Jenna Ortega Confirmed To Not Be Returning To Popular Netflix Series As She Gets Killed Off In First Trailer

Jenna Ortega will not be making a return for the upcoming Netflix series.

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Jenna Ortega will not be returning to the hit Netflix show because she is killed off in the first clip. Jenna Ortega will not be returning to a new Netflix show.

Jenna Ortega won't be back for an upcoming season of her hit Netflix show. She's not in the trailer or on the cast list.

People who really like movies will know that Ortega has been in a lot of movies lately. She became famous in Tim Burton's Wednesday, but she has also been in the newest Scream movies. But one project Ortega will not work on in the future is a new show that Jurassic Park fans are very excited about.

Jurassic World: Chaos Theory is the cartoon show that comes after Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous. It had five seasons, from 2020 to 2022.

Ortega did voice work for the character Brooklynn in the first season, along with Paul-Mikél Williams, Sean Giambrone, Kausar Mohammed, and Raini Rodriguez.

All of their roles are back for the new show, but Ortega's character seems to die in the first 10 seconds of the trailer.


Since then, Netflix has announced that Ortega's Brooklynn will not be coming back.

Also, this time, Ryan Potter will not be playing the part again of his character Kenji. Instead, Darren Barnet will do it.

Fans on social media are shocked that Ortega isn't there; one fan on X even called it "crazy."

A lot of people think Ortega's absence from the cast list might be because of a problem with their schedule.

Since the star's popularity has grown over the past few years, she has worked on many projects.

She just released a new movie called Miller's Girl, which has caused some debate.

Ortega plays Cairo Sweet, an 18-year-old student, in the movie, which came out last week on Netflix. Martin Freeman, who played Bilbo Baggins in The Hobbit, plays her college teacher, Jonathan Miller.

In the movie, a creative writing task leads to complicated feelings between a teacher and his smart student.

The R-rated movie is pretty steamy, which caused a lot of controversy since Ortega is 31 years older than Freeman, 52.

Fans didn't like the movie at first, but Freeman has since come out and supported it.

Freeman told The Sunday Times that Miller's Girl was "grown-up and nuanced."

Noting his age gap Ortega, Freeman went on: "It's not saying, 'Isn't this great?' Are we going to have a go at Liam Neeson for being in a film about the Holocaust?"