Updated: April 16, 2022
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Netflix's Lost in Space maybe a bona fide hit, with Nielsen data showing the reboot of the 1960's
sci-drew drew 6.3 million viewers in the United States during it's first three days of release.
Viewers watched the show on average for 2.5 hours, and the data offered indicated that plenty of
viewers were watching Lost in Space in it's entirety, with about 1.2 million reaching the 10th
episode, the season finale, within that same three-day period.
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The streaming service doesn't release metrics, so the Nielsen data is based on estimates covering
the United States, and only on televisions accessing Netflix. Phones, tablets and computers are not
included in those estimates.
Variety reports that other recent Netflix offerings like Stranger Things 2 and Bright topped Lost
in Space‘s early numbers. The second season of Stranger Things drew about 15.8 million viewers to
it's opening episode in three days, while the Will Smith-starring Bright brought in 11 million
during the same time frame.
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With a major cliffhanger at the end of Season 1 and plans set in motion for a second season, it looks
like Netflix may have enough reason to renew Lost in Space.
Steaming now on Netflix, the 10-episode first season of Lost in Space stars Toby Stephens, Molly Parker,
Maxwell Jenkins, Taylor Russell, Mina Sundwall, Ignacio Serricchio and Parker Posey.