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DreamWorks Dragons: The Series (Rated TV-PG for moderate violence) is a television series based on the film and also it's sequel. It began airing on Cartoon Network on Tuesday, September 4, 2012, having to release a new episode every Wednesday.[1] Producer Tim Johnson has declared that the series will be "dark" and "deep".[2]The show reveals more new species of dragons including the dragons from the Book of Dragons special. The series' musical score is written by John Paesano. Season 1 of the series is called Dragons: Riders of Berk, and Season 2 is confirmed with the name Dragons: Defenders of Berk. Season 3 has also been confirmed with the name Dragon Masters.

On August 7, 2012, an hour-long sneak peek was premiered containing 2 episodes (How to Start a Dragon Academy and Viking for Hire) that was never aired in the actual series. These episodes were indeed extras and did however contain information on how the Dragon Academy was started. The original air date for the series started with the episode Animal House followed by The Terrible Twos the next week. See this article for an episode guide.

How To Train Your Dragon was a very pleasant surprise for me when it was released in 2010, so it was with trepidation that I heard the show was getting an animated series. Usually the result of any adapted film into a series is a watered down cash-in with none of the talent or imagination that made the original worthwhile. Dragons: Riders of Berk is the refreshing exception to the rule, and a benchmark on how to continue a fictional universe on the small screen while awaiting the next run on the big one. The first sign that this wasn’t some throwaway effort was that the 20-episode season was able to get back much of the film’s original cast.

The first sign that D:RoB wasn’t some throwaway effort was that the 20-episode season was able to get back much of the film’s original cast including Jay Baruchel (Hiccup), America Ferrara (Astrid), and Christopher Mintz-Plasse (Fishlegs). Certain characters, such as Gerard Butler’s Stoick are replaced by fan-voice work-favorite Nolan North, and are pitch-perfect stand ins. The show even introduces a new character, Alvin the Treacherous, voiced by Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill, and could easily have been a villain worthy of a major film.

The story picks up nicely not too far from the end of the film with the vikings and dragons having made peace and trying to co-exist, while Hiccup and friends try to domesticate the wild beasts and start an academy for training them. Throughout the season we’re introduced to quite a few interesting new dragons with their own abilities and personalities. Not every episode is a winner but they do enough addition to the mythology and character advancement to really feel that the show will have an impact on the universe, instead of just tiding you over until 2014′s sequel.

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monababi 9 months, 1 week ago

he story picks up nicely not too far from the end of the film with the vikings and dragons having made peace and trying to co-exist, while Hiccup and friends try to domesticate the wild beasts and start an academy for training them. Throughout the season we’re introduced to quite a few interesting new dragons with their own abilities and personalities. Not every episode is a winner but they do enough addition to the mythology and character advancement to really feel that the show will have an impact on the universe, instead of just tiding you over until 2014′s sequel. quite a few interesting new dragons with their own abilities and personalities. Not every episode is a winner but they do enough addition to the mythology and character advancement to really feel that the show will have an impact on the universe, instead of just tiding you over until 2014′s sequel.

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