Netflix has announced that Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous has been renewed for Season 2, with the all-new episodes set to premiere in 2021.
The streaming service released a teaser trailer for the second season of its animated adventure series on Friday, offering fans a first-look at the “new season of survival.” The teaser doesn’t reveal the exact release date for the new season, but it does confirm that the upcoming batch of episodes will debut on Netflix sometime next year. Check out the first trailer below:
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The short video shows the campers trying to escape the claws (and jaws) of the many dinosaurs that are now wreaking havoc across the island, which is located on the opposite side of Isla Nublar. Towards the end of the teaser, the terrified teenagers come face-to-face with an ominous new dinosaur threat, as a Ceratosaurus lunges out of the leaves straight towards the group.
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous officially opened its gates on Netflix on September 18, with the first season coming from executive producers Steven Spielberg, Colin Trevorrow and Frank Marshall, together with Scott Kreamer and Aaron Hammersley who served as executive producers and showrunners on the series, which was developed by Zack Stentz.
The voice cast featured Paul-Mikél Williams as resident dinosaur expert Darius; Jenna Ortega as social media sensation Brooklynn; Ryan Potter as self-appointed VIP Kenji; Raini Rodriguez as gregarious and enthusiastic Sammy; Sean Giambrone as sensitive and bookish Ben; and Kausar Mohammed as world-class athlete Yaz. Elsewhere, Jameela Jamil and Glen Powell recur as camp counsellors Roxie and Dave.
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The second season of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous will help to fill the dinosaur-shaped hole in our lives next year after Jurassic World: Dominion was recently rescheduled for release on June 10, 2022. Production on the film was halted earlier this week after multiple crew members tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19). Filming is expected to resume in two weeks time.