Netflix’s Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Season 2 Review: Survival Tale

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Season 2 premiered on 22nd January 2020 on Netflix. For Season 2, Aaron Hammersley and Scott Kreamer both serve as showrunners for the series, and also executive produce the series alongside Lane Lueras, Steven Spielberg, Colin Trevorrow, and Frank Marshall. Camp Cretaceous season 2 is based on Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton.
It is 8 episodes long, with each episode’s duration being 24 minutes. The voice cast stars Paul-Mikél Williams, Sean Giambrone, Kausar Mohammed, Jenna Ortega, Ryan Potter, Raini Rodriguez, Jameela Jamil, Glen Powell, and others.

You Gotta Survive Till The Rescue Comes!

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous S1 revolved around a group of teenagers who get the opportunity to explore Isla Nublar Island which is house to dinosaurs (dino park) and stay near-natural dinosaur habitat but things take a turn when the dinosaurs are set loose and create havoc on the island forcing everyone to evacuate the place in few hours. But things don’t seem to be in the favour of the 6 teenagers – Darius, Brooklynn, Kenji, Ben, Sammy, and Yaz who have been left astray on the island to adapt and survive till and if the rescue arrives.

Camp Cretaceous season 2 picks up from where season 1 left off and throughout the season we see these teenagers save each other and themselves all the while finding means to survive in a place with dinosaurs all around. They search for water, food, habitat, and an SOS beacon initially but as the series progress, we see that there is more danger to the place and they must run and hide again and again. But towards the end when tourists Tiff (Stephanie Beatriz) and Mitch (Bradley Whitford), alongside their highly-rated expert Hap (Angus Sampson), enter the island, the series brings in trouble and suspicious activities that are enough to harm these innocent survivors.

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Since the series is primarily aimed towards kids, it strives to strengthen the significance of friendship and the power of unity all the while twisting it into the value of species and the idea of co-existence. All in all, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 2 is a harmless second instalment in the world of dinosaurs and while we have seen the same elements and storyline before, it is still enjoyable and children friendly. The blood and gore scenes are shown symbolically and more focus is placed on survival and character development while dinosaurs pave the way.

The series leaves you with Darius, Brooklynn, Kenji, Ben, Sammy, and Yaz on the island with a cliffhanger pointing towards Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous S3!

Stream It Or Skip It

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STREAM IT! Camp Cretaceous season 2 is interesting and harmless though it portrays the same saga. If you watched S1 and enjoyed it even a bit, then S2 will work out for you in great lengths and you will surely enjoy. Also, how many dinosaurs are too many dinosaurs?

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 2 is now streaming on Netflix.

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Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous S2 is all lonely survival and strength till things flip the switch! It's a harmless and riveting installment.

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