While the season 1 of "Lost in space", remake of the cult fiction of the sixties initiated by Netflix, was born on April 13, 2018, just a year ago, season two starts to create a terrible expectation among the fans of the adventures of the Robinson family.
If the return of the series is no longer in doubt, and since the official announcement of the second season last May, the filming began in September 2018 and judging by the many frictions around the production this second season, "Lost in Space" should not return to our screens before the end of 2019, or even early 2020.
However, the final season had left us in suspense since the family could well be lost in space, after being stranded in a galaxy unknown because of a wormhole. However, the information has been dropping for a few weeks now, such as the number of episodes planned or the casting for the second season.
And it's no surprise that season two will count a dozen episodes and will include the whole Robinson family, such as actor Toby Stephens in the role of father: John Robinson. Toby Stephens was attending the 54th Edition of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival for the Black Sails series alongside Luke Arnold in 2014.
Stay tuned for new information regarding the upcoming season two of "Lost in space" soon on Netflix!