In 2046, serious danger threatens the humanity on Earth. So the government decided to choose the important families and transfer them to another planet. The Robinson family is one of these families. They take the space ship and start their leaving. Unfortunately, on their way they collided a mysterious body and dropped on a strange planet surrounded by hidden dangers. They try to survive by any way.
The concept of a family being lost in space is one that flows with potential, providing fertile ground for a complex, multi-layered story with genuine jeopardy - which this new arrival does achieve, but only to a point.
There's a version of Lost in Space that's very entertaining, but it feels as if the series' producers haven't quite found it yet. They're still chipping away at the giant block of ice, looking for the story within.