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DreamWorks Dragons Rescue Riders will be coming to Netflix on September 27, 2019! Now you can follow the adventures of Dak, Leyla, and their dragon friends.

How do you know if an animated series is any good? When your teenager sets and watches it with her 8 yr old sister AND the 8 yr old asks if she can watch more of it as soon as she gets home from school!

We were provided with a screener code to watch Dragons Rescue Riders on Netflix before the release date.  All opinions are our own. 

Is your family fans of How to Train Your Dragon? We sure are.  We’ve watched all of the movies to date.  That’s why when we heard about the DreamWorks series, I knew it would quickly become a family favorite.


This series is exactly hw we expected it to be.  Colorful, fun, age-appropriate, and an attention getter.  Head over to Netflix so you can check out Dragons Rescue Riders for yourself!



The twin dragon siblings, Dak and Leyla learned how to speak dragon after they were raised by a Mother dragon.  Their five dragon friends are: Winger, Summer, Cutter, Burple, and Aggro.  Which on a side note, Burple is absolutely adorable! They live in Huttsgalor.  


Emmy®-Award winner Jack Thomas (Dragons: Race to the Edge, The Fairly OddParents) serves as executive producer and showrunner, and Brian K. Roberts (VeggieTales in the House) serves as co-executive producer and showrunner. 

DreamWorks Dragons Rescue Riders features the voice talents of Nicolas Cantu (The Amazing World of Gumball, Sofia The First) as “Dak,” who is in charge of training the Rescue Riders and Brennley Brown (The Voice, Sofia The First) as “Leyla,” Dak’s twin who is a whiz on all things dragons. Voicing the young dragons are Marsai Martin (Little, Black-ish)  as “Aggro,” Zach Callison (Steven Universe, The Goldbergs) as “Winger,” Skai Jackson (Jessie, Bunk’d) as “Summer, ” Noah Bentley (Adam Ruins Everything) as “Burple,” Andre Robinson (Dragons: Race to the Edge, Niko and the Sword of Light) as “Cutter.” 




Make sure to head over to Netflix to check out the show!

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