Netflix To Reboot 'Lost In Space' For Family Audiences

The 1965 cult classic "Lost In Space" is getting a rebooted series thanks to Netflix.

By Leah Becerra | November 21, 2015

More than 50 years after its original premiere, Deadline reports that it looks like "Lost in Space" is getting a reboot on Netflix. (Video via 20th Century Fox / "Lost in Space")

"You, Bubble-headed Booby, do you realize what you've done?!" Dr. Smith yelled at Robot.

Don't worry, this could end up being a pretty good reboot. And it likely won't be the same as the "gritty" '90s era take on the story.

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"I wonder what it'll be like to jettison your body into deep space," says Penny Robinson. 

"Do they have a name for what's wrong with you?" asks Will Robinson.

Yikes. Danger, Will Robinson. I'm not saying that version was bad — it was just missing that original campy, family appeal. 

Deadline writes, "At Netflix, 'Lost in Space' is said to be part of a push in the arena of big scale, four-quadrant family entertainment."

So even though Netflix's dark take on "Daredevil" was awesome, "Lost in Space" probably won't be getting the same treatment. (Video via Netflix / "Daredevil")

There's no date for when the reboot will launch, but there is one thing we can be sure of: Robot B-9 will be on board when the Jupiter 2 takes off. (Video via 20th Century Fox / "Lost in Space")

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