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Exclusive Clip: ‘Dragons Rescue Riders: Heroes of The Sky’ Season 4

AWN readers get a sneak peek at the final season of DreamWorks Animation’s original CG animated series about Viking twins Dak and Leyla and their exciting adventures; new episodes debut today on Peacock.

Get ready for the fourth and final season of DreamWorks Animation’s Dragons Rescue Riders: Heroes of The Sky with an exclusive “sneak peek” clip, courtesy of our friends at Peacock. The new six-episode Season 4, which debuts today on the streamer, follows more adventures of Viking twins Dak and Leyla, who, rescued and raised by dragons, grow up learning to speak the dragon language.

In the show, the Rescue Riders are back with new adventures as they help Magnus reclaim his workshop from a group of baby metal-eating Razortooth Metalmaw dragons before they eat him out of house and home… literally. Dak, Winger, Aggro, and Burple find themselves dueling with a mischievous Copyclae dragon who can impersonate both their voices and powers. But when a dragon whose blast wipes out memories attacks Dak and Layla, it’s up to their dragon friends to bring their memories back before the twins forget they were “Rescue Riders” forever.

Watch the clip, “The Escape Trick,” then head to the streamer to check out the Season 4 debut.

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); 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).

Jack Thomas (Regular ShowDragons: 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: Peacock

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Debbie Diamond Sarto is news editor at Animation World Network.