Are you ready to get lost? Hey, no, don't leave. Come back. We're talking about the latest revival of the classic 1960s sci-fi television series "Lost in Space" at Netflix.
The streaming service dropped the first trailer to try and wipe our memories of that awful 1998 film starring Matt LeBlanc (sorry, Matt, but it's true), and it gives us hope Netflix may have done this version right.
OK, it's more of a teaser than an actual trailer. We don't really see much footage from the new show, unless you count the dramatic slo-mo walking of the cast in their space suits as we see some of the technological achievements humanity has achieved throughout our time on the planet, as well as the disasters that impact it.
The next major development the show will explore takes us beyond Earth's atmospheric embrace and into the cold unknown of space. And, if the title is any indication, something goes quite wrong. Most achievements come with hiccups and setbacks, but this one proves particularly dangerous for the Robinson family and their unexpected crew-mates.
Netflix describes the series as following the first family selected to relocate permanently from Earth to permanent settlement on a colony. But they never make it to their intended destination, instead crashing light years off course and having to adapt to survive in a hostile environment surrounded by threats unknown and alien.
The 10-episode first season stars Molly Parker, Toby Stephens, Ignacio Serricchio, Taylor Russell, Mina Sundwall, Maxwell Jenkins & Parker Posey and premieres in its entirety on April 13, 2018.