The first season of Netflix’s new reboot of the 1960s sci-fi series Lost in Space, which screened at Wondercon 2018 in Anaheim, California today, starts off strong. That’s an inherently strong premise-sci-fi adventure mixed with relatable family dynamics-and Lost in Space might actually be able to deliver on it, if the first episode is anything to go by. Netflix’s shows have been stronger than the streaming service’s movies, especially lately, and Lost in Space is no exception. Netflix’s Lost in Space is far from an exact remake. There’s plenty more family drama to unpack, which Lost in Space will no doubt do over its ten-episode first season, but for the premiere the action is mostly in the present with the family. There are moments in Lost in Space Episode 1 where it legitimately feels like one or more of these core characters might actually be lost, whether through dying or becoming long term separated from the family. Lost in Space’s release date comes April 13, when all ten episodes in its first season will arrive exclusively on Netflix.

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