After the end of season 3 of the Netflix animated series "Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous", the way is now clear for new adventures. Appropriate to the end, producer Colin Trevorrow comments on the future of the animated series. He was pleased that there was a clear winner at the end, after the series has so far incorporated the events of "Jurassic World" and "Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom". In the latter, Isla Nubar is indeed destroyed by the eruption of Mount Sibo in an epic, yet heartbreaking scene, which is why fans are wondering if this moment will also be featured in the series. Chronologically, it would match, since "Camp Cretaceous" has now arrived at about the appropriate point in the "Jurassic World" timeline. Trevorrow, however, believes it will be left as a one-off, as many fans had been upset with the scene in the film. Instead, he offers a small preview of Season 4 of the Netflix series. The intention is to turn away from the movies more in the future and explore new areas - in spite of everything, of course, in the same universe. Regarding the fan favorite Bumpy, Trevorrow also has reassuring news, saying that there is no reason to worry about the safety of the baby ankylosaurus. There is a final bit of good news regarding the upcoming "Jurassic World: Dominion", as the producer is hinting at an upcoming trailer as part of a promo event aimed at getting people into theaters. This means we could see a first teaser for the trilogy's finale within the next few weeks. We are definitely excited and look forward to the release on June 10, 2022.