Jurassic World Producer Comments on a Live-Action TV Show

Frank Marshall, the producer of the amazing Jurassic World trilogy, addresses the possibility of a live TV show spinoff. 

Jurassic World was released in 2015 and it was the fourth film of the franchise that began with the epic Jurassic Park in 1993 by Steven Spielberg. As viewers wait for the next Jurassic World: Dominion, we hear rumors of possible live TV action series that may follow the story of the iconic films of the franchise. 

However, Frank Marshall said in an interview to the Film that the Jurassic World series is not discussed by the franchise so far and he is also focusing on the movies. He further says:

<blockquote> “No, I’m really just focused on the movies. So I haven’t really thought about that. There’s been no discussion of that. As I say, we have the animated series [Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous]. I think that’s plenty for now.”</blockquote>

With Marvel and Star War franchises successfully launching spinoff TV shows like The Mandelorian, and Moon Kight, we can only hope Jurassic World jumps the bandwagon. However, there are instances where movie franchises turned into TV shows have not been successful. For example, the Jason Bourne film franchise spinoff series Treadstone by Universal was canceled after one season. 

This summer, Jurassic World Dominion will hit cinemas featuring Dr. Alan Grant, Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum), and Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) as dinosaurs roam the Earth once again. 

“It’s the start of a new era. The dinosaurs are now on the mainland amongst us, and they will be for quite some time, I hope,” says Marshall. The movie will be released in theaters in June. 

However, there is still a possibility as, during a live event, Director Colin Trevorrow was asked by a fan if there is a possibility of a live-action TV series in the future to which he replied “If the audience demands, we will provide.”


If there is any franchise that can make a similar leap like Star Wars and Marvels, it’s Jurassic World. The response from fans has been positive but we are not sure if Universal is working on a live-action TV show as there is no evidence to support these rumors. 

Jurassic Park producer Frank Marshall addresses the possibility of a live-action TV show in the future, saying the franchise has not mentioned a TV series yet. 

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