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‘Dragons Rescue Riders: Heroes of the Sky’ Season 2 Trailer and Key Art Revealed

New episodes of the DreamWorks Animation original CG animated series, about Viking twins Dak and Leyla and their exciting adventures, stream February 3 exclusively on Peacock.

DreamWorks Animation has just shared new art and a trailer for Season 2 of their original CG animated series, Dragons Rescue Riders: Heroes of The Sky. All six episodes hit Peacock February 3.

The series is set in a faraway corner of the Viking and Dragon world, where we find Viking twins Dak and Leyla. Rescued and raised by dragons, the twins grow up learning to speak the dragon language. Along with young dragons Winger, Summer, Cutter and Burple, the young Vikings defend and protect other dragons on exciting adventures around their home of Huttsgalor.

In the new season Dak, Leyla and the Rescue Riders are ready for all new high-flying adventures as Burple finds his strength and becomes “The Incredible Burple” and Haggis goes missing! But when the gang discovers new dragons - a Relentless Rainbow Horn named Sparkle, a Stinkwing with a powerful smell, and fast-flying dragons called Zommerangs - they will have to work together to courageously defend Huttsgalor like never before!

The series features the voice talents of Nicolas Cantu (The Walking Dead: World Beyond); Brennley Brown (Dragons: Rescue Riders); Carlos Alazraqui (Reno 911!); Moira Quirk (Dragons: Rescue Riders); Roshon Fegan (Camp Rock franchise); Brad Grusnick (Dragons: Rescue Riders); Sam Lavagnino (Puppy Dog Pals); Tara Strong (Teen Titans Go!); Zach Callison (The Goldbergs); Skai Jackson (Bunk’d); Noah Bentley (Elliott from Earth); Andre Robinson (The Loud House); and Marsai Martin (Black-ish). Special guest stars include Claire Corlett as Blazo and Charlie Saxton as Whiffy.

Jack Thomas (Regular Show, Dragons: Race to the Edge) serves as executive producer; Brian Roberts (VeggieTales) serves as co-executive producer. Dragons Rescue Riders: Heroes of The Sky is produced by DreamWorks Animation.

Source: DreamWorks Animation

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