Shows like Jurassic World camp Cretaceous

When in 2020, developed by Zack Stentz, an American science fiction series “Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous” premiered on Netflix, the dinosaur craze was again put to the test – this time in animated form, and again after four seasons, it was always growing. The animated series which is also part of the Jurassic Park franchise features six teenagers – Darius, Ben, Yaz, Brooklyn, Kenji and Sammy who visit dinosaur camps on Isla Nublar as dinosaurs wreak havoc on the island.
But it’s not just dinosaurs that can throw us into an action frenzy. There are many other series that may interest you in the same way.

That’s why here is a list of shows that you will definitely enjoy if you like ‘Jurassic World camp Cretaceous’.

1. Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts-

Date of the first episode: January 14, 2020
Number of seasons: 3
Adapted from Radfort Sechrist’s 2015 webcomic ‘Kipo’, this American young adult animated television series is about Kipo Oak, a girl who, in search of her father, explores the post-apocalyptic surface world ruled by mutant animals. On her journey, she befriends Wolf, Benson – human survivors, and Dave, Mandu – mutant animals.

2. Transformers: War for Cybertron-


Date of the first episode: July 30, 2020
Number of seasons: 3
Produced by Hasbro and Rooster Teeth, this trilogy opens on a planet Cybertron ravaged by a civil war between Megatron and his Decepticons and Optimus Prime and his Autobots. Each of the seasons aired on Netflix, one for each of the franchise’s three toylines. For Transformers fans, this is a must-watch final series.

3. Teen Titans Go!-

Date of the first episode: April 23, 2013
Number of seasons: 7
Teen superheroes Robin, Statfire, Cyborg, Raven and Beast Boy have been saving the world for a long time. But after deciding to retire from this job, things go wrong. Michael Jelenic and Aaron Horvath developed this series after DC’s “New Teen Titans” shorts became popular. This series based on the fictional DC Comics superhero team is a fan favorite to this day.

4. Marvel’s Spider-Man –

Date of the first episode: August 19, 2017
Number of seasons: 3

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As a replacement for the previous “Ultimate Spider-Man” series, this series based on the fictional character of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko premiered on Disney XD. This season depicts the emergence of Peter Parker’s superpower and is a perennial fan favorite.

5. Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man-

Date of the first episode: April 1, 2012
Number of seasons: 4
It was the very first time people could watch their favorite superhero on screen in adaptation. That’s why “The Ultimate Spider-Man” still holds a special place in people’s hearts. The series has apparently been canceled to make way for its successor, the “Spider-Man” series.

6. Ben 10: Ultimate Alien –

Date of the first episode: April 23, 2010
Number of seasons: 4
‘Ultimate Alien’ depicts the time when Ben Tennyson had already defeated Vilgax. But his heroism is established especially in front of the children as the adults remain suspicious. But now Ben and his friends Gwen and Kevin are ready for more action with Ben’s mysterious new Ultimatrix.

7. Ben 10: Omniverse –

Date of the first episode: August 1, 2012
Number of seasons: 8
Nostalgia resurfaces, doesn’t it? Because it’s the story of our favorite teenage superhero Ben 10 and the sci-fi action pack he always carries with him. In this season, Ben and his partner Rook Blonco are set to explore an underground alien city whose name is Undertown. To reinvent the magic of Ben 10, watch it on Cartoon Network.

8. Generation: LOCK-

Date of the first episode: January 26, 2019
Number of seasons: 2
Set in a dystopian future, this story revolves as Earth’s Last Free Society recruits a team of diverse members who are robot pilots to save the world. A star-studded cast gave voice to the characters of the series. To name a few – Maisie Williams, Michael B. Jordan, David Tennant, Dakota Fanning etc.

9. Young Judge-

Date of the first episode: November 26, 2010
Number of seasons: 4
Because we’re mostly talking about teenage superheroes, here’s another one from our childhood. This series is about young sidekicks trying to prove their worth by saving the world and balancing their daily lives.

10. Dragons: Race to the Edge-

Date of the first episode: August 7, 2012
Number of seasons: 8
We started with dinosaurs and end with dragons. One is an extinct archaic creature and the other is imaginary (we hope). But both are super powerful and pack a lot of action wherever they go. Based on the popular 2010 film “How to Train Your Dragon”, this computer-animated series follows dragon trainer Hiccup’s adventure with his fellow dragon Toothless. Of all the voice actors and actresses, those reprising their roles from the main film are Jay Baruchel and America Ferrera.

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