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Jurassic World: Chaos Theory, with a 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, is a worldwide hit on Netflix

Published May 28th, 2024 5:38PM EDT
Jurassic World: Chaos Theory on Netflix
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New episodes of Bridgerton, along with existing fan-favorite series like Baby Reindeer, aren’t the only titles dominating the Netflix Top 10 at the moment.

Netflix updates its weekly global Top 10 TV chart every Tuesday, and the latest ranking reveals that the 10-episode Jurassic World: Chaos Theory is doing quite well with viewers worldwide. The animated series, set six years after the events at Camp Cretaceous, is currently the #6 English language Netflix TV show globally, having racked up 3.8 million views.

That puts this animated series from Dreamworks Animation just behind all three seasons of Bridgerton, as well as Baby Reindeer and Netflix’s Ashley Madison documentary, on the latest weekly chart. 

This new addition to the Jurassic World franchise has certainly arrived with a bang, having already notched a perfect 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes. As for what it’s about, its official synopsis explains that “members of ‘The Nublar Six’ are struggling to find their footing off the islands, navigating a world now filled with dinosaurs and people who want to hurt them.

“Reunited in the wake of a tragedy, the group comes together only to find themselves on the run and catapulted into a global adventure to unravel a conspiracy that threatens dinosaur and humankind alike and finally learn the truth about what happened to one of their own.”

This could be a fun binge on Netflix for the whole family as a kind of placeholder until the new Jurassic movie hits theaters in July 2025. The series is technically for kids, but has mature elements such that older fans of the movies will no doubt be entertained, as well. “Jurassic World: Chaos Theory is an unexpectedly mature and original continuation to this animated universe,” one Rotten Tomatoes critic notes by way of praising the series (which, by the way, shares its name with the finale of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Season 2).

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