Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous News and Discussion Thread

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I thought so too until that synopsis in the article made it sound like it might be Manta Corps or some other force currently on the island.
Yeah, when Eddie mentioned doing something for "those guys" I kinda figured we might see another organization turn up on the island before the counselors came back (and Manta makes the most sense given what they had Sammy doing)...
 

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Looking forward to getting to better know the kids as they try to survive on a theme park filled with dinosaurs :).

I'm not sure how many confirmed seasons they have in mind, but it seems like they plan to more or less bridge the gap between Jurassic World and Fallen Kingdom (although how long can these kids stay on Jurassic World?).


49 half hours + presumably an interactive special that'll consist of three episodes worth of animation = 52 episodes aka the baseline for every DreamWorks Netflix show.
 

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49 half hours + presumably an interactive special that'll consist of three episodes worth of animation = 52 episodes aka the baseline for every DreamWorks Netflix show.
Some DreamWorks show made it to 78, but then again that's before NBCU probably.

For this amount of episodes, it makes sense because of the next JW movie seemingly wrapping up the story, and this is continuity driven.
 

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Some DreamWorks show made it to 78, but then again that's before NBCU probably.

For this amount of episodes, it makes sense because of the next JW movie seemingly wrapping up the story, and this is continuity driven.

Voltron, King Julian, Dinotrux, Puss in Boots, Trollhunters (as a franchise) and Spirit: Riding Free all surpassed the 52-episode minimum. Boss Baby is currently sitting at 52 (counting the interactive special as 3) and IIRC, that's not announced as cancelled, so it'll join the list. Presumably, these were the only ones popular enough for Netflix to ask for more.
 

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Presumably, these were the only ones popular enough for Netflix to ask for more.

Most of those already had 52+ episodes right out of the gate, though, like Voltron, Puss in Boots, and King Julien. I think even in the case of the Spirit, they continued it via spin-off shows and specials since the main show's last season premiered on April 5, 2019.

I think Dreamworks has been less willing to do 78-episode shows than it did before.
 
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