‘Lost in Space’ Remake in Works at Netflix

Neil Marshall on board for new version of 1965 sci-fi cult favorite

“Lost in Space” could be heading back to the space, again.

Netflix is developing a remake of the cult 1965 sci-fi hit, TheWrap has learned.

The original show, following the Robinson family as they’re sent off on a quest into deep space and them promptly veered off course by a villainous foe, aired for three seasons on CBS.

The new version hails from Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless, who will also serve as executive producers, along with Kevin Burns of Synthesis Entertainment. Neil Marshall and Marc Helwig of Applebox will also EP and Marshall is expected to direct.

“Lost in Space” was most recently remade as a feature film in 1998 starring William Hurt, Matt LeBlanc, and Heather Graham. In addition, there was a pilot devleoped in 2003, which never went to series.

Legendary bought the rights to the properties of series creator Irwin Allen.