We went to the set of Lost in Space season 2 to find out how the show is aiming to tell a bigger sci-fi adventure story.
Editor's note: This story appears in our latest Den of Geek special edition magazine presented in parternship with Netflix. You can find more infomation on the issue here. Story by Chris Longo.
Entering Jupiter 2 never gets old for Lost in Space executive producer and showrunner Zack Estrin.
As if he hasn’t already shot two seasons worth of footage inside the massive soundstage outside Vancouver, Estrin is bouncing around the ship’s interior as he shows off some “science fiction touchpoints” of the design, from the circular shape that pays homage to the original show’s Jupiter 2 to the lived-in ambiance that echoes the rusty Millennium Falcon. It’s not just a blast from the past—he’s perhaps most proud of