Lost in Space, Season Two, Volume One is different from Season One of the series in a big way. Season Two was in color, and it made the show even more enjoyable to watch.
Lost in Space was the creation of Irwin Allen, and it was a great sci-fi series about the Robinson family and their adventures in space. The series starred Guy Williams and June Lockhart, and I thought it was a pretty interesting show for its time. It aired back in the 1960s, and I remember watching it as a child. Dr. John Robinson and his wife, Maureen, are joined by daughters, Judy and Penny and son, Will, in a different adventure in each episode. Of course, we also have the infamous Dr. Smith, Don, and the robot.
There are four discs in this collection with a total of 16 episodes and a run time of 819 minutes. The video and audio quality are good, and even though the show would be corny by today's standards, I enjoyed it as a kid and still enjoy watching it today as an adult. No special features to speak of, but the shows are still entertaining to watch.