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Camp Cretaceous Season 3: Cast | Released Date | Plot – Everything We Know about It

Here’s all we know about Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 3, including a possible release date and plot synopsis. Camp Cretaceous, produced by Steven Spielberg, Colin Trevorrow, and Frank Marshall, is the first animated series based within Jurassic world that is primarily geared at children but is well-drawn and action-packed enough for adults to enjoy.

Season 2 of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous takes place immediately after season 1, which aired alongside the 2015 Jurassic World film. Teenage Campers Darius (Paul-Mike Williams), Brooklynn (Jenna Ortega), Kenji (Ryan Potter), Yasmina (Kausar Mohammad), and Sammy (Raini Rodriguez) are left stranded on Isla Nublar after the dinosaurs took over the island. They must find a way to survive and get word to the mainland that they need to be rescued. Meanwhile, Ben (Sean Giambrone) has survived his monorail crash and is on his own with the support of his young Ankylosaurus, Bumpy.


In addition to the dinosaurs, a new human menace develops in Jurassic World, which at first appears to be nice eco-tourists. The Campers are on their own and must use their wits, teamwork, and inventiveness to solve all of the secrets and confront all of the dangers on Isla Nublar. However, their adventure is far from complete and Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous leaves the door open for a third season.

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Cast of The Camp Cretaceous Season 3

Darius Bowman, a camper from Oakland who is a dinosaur aficionado and the group’s leader, is played by Paul-Mikél Williams.

Ben Pincus is played by Sean Giambrone, a sensitive and quiet camper who looks after an Ankylosaurus named Bumpy.

Yasmina “Yaz” Fadoula, played by Kausar Mohammed, is the “most athletically assured” of the campers.


Jenna Ortega plays Brooklynn, a well-known travel vlogger and Camp Cretaceous camper.

Ryan Potter plays Kenji Kon, a self-proclaimed VIP camper who is described as the “group’s self-proclaimed alpha male.”

Raini Rodriguez plays Sammy Gutierrez, a camper who is ecstatic about his time at Camp Cretaceous.

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Release Date for Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Season 3

Netflix has yet to declare whether Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous will be renewed for a third season. Season 1 debuted on Netflix on September 18, 2020, and was renewed a few weeks later on October 9, with a 2021 release date scheduled. It wouldn’t be unexpected if Netflix didn’t renew Camp Cretaceous for a third season in early February 2021, with a third season arriving later that year.

Because Camp Cretaceous is an animated series, it can be created remotely despite COVID-19 constraints, which is how much of season 1 and all of season 2 were put together. The release of Camp Cretaceous season 3 in late 2021 would also serve as a strong franchise lead-in to Colin Trevorrow’s Jurassic World: Dominion, which is set to enter theatres in June 2022.

Storyline of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Season 3

The Campers banded together to preserve the dinosaurs from Mitch (Bradley Whitford) and Tiff (Stephanie Beatriz), a married pair who revealed out to be big-game hunters looking for prehistoric clones to make trophies out of. However, while Mitch and Tiff were both killed by the dinosaurs, the Campers were unable to leave the island since the boat that the married couple provided was infested with super predators. This means the Campers will remain stranded on Isla Nublar with InGen’s creatures, but Darius and his companions will have finally gelled as a unit that can rely on one another.


There was also a silver lining in the fact that Darius and Kenji activated the rescue beacon in the T-nest, Rex’s which could result in their being saved. Season 2 of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous did, however, finish on an alarming cliffhanger, with an unknown dinosaur getting defrosted from cryo frozen in the island’s basement. It’s unclear whether this would be another Indominus Rex, an Indoraptor, or a new hybrid dinosaur, but the Campers will undoubtedly be in trouble if it escapes.

Season 3 Ending

The final two episodes of Camp Cretaceous season 3, “Whatever It Takes” and “Stay On Mission,” take place at the same time as the opening sequence of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, which takes place six months after the island was invaded by dinosaurs in Jurassic World. This also confirmed that the Campers have been on Isla Nublar for six months, following a significant gap in time between Camp Cretaceous seasons two and three (Kenji’s facial hair has grown in, and the roots of Brooklynn’s pink dyed hair are now visible). In the prologue of Fallen Kingdom, David Mills’ mercenaries arrived at Jurassic World amid a rainstorm and successfully obtained the Indominus Rex’s DNA. They did, however, come upon the Tyrannosaurus Rex, and one of the mercs was devoured by the Mosasaurus, who subsequently escaped her lagoon and swam out to sea.


Camp Cretaceous, on the other hand, revealed that mercenaries aboard their helicopters had prevented the Campers from departing from Isla Nublar. They were assaulted by the T-Rex when they met on the dock. Darius, Brooklynn, and Yasmina escaped into to the bush, eventually bringing the T-Rex back to Jurassic World’s main roadway, where the gigantic apex predator ran into the mercenaries searching for the Indominus Rex’s remains at the lagoon. From the Campers’ perspective, the Mosasaurus eating the gangster hanging from his helicopter’s rope ladder was also visible. However, Camp Cretaceous ignores how Fallen Kingdom retconned Isla Nublar’s geography to allow the Mosasaurus access to the sea when her lagoon is actually landlocked in the middle of the island, which Jurassic World 2 retconned to allow the Mosasaurus access to the sea when her lagoon is actually landlocked in the middle of the island.

When Jurassic World Will: Camp Cretaceous Season 4 Be Released?

Save the date and time for Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous, which will premiere on Netflix on December 3 at 3:01 a.m. ET/12:01 a.m. PT!

Although do not even understand however many episodes will be included in the new release at this time, but you should have at least eight brand new episodes ready to view at the mentioned time. While you’re counting down the hours until your new intervention episodes arrive, take a look at this intriguing trailer for Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous season 4 down below.


Massive undersea creatures, technological unknowns, and saber-tooth tigers that reveal their fangs to any living thing?! Without a doubt, this season will have you on the edge of your seat, wondering how these youngsters are going to make it out alive this time. You’ll have to keep an eye out to find out!

Remember to tune in to the entire new season of Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous, which will premiere on Netflix on December 3 at 12:01 a.m. EST.

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