Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 4 review – out of the frying pan and into the fire

December 2, 2021
Daniel Hart 0
Netflix, Streaming Service, TV Reviews
3.5

Summary

Netflix’s Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous continues to entertain, and after the ending of season 4, there will likely be a continuation.

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3.5

Summary

Netflix’s Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous continues to entertain, and after the ending of season 4, there will likely be a continuation.

This review of Netflix’s Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 4 does not contain spoilers.

I think even Netflix may be wildly surprised by the success of this Jurassic Park spin-off. While it grates near the same timeline, it’s heavily based on animated family themes. In the last season, our group of young teenagers finally left the island, sailing to safety, leaving the audience to wonder where the story could go from there.

But as we witnessed in season 3, the teens’ boat had an unknowing stowaway dinosaur on board, which could bring complications. Season 4 brings our characters to unknown territory after an incident at sea. New environments are explored, a new evil is to be confronted, and new secrets are ready to be unveiled. Season 4 presents a new challenge for our group of kids.

And, keeping it consistent, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 4 sticks to the same meaning of togetherness and community that we’ve seen since episode 1. The relatability for children to witness this series and feel hope and warmth remain. We know this series is not a serious indication of the Jurassic universe, but it continues to abide by the rules of friendship — it’s essential. It’s a key ingredient that’s likely to have kept the young and adults engaged, as this series surprisingly brings in an older audience too.

The only criticism, which is to be expected, is that season 4 is making the series feel a bit repetitive. While the scenarios change, the threat of enemies feels the same but wilder. The teens are transported across lands, only to be split up to help with the story arcs. If you’ve watched the previous seasons, then you’ll know what to expect.

Critical predictability is a low criticism for a family series like this. Netflix’s Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous continues to entertain, and after the ending of season 4, there will likely be a continuation.

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