Production on the third and final season of Netflix’s Lost in Space is prepping for for filming to resume now that COVID safety measures have ben met. What’s on Netflix reports that some crew members have been posting photos on social media of being back on set.
“From the beginning, we’ve always viewed this particular story of The Robinsons as a trilogy,” Executive Producer/ showrunner Zack Estrin said when the third season was announced. “A three part epic family adventure with a clear beginning, middle and end. It’s also worth noting that, with what these characters go through just trying to survive each episode — if anyone deserves to catch their breath before their next mission — it’s Will, Penny, Judy, Maureen, John, Don West, Dr. Smith… and The Robot. And, of course, Debbie the Chicken. So while this chapter of Lost In Space is coming to a rousing conclusion, I’m excited about continuing to explore new stories with my friends at Netflix, and for all of the incredible possibilities that lie ahead.”
Ted Biaselli, Director of Original Series at Netflix, added, “We are so thrilled to share more adventures of The Robinson Family and see their journey through to what is sure to be an epic finale. We’re especially thankful to Zack Estrin, Matt Sazama, Burk Sharpless, Kevin Burns and Jon Jashni for helming Lost in Space, which has brought viewers a premium action-packed and visually spectacular series that the whole family can enjoy together, and we can’t wait for our family audiences to see where season 3 will lead!”
Based on 1965 series of the same name, Lost in Space stars Toby Stephens, Molly Parker, Mina Sundwall, Taylor Russell, Ignacio Serricchio, Maxwell Jenkins, and Parker Posey, with Brian Steele as the Robot.
The final season of Lost in Space will most likely take place in Vancouver, British Columbia as Canada has been one of the few production hubs to receive clearance for production. Supernatural on the CW is currently filming its final two episodes.
Filming is scheduled to commence on September 9 and will wrap on January 14, barring any production shutdowns due to the pandemic. The third season was originally scheduled to premiere in 2021 as well, but it’s unclear if the pandemic has caused any other delays.
The first two seasons are currently streaming on Netflix.
SOURCE: What’s on Netflix