Primeval: New World - Netflix
A spin-off of the UK hit. Primeval: New World follows a team of scientists and animal experts that's called to action when dinosaurs appear in Vancouver.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Primeval: New World - Primeval: New World - Netflix
Primeval: New World is a Canadian–British science fiction television program, set in Vancouver, British Columbia, created by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens. A co-production between Impossible Pictures and Omni Film Productions for Space, the show is a spin-off of the British series Primeval. However, the two shows have little to do with each other. It was broadcast on Space in Canada, and on Watch in the United Kingdom. As with Primeval, the premise of Primeval: New World involves a team who has to deal with animals from the past and future that travel through time to the present day through anomalies. On 21 February 2013, it was announced that the series had been cancelled after a single season.
Primeval: New World - Critical Response - Netflix
Den of Geek columnist Philip Lickley enjoyed the first episode, stating that while it was “a little shallower” than Primeval, the ending “[sets up] what could be the most exciting element of the series.” He noted several references to the original series, including the handheld anomaly detector and a cryogenically frozen Anomaly Research Centre member, as particular highlights. Alex Strachan of the Postmedia News agency had a favourable impression, praising the visual effects and describing the episode as “watchable and entertaining, the modern-day equivalent of '60s sci-fi TV classics like Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea and Time Tunnel.”
Primeval: New World - References - Netflix