Buckle up as the Spy Racers set out on one last mission; all-new Season 6 episodes of the popular animated show, based on the live-action ‘Fast & Furious’ franchise, hit Netflix December 17.
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Season 5 of the action-packed animated series follows the Spy Racers speeding to yet another perilous mission, this time to the South Pacific; get a glimpse of the latest episodes, now streaming on Netflix.
For series co-creator Tim Hedrick, underwater missions, spy plane dogfights, and AI cars created from someone’s mind are just a few of the wild rides viewers will enjoy on the new season of DreamWorks Animation’s Annie Award-nominated CG series, premiering today on Netflix.
This season, the action-packed animated adventure series follows the crew on a world saving mission in the South Pacific; all-new episodes stream on Netflix August 13.
The husband-and-wife team move from orchestra to rock, electronic, and hip-hop as they score the hit DreamWorks Animation series, working to ensure the music sounds similar, but not the same, as the huge ‘Fast & Furious’ feature film franchise that started it all.
The action-packed animated series follows the Spy Racers speeding to yet another perilous mission; get a glimpse of the new season with two white knuckle clips from the show.
Smoking wheels and burning rubber barely scratch the visual effects surface of DreamWorks Animation and Netflix’s high-horsepower street racing thriller, nominated for a Best FX for TV/Media Annie Award for the third season ‘Sirocco Fire Explosion’ finale.
Based on Universal’s live-action ‘Fast & Furious’ franchise, the Netflix Original Series journeys on a perilous mission to Mexico City when it returns with all new episodes April 16.
Based on the live-action ‘Fast & Furious’ franchise, the Netflix Original Series journeys to the Sahara when it returns with all new episodes December 26.
Launching today on Netflix, DreamWorks Animation's new season of the family-friendly animated action adventure heads to South America, bringing the same car-racing thrills as Gary Scott Thompson and Universal's hugely popular live-action movie franchise, without the same level of danger and violence.
New Netflix original series, based on Universal’s multi-billion dollar ‘Fast & Furious’ film franchise, will debut this coming December 26.
Series based on Universal’s long-running live-action auto-action series part of an expansion of the studio’s deal with the streaming service.