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It's T-Rex vs. T-Rex on a new island (?!) in exclusive 'Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous' S4 clip
The kids land on dry ground but they're shocked to find that the dinos are back in an exclusive clip for Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Season 4.
When last we saw the kid campers at the end of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Season 3, they had escaped Isla Nublar on a boat hoping to reach Costa Rica and true safety. Season 4 drops on Netflix Dec. 3 right where the last season left off, with the kids at sea and dry land on the horizon.
But what island are they on now?
SYFY WIRE has an exclusive sneak peek at what Darius (Paul-Mikel Williams), Brooklynn (Jenna Ortega), Kenji (Ryan Potter) Sammy (Raini Rodriguez), Ben (Sean Giambrone) and Yaz (Kausar Mohammed) discover on this new block of terra firma they've landed on:
The clip certainly implies that their Costa Rica calculations didn't quite work out. Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous showrunner Scott Kreamer confirms to SYFY WIRE that the kids didn't circle back to Isla Nublar either. "This is a new island to the franchise. With that comes new questions and new dangers. And I can say that we are not going to where the franchise has gone before."
With a T-Rex battle starting the season, and the kids in mortal danger again, what else can we expect from the amped up Season 4? Kreamer says, "We've got dinosaurs and saber-toothed tigers, and robots and drones. But at the end of the day, this show is about these kids, and it's about these relationships. That's the heart of the show and why people seem to be enjoying the show."
Kreamer says on the emotional front, the kids are dealing with the "huge disappointment" of not landing on a place that means they can go home. And the already simmering issues between some of the kids will get more fraught because of it.
"When we ended Season 3, Kenji and Darius were a little bit on the outs," he reminds. "The kids have been through trauma and that's gonna have an effect on people, especially kids. They're going to deal with it in different ways."
Any by the way, if you're keeping track at home on where exactly the kids are now in the overall Jurassic World timeline set by the theatrical movies, Kreamer says, "I would say that the kids were on Isla Nublar about six or seven months. And we still have some time before Nublar is destroyed at the end of Fallen Kingdom."