The Robinson family doesn't need the robot to tell them they're in danger. They know their days are numbered. Season three will be it's last. But wait, I thought it was one of Netflix's popular shows. It actually is.
Let's look at the reboot that has become a family favorite. When 'Lost in Space' debuted on Netflix, it was streamed a lot. But the reviews were just so-so. The effects were spectacular, and the acting was good, but the stories were a little lacking.
The second season, on the other hand, was when 'Lost In Space' hit it's stride. The effects got even better. But most importantly, the story lines ramped up to a spectacular level. The show hit that level where you couldn't wait to hit "Next Episode". And it came out near Christmas so people had the chance to binge and loved it. So why is the show ending?
Turns out, three seasons was the plan all along. Producer and showrunner Zack Estrin told Looper.com that the show had a planned ending from the beginning. The show was designed to have a climactic and satisfying ending for the Robinson family, Don, the chicken, and maybe even Dr. Smith.
Look on the bright side. So many beloved shows went longer than they should have. We're looking at you post-Michael Scott 'The Office'.