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Netflix’s Lost In Space Season 3 Release Date, Cast, Plot, And Why Robot Is Dead?

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The Robinson family is back with season 2 of Lost in space. Binge watchers, as well as all the fans, are now eager to know about anything and everything about the “maybe” happening season 3.

How Lost in Space season 2 ended:

The second season of the series took a drastic turn when a group of robots attacked Maureen and Jhon. The successfully diverted them. This change of events made Jhon took the heart-wrenching decision to send his children to Alpha Centauri. Scarecrow saves the day by saving the Robinson parents. In the season finale of season 2, Jupiter 2 received a signal from what they believe is a colony from Alpha Centauri.

What to expect from Season 3 of Lost in space:

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No official announcement hasn’t been made from Netflix yet. This series bagged all the awards for the visual effects. The show received many positive reviews. After Lost in Space season 1 premiered in April 2018, it was renewed the following month. Netflix typically waits three to six weeks to make official renewal/cancellation announcements after releasing new seasons in full. But if Lost in Space season 3 does happen, Netflix will most probably break the news before Valentine’s Day 2020.

About the release date for Lost in Space season 3:

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One thing is confirmed that the season renewal is not going to happen in 2020. For season 2, the announcement was made in 2018, and we got it on Netflix for more than a year and a half later.

Given the scope of the production, and especially the complex visual effects, Lost in Space season 3 would probably target a mid-2021 release.

What could possibly happen in season 3:

Season 2 ended when Judy was forgoing the Jupiter 2 to a long lost vessel, Fortuna. It was disappeared  20 years prior to the scene. It was captained by Judy’s biological father, Grant Kelly. Meanwhile, the scarf of the villainous Dr. Smith is spotted on the Jupiter 2.

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