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The second season of Lost in Space consisted of 30 episodes (one more than the previous season) and aired from September 14, 1966 through April 26, 1967.

Season 2 episodesEdit

Title Episode Prodno. Original Airdate
Blast Off Into Space 2x01 / 30 of 83 9501 September 14, 1966
Wild Adventure 2x02 / 31 of 83 9502 September 21, 1966
The Ghost Planet 2x03 / 32 of 83 9503 September 28, 1966
Forbidden World 2x04 / 33 of 83 9504 October 5, 1966
Space Circus 2x05 / 34 of 83 9505 October 12, 1966
The Prisoners of Space 2x06 / 35 of 83 9506 October 19, 1966
The Android Machine 2x07 / 36 of 83 9507 October 26, 1966
The Deadly Games of Gamma 6 2x08 / 37 of 83 9508 November 2, 1966
The Thief from Outer Space 2x09 / 38 of 83 9509 November 9, 1966
Curse of Cousin Smith 2x10 / 39 of 83 9510 November 16, 1966
West of Mars 2x11 / 40 of 83 9512 November 30, 1966
A Visit to Hades 2x12 / 41 of 83 9513 December 7, 1966
Wreck of the Robot 2x13 / 42 of 83 9514 December 14, 1966
The Dream Monster 2x14 / 43 of 83 9511 December 21, 1966
The Golden Man 2x15 / 44 of 83 9515 December 28, 1966
The Girl from the Green Dimension 2x16 / 45 of 83 9516 January 4, 1967
The Questing Beast 2x17 / 46 of 83 9517 January 11, 1967
The Toymaker 2x18 / 47 of 83 9518 January 25, 1967
Mutiny in Space 2x19 / 48 of 83 9519 February 1, 1967
The Space Vikings 2x20 / 49 of 83 9520 February 8, 1967
Rocket to Earth 2x21 / 50 of 83 9522 February 15, 1967
The Cave of the Wizards 2x22 / 51 of 83 9525 February 22, 1967
Treasure of the Lost Planet 2x23 / 52 of 83 9521 March 1, 1967
Revolt of the Androids 2x24 / 53 of 83 9524 March 8, 1967
The Colonists 2x25 / 54 of 83 9526 March 15, 1967
Trip Through the Robot 2x26 / 55 of 83 9527 March 22, 1967
The Phantom Family 2x27 / 56 of 83 9528 March 29, 1967
The Mechanical Men 2x28 / 57 of 83 9523 April 5, 1967
The Astral Traveler 2x29 / 58 of 83 9529 April 12, 1967
The Galaxy Gift 2x30 / 59 of 83 9530 April 26, 1967

Background informationEdit

The series began to be filmed in color this season (previously, only the SFX shots were shot in color, though presented in black and white). It was in direct competition with ABC's Batman television series, and echoes that show's campiness. The stories were more fantasy oriented than in the first season, and many of the episodes featured Dr. Smith, Will and the robot, almost to the exclusion of everyone else.

Mark Goddard's  comments on the second season include: "I was involved in stories and dialogue that could only be written by writers and story editors who must have been eating colorful mushrooms while sipping colorless drinks. This imbibing turned one of them into a colorless, dour, vindictive, hateful person.  I am referring to Don Richardson, who directed twelve of the " Lost in Space" episodes that year."'

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