A whole bunch of DreamWorks Animation’s greatest stars will be making their way to Spanish homes via main public broadcast channels. This will mark the first time Spain’s children will get to experience a true blue world of adventure and laughter as nine DreamWorks Animation TV properties get ready to debut on four major Spanish TV networks.
The agreement was signed by Planeta Junior, which is…
“DreamWorks Sets ‘Dragons,’ ‘Dinotrux’ Netflix Series for Summer“
DreamWorks Animation Television announced at WonderCon details of two new series coming this summer to Netflix: A new How to Train Your Dragon-based series to be titled Dragons: Race to the Edge, and an original series titled Dinotrux.
The 13-episode run of Dragons: Race to the Edge, takes place one year before the events of How to Train Your Dragon 2.
DreamWorks reveals new 'Dinotrux' image, 'Dragons' trailer
As part of their continued
deal with Netflix, DreamWorks have released a new trailer for Dragons: Race to the Edge, as well as
the logo for their upcoming series Dinotrux.
The new Dragons trailer was uploaded to their official YouTube channel, and
is titled ‘show intro’- presumably because it is a preview of the show’s
opening credits sequence. This trailer doesn’t reveal much new information, as
several images from it were released a week ago. However, it does confirm that
'all episodes’ will be released on June 26.
Meanwhile, Film Divider have
posted a new image for DreamWorks’ newest series, Dinotrux. Although
the series doesn’t have a release date yet, it is set to premiere this summer
on Netflix. Unlike DreamWorks’ other Netflix shows, Dinotrux is not based on a pre-existing franchise, though it is inspired by a series of children’s books.
Chris Gall’s award winning children’s book “DINOTRUX” serves as inspiration for a new Netflix series, to be produced by Dreamworks for release in 2015. “DINOTRUX” will follow the adventures of two unlikely best friends as they navigate the mechanical domain ruled by creatures including Tyrannosaurus Trux, Scraptors and Tow-a-constrictors.
DreamWorks Animation has just announced another property borne out of their partnership with streaming giant Netflix, a new original animated series that goes by the name of “Dinotrux.” Based on an award-winning book series from Chris Gall, Dinotrux will be joining a bunch of original kids series from DreamWorks Animation that will be streaming via Netflix, which includes King Julien, Puss in Boots, VeggieTales in the House, DreamWorks Dragons, and Turbo FAST, which debuted last 2013.