A dark but logical ending
A series made for the little ones but also for the big ones and which reserves us a rather dark end for a series for children. At the end of episode 7, Ben fell from a train and appeared to be dead (the final scene finally showed that he was still alive although unconscious). In the last episode, the 8th, as the group finally arrived at the pier, they discovered that they had been abandoned to their fate, isolated on the island. A logical end and linked to the saga although it is not very encouraging. Showrunner Scott Kreamer even confided that Colin Trevorrow (writer of the three Jurassic World films and director of the 1st and 3rd installment) approved every scene in the animated series to make it as close as possible to the franchise.
What's next for the series?
For now, Netflix has not yet renewed Jurassic World: The Cretaceous Colo for a season 2 but Scott Kreamer already has ideas for a possible sequel, especially regarding Ben and the consequences of his accident. ” These events would have a definite effect on Ben and on his personality and the way he sees the world, ” he told Gizmodo. Referring to the rest of the band's adventures, he adds: ” It's an interesting idea you know, this question: 'We are abandoned here. Just the six of us. How do we survive?'. There are so many stories. to tell, how to get off the island, how to survive on the island, are they the only ones on the island? There are so many ways the story can continue “. Fingers crossed for a season 2!