I'll probably pass on S2. I could deal with room-temperature "liquid" methane, but having the existential threat to the planet go from being sucked into a black hole to being some sort of cyclical overheating (after which the Robinsons could return?), and after showing us their mother ship pretty thoroughly destroyed, to have it show up looking hardly damaged?Sloppy writing is all. And no need for any of it.
All the Chickens said:
The trade off is that it's fairly low concept sci-fi. Some of the situations and "science" behind it were pretty silly if you thought about it for more than a second.
I guess I'm an outlier, I really liked it! I thought some of the teen drama was a bit overdone, but they had to have them do something so why not. It was entertaining and Dr. Smith was played really well I thought. I'll catch Season 2 if there is one...
lol, it doesn't change after that, and actually gets more into the "why are they doing that" as more characters are introduced.The way the season ended it looks like you could just start with Season 2 and you wouldn't have missed anything. It's not until the last 30 seconds of the season do they become actually lost in space iirc...