realistic. Even the Robo gets to finish his story,
Lost Season 3 Cast
Lost in Space, season 3 casts some of the amazing actors and actresses and the roles played by them are really amazing and flawless and appreciated a lot by the fans.
- Mina Sundwall as Penny Robinson
- Toby Stephens as John Robinson
- Taylor Russell as Judy Robinson
- Maxwell Jenkins as Will Robinson
- Molly Parker as Maureen Robinson
Other Cast Members Include:
- Brian Steele as The Robot
- Parker Posey as Smith
- Ignacio Serricchio as Don West
- Sibongile Mlambo as Angela
That’s all there is to this wonderful series. Lost in Space ended after three seasons and 28 episodes. Even though it was never one of Netflix’s top-tier programs, it was a refreshingly modest and diverse sci-fi series, and this last season showcased it at its greatest. There are some jaw-dropping special effects that work here, specifically in the climactic clash between humans and machines.
Sure, the dialogue was sometimes funny, and Machine had more depth than some of the show’s human characters, but it’s been a fascinating journey these last three and a half years, and director Zack Estrin constantly succeeded in making each season unique.
Though the finale doesn’t hint at a sequel or spinoff (apart from Penny’s edition of ‘Of Chapter First’ following drafting ‘The End’ in her book), it’d be interesting to follow up with the Robinsons a few months, if not years, later. Lost in Space’s cheerful, adventurous and deep, which is something that’s lacking from a lot of small-screen sci-fi, and it’ll be missed dearly in that aspect.