Netflix To Launch 13 Episodes of ‘Dragons: Race to the Edge’ in June

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Hiccup and Toothless will return in June for 13 episodes of a new series of DreamWorks Dragons on Netflix.

DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge will follow Hiccup and Toothless beyond the borders of Berk, guided and imperiled by a powerful artifact called the Dragon Eye. Here’s a first look at the opening credits:

Providing a narrative bridge between DreamWorks’ How to Train Your Dragon and its sequel, DreamWorks Dragons first premiered on Cartoon Network in 2012 and launched a second season in 2013. The show’s move to Netflix was announced in 2014.

“We are happy to be adding Dragons to our growing slate of original series for kids,” Netflix vp of original content Cindy Holland said at the time. “This is one of DreamWorks Animation’s most beloved set of characters and we know that kids and families will be enjoying them for years to come.”

All 13 episodes of DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge will premiere worldwide on Netflix on June 26.


  • Toonio

    Gotta catch ‘em all…. However DW still lacks the marketing muscle to cash in on their IPs, so what is this good for?

    • NamelessDrake

      Building said muscle?

    • Ben

      being a quality and enjoyable show?

    • StumbleReel

      …entertainment?

  • Gordon

    This is probably the best show based on a movie i’ve seen. It really feels like a continuation of the movies. Unlike the other DWA shows which tended to feel like fan fiction.

    • Ben

      I enjoyed Kung Fu Panda (That’s some seriosuly amazing fight coreography for a tv cartoon), but yeah you’re right. It deffenitly feels pretty disconected from the movies. HTTYD’s show is legit good adventure show.

  • U wot m8

    HTTYD 2 still should have won the oscar.. just sayin.. I was really hoping for kaguya but lets be honest.. we all knew it wasn’t gonna win..