Netflix has revealed the trailer and poster for DreamWorks Animation’s Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, coming to the streaming service on September 18. The first season consists of eight 22-minute episodes.
An interactive site for Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous has also launched. A brand new state of the art adventure camp is waiting to be explored at CampCretaceous.com, where you’ll be able to tour the campgrounds, get up close with dinosaurs and, as Mr. DNA says, experience the wonders of science.
Once inside, checkout the tree top cabins, the incredible zipline and pop into the genetics lab located deep in the jungle of Isla Nublar. Time your visit correctly and you might catch the rare moment a dinosaur egg hatches. The site is filled with exciting first looks inside Camp Cretaceous.
From listening into ranger communications across the island to getting a glimpse of top secret files on Dr. Wu’s computer, there is much for Jurassic World fans to explore as a family including easter eggs, games and downloadable activities.
Set against the timeline of the blockbuster film Jurassic World, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous follows a group of six teenagers trapped at a new adventure camp on the opposite side of Isla Nublar. When the events of the film unfold and dinosaurs are unleashed across the island, each kid realizes their very survival rests on the shoulders of themselves and their fellow campers.
Unable to reach the outside world, our six teens will go from strangers to friends to family as they band together to survive the dinosaurs and uncover hidden secrets so deep they threaten the world itself.
The cast includes Paul-Mikél Williams as Darius, Jenna Ortega as Brooklynn, Ryan Potter as Kenji, Raini Rodriguez as Sammy, Sean Giambrone as Ben, Kausar Mohammed as Yaz, Jameela Jamil as Roxie, and Glen Powell as Dave.
Scott Kreamer (Pinky Malinky) and Lane Lueras (Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny) serve as showrunners and executive producers. The series is executive produced by Steven Spielberg, Colin Trevorrow, Frank Marshall, Scott Kreamer, Aaron Hammersley, and Lane Lueras.
The production companies behind the series are Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment. The animation studio is DreamWorks Animation.
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous builds on a successful five-year relationship between DreamWorks Animation and Netflix that has seen numerous series debut on the service, including the Tales of Arcadia trilogy from Guillermo del Toro, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, Spirit Riding Free, and The Boss Baby: Back in Business.
In case you missed them, you can still watch the previously-released teasers below and you’ll find more images from the series underneath.