Camp Cretaceous season 2 looks to be electrifying after THAT season 1 finale

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous - Credit: Netflix
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous - Credit: Netflix /

Camp Cretaceous is returning to Netflix in January 2021 with its second season.

Warning: This post contains spoilers for Camp Cretaceous season one.

You need to know how to survive if you’re going to make it at Camp Cretaceous. The spin-off series to the Jurassic Park/Jurassic World franchise is about to blow you out of your seats. The animated series runs parallel with the first Jurassic World film in which the characters of Claire Dearing, her two nephews Zach and Gray, and Simon Masrani are mentioned through Season one.

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The first season ended on a high cliffhanger, with the Camp Cretaceous kids becoming stranded in the park and Ben supposedly falling to his death from the monorail. The second adventure will see the group struggle to survive as dinosaurs go on the rampage across their side of Isla Nublar, as per Entertainment Weekly. Without any way to get off the island, it will be up to the campers to find a way to survive.

However, there is every chance they’re going to be constantly tested as they begin to unravel a new mystery, according to a recent trailer Netflix released.

Watch the trailer for Camp Cretaceous season two here:

This series is a load of fun. It’s not corny in any way, and it gives an insight into a whole other aspect of the dino-filled franchise that isn’t normally seen. It’s also told from the perspective of teenagers rather that of adults like the films are. This shows the multitude of view points the series provides without having to rely on one type of perspective. It adds uniqueness to a story that is being told in a totally different place at the same time.

With Jurassic World: Dominion delayed until 2022, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous gives fans more Jurassic World stories to fill the void.

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Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous roars onto Netflix on January 22, 2021.