For executive producers Chad Quandt and Aaron Waltke, the third and final series, now available on Netflix, sadly concludes their work on the ambitious science fantasy that began life as a live-action feature project almost a decade ago.
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The Oscar-winning director and DreamWorks reveal they’re now in production on a new film, set in the ‘Trollhunters’ world, premiering next year on Netflix.
The battle for the fate of existence begins in the final chapter of the eight-time Emmy Award-winning ‘Tales of Arcadia’ trilogy, debuting August 7 on Netflix.
13 new episodes now available from Guillermo Del Toro’s Emmy Award-winning series, the second chapter in his ‘Tales of Arcadia’ trilogy.
Continuing the adventures of Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Tales of Arcadia’ trilogy, ‘3Below’ follows two royal teenage aliens heroes on the run from intergalactic bounty hunters.
The second chapter in DreamWorks Animation Television’s ‘Tales of Arcadia trilogy’ premieres on Netflix on December 21.
New teaser and images arrive for the second chapter in DreamWorks Animation’s ‘Tales of Arcadia trilogy’ premiering on Netflix on December 21.
Series wraps up the first chapter in Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Tales of Arcadia’ trilogy, with ‘DreamWorks 3 Below’ to continue the saga later this year.
‘Trolls: The Beat Goes On!’ and reimagining of 1980s classic ‘She-Ra’ among the new series coming in the new year.
Netflix original series DreamWorks ‘Trollhunters’ is first installment of three-part epic from DreamWorks Animation Television.
Modern take on the American folk story of the legendary lumberjack and his pet blue ox featuring the voice talents of John Goodman, Kelsey Grammer, Jeff Foxworthy, Mark Hamill and Johnny Orlando arrives in theaters February 3.
Modern take on the American folk story of Paul Bunyan available via Google Play on January 12 and in theaters in limited release beginning February 3.
DreamWorks Animation and Netflix bring two new highly-anticipated animated series to New York Comic Con 2016.
New trailer for Warner Bros.’ forthcoming animated feature co-directed by Nicholas Stoller and Doug Sweetland features the song ‘Kiss the Sky’ by Jason Derulo.