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Netflix's reimagining of Lost in Space debuted last week, the latest in a very long line of classic scifi TV shows that have either been rebooted (sometimes more than once) and/or made into feature films. But there are still a few lesser-known properties, untouched since the 1960s and '70s, floating out there in the cosmos that deserve a relaunch. We had to dig pretty deep to find them, but here are our suggestions.
Video: If you haven't had a chance to check out Netflix's reboot of the campy '60s sci-fi classic Lost in Space, you might want to avoid this spoiler-packed look at some of the new series' visual effects. But this behind-the-scenes is a great example of how far VFX has come - and how a low-budget sci-fi show doesn't necessarily have to look like a cheesy B-movie.
Although it's set 30 years in the future, Netflix's Lost in Space reboot, which debuted last week, is a very thoughtful and astute take on the modern American nuclear family. Here's what the new Robinsons had to say about their family unit and dynamics - including which members have their own secret handshakes.
Let me preface this review of Netflix's new Lost in Space series by saying one thing: Whether your father watched the original campy TV series of the '60s or saw the critically-panned 1998 movie reboot starring Matt LeBlanc, this is not your daddy's Lost in Space. Anyone wanting a campy nostalgia-fest about a nuclear family adopting alien monkeys and battling giant spiders, too bad. But those wanting an intriguing scifi family drama should plan on getting Lost.
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Much like George Clooney in Gravity, sometimes spacecrafts meet unfortunate fates -- they get lost in space, and are almost always victims of the final frontier. But over the last few years, NASA has been having some real success locating wayward spacecraft, including its STEREO-B solar observer. The agency has now done it again, locating an Indian spacecraft that lost contact with the Earth nearly eight years ago.
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The news that Netflix was making a new version of Lost in Space was always only sort of interesting. It's a show that's ripe for a reboot in the landscape of turning old TV shows and movies into new TV shows and movies. But it's also a property lacking anything more identifiable than a robot yelling, "Danger, Will Robinson!" Until now.