It’s been over a week since Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous came back to Netflix with its jampacked second season. The question now is: Will there be a third season?
The animated sci-fi kid series’ second season came to the streaming giant on the 22nd of January, 2021, following the first season that arrived in September. Surely, not only kids are watching the show. Some pre-historic dinosaur fans are also big fans of the show. Of course, adults watching kids series opens up more questions than kids––and believe me, there are a lot of unanswered ones during the course of the second season.
Season two of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous on Netflix gets my highest Dad Life recommendation. It’s essentially a LOST reboot for kids
— Mr. Smith 👑 (@BadChoiceMilk) January 23, 2021
SPOILER ALERT! After Mitch and Tiff were stopped from killing the dinosaurs, the group is still trapped on the island––the good news is help could just be on its way. The questions, however, revolve more around what the heck E750 exactly is. Some say it’s some sort of a very violent mammoth-dinosaur.
Scott Kreamer and Colin Trevorrow, the showrunners, said this about the sci-fi series:
“We have a lot more story to tell with these characters, and we’ve set up things going back to Season 1 that we definitely want to pay off,” they stated.
“So here’s hoping, because when we started, we knew [that] the opening sequence of Fallen Kingdom, where they go in to get the Indominus tube and all that, that takes place six months after Jurassic World falls. We’ve got plenty of time to tell stories before then, and then still keeping with the canon of the Jurassic universe.”
Known by everyone, the title is one of the last projects from the streaming giant’s expansive deal alongside Dreamworks––making Go Dog Go the last of Dreamworks’ projects set to drop in February.
At this point, it’s just a matter of if and when the series is going to be renewed by Netflix. For starters, it took the streamer a month before renewing Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous for a second season.