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‘Jurassic Park’ will leave Netflix (again). But where will it go next?

No one knows where ‘Jurassic Park’ will end up next

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Sam Neill in “Jurassic Park.”

Sam Neill in “Jurassic Park.”


“Jurassic Park” will leave Netflix at the end of September — two months after it left NBCUniversal’s streaming service Peacock.

What’s going on?

  • The “Jurassic Park” trilogy — “Jurassic Park,” “The Lost World: Jurassic Park” and “Jurassic Park III” — joined Netflix on Aug. 1 after being on Peacock for 17 day, which I wrote about for Deseret.com.
  • The films will leave Netflix on Sept. 30, according to Deadline.
  • No one knows where they will go next.

  • “Jurassic Park” is owned by Universal Studios, so you’d think NBCUniversal’s Peacock would be the ideal fit. But stranger things have happened.
  • Netflix is still planning to release an original series called “Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous.”

Why is it moving again?

Films often flip between streaming services because their distribution rights are bought by other platforms. Deadline had a good explanation for it all:

Licensing and distribution has become a dense thicket for business affairs and legal teams to slice their way through, with properties assumed to be in-house often winding up somewhere else due to legacy dealmaking. Until quite recently — and even still, in many cases — licensing titles to third parties was the way of the world. Now, traditional companies are trying to lock up more of their own properties, though that can be expensive.