‘Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous’ Season 3: Release Date, Renewal, Plot, and What to Expect

Netflix has been filled with a lot of different stuff this month. New animes, weird storylines (which the streamer does love), and a handful of their normal releases, to be precise. Catching up to the scene is Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous––the animated series about wild dinosaurs––as they come back to the streaming giant for a third season after serving Season 2 relatively recently.

What is Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous all about?

It’s a weird combination––dinosaurs and kids, eh? The animated series’ demographic actually revolves around these youngsters and they are absolutely loving it. Not to mention adults like me are as well. On the 22nd of January, the second season of the series premiered in the streaming giant while the first season took off back in September 2020.

As you may already know, the series is based on one of the most culturally iconic films of the 90s, the Universal movie franchise in Jurassic Park. That already goes without saying.

What to expect in Season 3 of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous:

If it isn’t obvious enough, cover your eyes for this part if you haven’t watched the second season because SPOILER ALERT!

The second season answered everything the first season couldn’t. However, another season comes another fair share of unanswered and lingering questions. After stopping Mitch and Tiff kill the dinosaurs (yes, this is a kid’s show, mind you), the group was, essentially, still trapped on the island but help could already be on its way.

That isn’t the only thing that’s bothering Jurassic Park fans, though, as there are also concerns about what exactly E750 is. Sure, to some casual’s eyes it would resemble a dinosaur. For those who grew up watching Jurassic Park and documentaries whether or not these creatures were real, however, they theorized that it could be a combination between a Siberian mammoth, a hybrid dinosaur, a Spinoraptor, or another species of a deadly dinosaur. Again, we’re all here for kid’s content, aren’t we? Are kids these days growing up to Jurassic Park and not Grand Theft Auto?

Has Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous been renewed for Season 3?

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous is a part of the expansive deal between Netflix and Dreamworks––being one of the last titles to come out alongside Go Dog Go that premiered in February 2021.

In an interview with Comicbook, showrunner Scott Kreamer and Colin Trevorrow revealed that they’re still hoping that they could deliver more episodes to the audience, saying:

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,” adding “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.

When is Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Season 3 premiering on Netflix?

The third season was announced on the 11th of March through the official @JurassicWorld Twitter handle. One of the better news to come with this announcement was that it came with a release date, thankfully.

Season 3 of Jurrasic World: Camp Cretaceous will be premiering on the streaming giant on the 21st of May, 2021.

If you’re already longing for Jurassic World content, then feel free to watch three LEGO Jurassic World titles streaming on Netflix. It’s a good deal if I do say so myself––keeps up with the children’s theme but still willing to be violent, something an adult needs in their lives.

Written by Dave Cunningham

Raised and born in West London. Dave is currently studying BA in Psychology at CUNY Hunter College. Netflix favourites: You, Stranger Things, Ozark & Virgin River.

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