Have you daydreamed about what it would be like to live in outer space? Have you thought about how the world would be different in the future? Ever wondered about cloning or cryogenics and whether it could actually work? You’re definitely not the only one.
There’s just something about the unknown mysteries of the universe that inspires incredible works of fiction. But out of all the teleporters, spaceships and alien invasions we ever imagined, who knew that we would one day be streaming shows at the touch of the button?
Fortunately, we live in a time where you can access pretty much any sci-fi fantasy film or tv show that’s ever been imagined and created, on online streaming platforms such as Netflix.
In fact, today, Netflix is launching its latest sci-fi series, a modern-day re-imagining of the 1960s cult classic TV series Lost in Space. We’re ready for a whole new world of adventures, but before we get ready to join the Robinsons on their escapades in space, we’re checking out some of our other sci-fi favourites to get us all geared up to catch Lost in Space
In the distant future, human consciousness can be digitized and downloaded into different bodies. Brought back to life after 250 years by Laurens Bancroft (James Purefoy) the richest man on Earth, ex-Envoy soldier Takeshi Kovacs (Joel Kinnaman / Will Yun Lee) must solve Bancroft’s attempted murder for the chance to live again in a world he doesn’t recognize.
The Cloverfield Paradox
A space mission designed to solve earth’s energy crisis takes a turn for the worse when the crew find themselves trapped in an alternate reality where nothing is quite as it seems.
The smash hit Netflix series follows a group of children who discover the existence of another darker dimension, which threatens their hometown of Hawkins.
Star Trek: Discovery
The latest Star Trek series follows the adventures of the crew of the USS Discovery as they attempt to find a breakthrough in the Klingon War against the United Federation of Planets.
Will Smith stars in this modern day fantasy filled with Ors, Elves, magic and the LAPD. The story tells of an LAPD Cop who is forced to team up with his new Orc partner to uncover a mystery behind a magical wand that winds up in their possession.
Lost in Space is available on Netflix from the 13th of April 2018.
You can also add to your Lost in Space experience by going on a journey into ‘space’ and stand under the skies of a different planet during a 3-minute Lost In Space multi-sensory experience at Sky Avenue Mall, Genting.
The festivities began on Thursday 12 April 2018 at 10.30am, with repeat take-offs every hour until 11.30pm on 25 April 2018. If you can’t make the trip, join us for a Live feed on the Netflix Malaysia Facebook page on 12 April 2018.