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In anticipation for the second season’s launch, merchandise takes off for the holiday season.

License Global

December 19, 2019

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In anticipation of the premiere of season two of the reboot of “Lost In Space”,” Legendary Entertainment announced an array of licensing and merchandising partnerships offering fans exclusive items inspired by the Netflix Original series.

Launching now through early 2020, Legendary and Well Played Toys will launch a full line of action figures in multiple scales inspired by the science fiction series. Well Played Toys has also partnered with Synthesis Entertainment to bring back retro collectibles from the original 1960s television series created by Irwin Allen. The action figures will be available in stores and online in the first quarter of 2020.

Little, Brown Books for Young Readers will also launch the novel Lost in Space: Return to Yesterday, written by Kevin Emerson. The audiobook for the novel will be narrated by Maxwell Jenkins, the actor portraying Will Robinson in the series.

Rittenhouse Archives has debuted a series of trading cards and collectors’ albums based on the family adventure series as well. The collection contains an assortment of dual and single autograph cards, costume relic cards, sketch cards, and other items featuring the characters from Season One. 

Terra Virtua is joining the lineup offering fans exclusive digital collectibles based on the series. Through the Terra Virtua app, fans can download limited-edition 3D virtual collectibles of the Robinson family, Don West, Dr. Smith, and the robot from Season One. The collection is available early next year.

“Lost In Space” merchandise is now available at shop.legendary.com as well as ShopLostInSpace.com.

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