In '60s sci-fi staple 'Lost in Space,' John Robinson (Guy Williams) and family brave the unknowns of the cosmos and strange planets after spy and saboteur Dr. Zachary Smith (Jonathan Harris) throws their ship, The Jupiter 2, off course. While the first season emphasized adventure and exploration of alien worlds, the show took a campy turn starting with season two to compete with time slot rival 'Batman.'
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After MeTV's Super Sci-Fi Saturday Night ends, the science fiction continues with four Irwin Allen classics — 'Land of the Giants,' 'The Time Tunnel,' 'Lost in Space,' 'Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea' — and the 'Planet of the Apes' television series. Tune in to Red Eye Sci-Fi Saturdays starting at 1AM | 12C.
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