The most iconic character in the 1960s television series Lost in Space was not any of the humans aboard the Robinson family's spacecraft, but the talking robot that screamed "Danger, Will Robinson!" Every time Will Robinson was in, uh, danger. But while the classic iteration type looked like a space bin, the new reboot of the Netflix television series has decided to go with something a little more humanoid. The last advance of the next show presents the classic line of the bot, but when it is delivered, it is actually a bit shocking. Oh, that's the robot? Okay, great. The massive monstrosity looks like the monster of Strange Things mixed with the cover of Mass Effect: Andromeda.
Netflix announced that it would restart Lost in Space in 2016. The original program aired on CBS from 1965 to 1968, following the Robinson family and their misadventures in space in 83 episodes. An attempt to reimagine the show as a film franchise hit theaters in 1998, featuring Gary Oldman and Joey from Friends, although the franchise never materialized. It seems that the new series will not stray too far from the original premise of the original show, which in itself was only a science fiction version of the novel The Swiss Family Robinson.
Lost in Space begins airing on April 13.