Finally, the long-time Jurassic Park franchise expands into an animated series with Netflix’s Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous – except, of course, for a handful of Lego toy commercials. A series occurred twice in the 90s, but it never came. But now that two recent movies have made the property ubiquitous, we have eight episodes scheduled for the events of Jurassic World 2015, with eight teens trying not to intervene during the worst summer camp. Or you won’t be able to eat.
Dread and panic; Netflix’s new action-packed animated series, of Jurassic World:
Camp Cretaceous, feeds on both with a surprisingly effective riff fans are loving about the Jurassic franchise. The eight-and-a-half-hour first season is aimed at children, released under the Netflix Family banner and presented by DreamWorks Animation.
The storyline facilities on Darius:
A dinosaur-loving teen who earns his manner to Camp Cretaceous by becoming the first person to win a virtual reality video game. There, he meets five other teenagers who, for various reasons, experience adventure camping even before the rest of the world. The series’ emerging terror keeps it at its Jurassic Park origins. People scream for eating off-screen, teens are constantly caught up in intense situations, and each episode ends on Cliffhazer. Scary stuff is fun and fast-paced, and it has to be.
Stream it or skip it?
Other aspects of the show that it’s really enjoying included lush green views at the bioluminescent caves and mountains at sunset; Given the thrill of creative “camera angles” within Darius’s VR game; And an exuberant sense of adventure.
This lively romance through the jungle will surprise and delight the young audience for which it was designed. While it’s probably not worth going out of your way to see for yourself, you probably still enjoy the excitement when you sit down to pass it on to the rest of the family.